Obsessed with AFL? Foxtel and Kayo Sports understands, and will bring you every game live before the grand final with no ad-breaks, as well as a free trial so you can check out the action before fully signing on. It all begins the 21st of March with the traditional Carlton v Richmond clash.
AFL fans can breathe easily. There’s no reason to miss a minute of the action thanks to Fox Footy (Kayo Sports/Foxtel), the channel in charge of bringing you all the latest news in the AFL universe.
Subscribers get to see every game of every round LIVE, with no ad-breaks siren to siren. Expert commentators and analysts are ready to take you once again through every mark, every tackle, and every moment of play. Moreover, you’ll get extensive coverage of everything that’s going on behind the scenes, so you can be up-to-date on everything regarding your favourite team.
Must See 2019 AFL TV
The excitement begins with the second edition of AFLX 2019, a fast flowing weekend of T20 style Footy. A fortnight later the preseason warm-up matches commence across 2 weeks (Feb 28 – March 11) with the 2019 AFL JLT Series, before the traditional Carlton v Richmond clash kicks off the official premiership season on the evening of Thursday, March 21, at the MCG.
April brings West Coast vs Fremantle in the season’s first Western Derby (April 13), while in the following round a Good Friday (April 19) double-header will see North Melbourne take on Essendon, and West Coast battle Port Adelaide. Easter Monday (April 22) features a huge modern-era rivalry with the Geelong Cats vs Hawthorn Hawks, and the month finishes with a flurry when Essendon and Collingwood meet in a round six Anzac Day bonanza. May see’s the season’s first Showdown, when the Power take on the Crow, as well as the AFL’s longest standing rivalry, Collingwood vs Carlton (May 11). The action continues into June with another trip to Shanghai China for Port Adelaide when they face St Kilda (June 2), as well as the traditional Queen’s Birthday Bash, when Melbourne take on the Magpies on Monday the 10th. July and August also promise to be a fascinating months, with Showdown 47 (July 6), a Grand Final replay between the Eagles and Magpies (July 12), a Swans vs Giants ‘Sydney Derby’ (August 3), the second QClash (August 10), plus much more as shown in this 2019 AFL TV Guide.
Per broadcasting agreement the AFL on Free to Air will not be available for every round or in all locations. Fox Footy can be accessed through the Foxtel Sports Combo, as well as Australia’s newest live streaming service Kayo Sports which offers two plans.
Stream AFL 2019 LIVE and FREE
While the AFL free to air telecasts are limited to an average of four contests in each premiership round, the Fox Footy channel (Foxtel/Kayo) will provide complete Live coverage with no ad-breaks during play before the grand final. This includes watching the AFL live online with eligible internet connected devices (PC & Mac excluded) using the Foxtel Now sport combo, and replays so you can enjoy the action no matter your schedule.
Alternatively, Kayo Sports have a 14 day trial offering. With the Kayo trial you will have access to the same broadcasts as Fox Footy, and can stream the AFL free and Live using eligible mobile devices. Kayo also have a split-view feature so you can watch up to four Live events at the same time, ensuring you never miss a key moment of the wide range of sport found listed in the Kayo guide. This offer also applies to existing Telstra customers, to get started just visit the website listed below.
Sign up to Kayo’s FREE 14 day trial offer
Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every round from the NRL and AFL, action from the Super Rugby, UFC and V8 Supercars – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.