September 24, 2022 By Vaseline

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Although the Cats and Swans (as South Melbourne) were founding members of the team of eight

You can also tune into ABC Sport’s live radio call through the AFL website or follow the action on our live blog.

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Can I Stream the AFL Grand Final?

This year you can man Keith and William Barton.

Who Plays in the AFL Grand Finals?

For the first time in VFL/AFL history, Geelong and Sydney meet in the deciding game of the season.

Who Plays in the AFL Grand Finals?

For the first time in a preliminary round against the Magpies inter.

It is available on a number of different platforms including the Watch AFL site on desktop as well as iOS and

Although the Cats and Swans (as South Melbourne) were founding members of the team of eight

You can also tune into ABC Sport’s live radio call through the AFL website or follow the action on our live blog.

Traveling outside of Australia while the AFL Grand Final is on? Don’t want to miss seeing the Geelong Cats and Sydney Swans battle for the flag? Don’t stress – we’ve got all the info you need to follow the AFL Grand Final from outside Australia.

The 2022

The two biggest AFL clubs of the last 20 years meet in a Grand Final for the first time as Geelong take on Sydney for the right to be named Premier 2022.

Living outside of Australia while the AFL Grand Final is on? Don’t want to miss seeing the Geelong Cats and Sydney Swans battle for the flag? Don’t stress – we’ve got all the info you need to follow the AFL Grand Final from outside Australia.

The 2022 big dance between the cats and swans begins at 2:30pm (AEST) on Saturday 24 September. That is 4:30 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time or the following times in these major world cities:

Geelong meets Sydney in the 2022 AFL Grand Final.

For the first time since 2017, both qualifying final winners clinched victory in their domestic pre-finals, with the Cats defeating Brisbane and the Swans Collingwood.

And although the Cats and Swans were original VFL clubs dating back to 1897, this will be their first Grand Final encounter.

The 2022 AFL premiere will be crowned at the MCG on Saturday September 24 when Geelong takes on Sydney in the Grand Final.

One of the biggest days on the Australian sporting calendar brings with it one of the biggest television viewers.

The two biggest AFL clubs of the last 20 years meet in a Grand Final for the first time as Geelong take on Sydney for the right to be named Premier 2022.

Although the Cats and Swans (as South Melbourne) were founding members of the eight-team VFL in 1897, this is the first time they have met in the Premier League decider.

Since 2005 they have shared five of the 17 prime ministerial posts on offer and no team has reached the finals more often – Geelong has missed out on the eight just twice and Sydney three times.

This marks a return to the traditional afternoon time slot after two seasons of grand finals at night and dusk outside of Victoria.

How can I watch the AFL Grand Finals?

The game will be televised live nationwide on Channel Seven.

You can also tune into ABC Sport’s live radio call through the AFL website or follow the action on our live blog.

Can I Stream the AFL Grand Final?

This year, you can stream the grand finale live with the 7plus app on select TV, set-top box and gaming console devices.

However, you cannot stream from a mobile phone, tablet or computer.

Who will perform the grand finale entertainment?

Robbie Williams was announced as the AFL’s headlining act earlier this year and Chief Executive Gillon McLachlan announced yesterday that Delta Goodrem would be joining him as a special guest.

Many Australians will join the bill for both the pre-match and halftime shows including G Flip, Mike Brady, The Temper Trap, Katie Noonan, Goanna, Christine Anu, Emma Donovan, Tasman Keith and William Barton.

Who Plays in the AFL Grand Finals?

For the first time in VFL/AFL history, Geelong and Sydney meet in the deciding game of the season.

The Cats ended up at the top of the rankings after both home and away seasons and reached the Grand Final with a thrilling win over Collingwood in a Qualifying Final and a comfortable win over Brisbane in the Pre-Finals.

The Swans finished third, beating reigning champions Melbourne in their qualifying final and the Magpies in a preliminary round.

Geelong hopes to win their first flag since 2011 and Sydney their first since 2012.

How to live stream the AFL grand final abroad

The best way to watch an international live stream of the AFL Grand Finals is through the Watch AFL service. This way you can watch the Grand Final, as well as all other AFL games, anywhere in the world – except Australia of course! Subscription also gives you access to the 24/7 Fox Footy channel and the ability to pause, rewind and download games of your choice.

It’s available on a number of different platforms, including the Watch AFL website on desktop, as well as iOS and Android apps for your tablet or mobile phone.

Currently, a Watch AFL Grand Final Pass will set you back 40 AUD, although there are several other subscription options if you want access to more games. The Grand Final Pass gives you instant access to the service one month (30 days) after signing up.

Make sure Watch AFL is available in your region before subscribing.

How to Watch AFL Finals Abroad on TV

The AFL has a number of international broadcast partners who are expected to broadcast the grand final live including ABC Australia in the Pacific, BT Sport in the UK, Sky Television in New Zealand and Fox Sports in the US.

Check your local guides to see if and when a channel is covering the big game. Alternatively, a local pub or sports bar is usually a safe option, especially if it’s Aussie. However, it’s always best to check with them beforehand to make sure they’re actually showing the grand finale.

If you’re still out of options or just want some extra big final coverage, The Roar will be live blogging and commenting on all the action, plus the best analysis, news and reaction from the 2022 decision from 2pm (AEST).