The start of the AFL Footy season is looming ever closer and we will get our first taste of our favourite clubs in the new AFLX format starting on the 15th of February and running over 3 days. Many questions have been asked about this new faster format; we will find out how it plays out and if this a new fan favourite for the pre-season.
Tonight we will see a round robin tournament between Port Adelaide, Adelaide, Collingwood, West Coast and Geelong.
For more details on this format head to the AFLX Rules.
The tournament will be broadcast live through the AFL App, check it out from Thursday 15th of February at 6:30PM EDT. If you haven’t checked out the App yet, you can download on our AFL App page.
Check out the broadcast guide for times and options to watch all the action.
In addition to AFLX, the AFLW league continues this weekend, starting on Friday with Carlton and Collingwood. Every game will be streamed live through the AFLW App, which also gives you access to live scores and stats, news, player profiles, social media updates plus information on the rules, skills and venues involved. Live video will be data free on the Telstra mobile network.
The App is available for download on iOS and Android devices now from our AFL App page.
The broadcast guide has full details on how you can watch all AFLW games.
AFL Season Kick-Off
Of course, we have the AFL Season starting from the 22nd of March. We will have every game of the 2018 season live and data free through the AFL Live Official App. Download on your compatible device now to get ready for the new season.
Free Live Pass for Telstra Customers
If you’re a Telstra mobile customer, you can redeem a free live pass from your compatible device now. The steps to set-up and answer any questions you have are available in our 2018 Live Pass FAQ.
Need more information?
Anything that’s not answered above, we can help you with, just head over the AFL Board and we would love to help you out.
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