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AFANA has confirmed that Fox Sports and TSN have both agreed to contract extensions that insure the AFL coverage will remain on those networks through the end of the 2016 season. The previous contact was set to expire after the coming 2014 AFL season. This means that coverage will remain similar this year to that of last season. We do not yet know when coverage will begin. It will start no later than Round 1 in mid-March, however some coverage of the pre-season NAB Challenge series is possible. Once we have those details, we will update this website. For US viewers the primary coverage will remain on Fox Soccer Plus and for Canadian viewers on TSN2. We've are still unsure how much coverage to expect on Fox Sports 2 however we anticipate some coverage there. The amount of that coverage may vary according to the other sports available to FS2 at any given time. (Update 2/25/14: Fox has confirmed we can expect 2 games per week on FS2, usually on delay. TSN in Canada has confirmed we can expect 1 live and 1 delayed game per week in 2014.)

We are also thrilled to tell fans of the most significant change to way we present TV schedules to you since 2006. Our TV schedule system is finally fully data base driven and maintained. This allows us to bring you capabilities we have been unable to with the old page. The web address of the schedules page has not changed so all of your saved links will still work. What you will see now is all of the schedule information in one display and presorted by network. Want it sorted differently? You can do that by simply clicking on the header of the column you prefer. This means you can see all live coverage listed together or all matches sorted by date and time. It's up to you. For our part, maintenance will be significantly improved allowing us to update any particular entry within seconds. At this time the only entries are "dummy" entries so you can see what it will look like and give it a rest run. As soon as we have confirmed (real) schedule information we will add that and remove the dummy listings. 

Article last changed on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - 8:43 PM EST


Hi Rick,

Yes, the pic is me. No, not a Bombers fan. The pic was taken at a Baltimore Orioles baseball game in Camden Yards. I'm a life long Orioles fan. I don't have any at AFL matches down under that (at least so far) I have been able to make into a suitable avatar. I've got some prints to scan in that might yield something useful. All AFANA staff are adding their images to the articles now. We still have a few who haven't completed the process.

Our schedules will list FS2 matches when they are added to the schedule. We do not expect any FS2 coverage in the "pre-season" as the FSP listings are bonus coverage not required by the contact.

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