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Grand Final Day Events and Timeline 2014
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The following is the time line for the the Grand Final day events including key times for match and TV related activities. All times are listed first in Australian AEST and then in US EDT. This is based on information from the AFL, AFANA, press reports and past history. This story will be periodically updated with late information. (Revised 9/25/14)

Start Time AEST Start Time US EDT End Time AEST End Time US EDT Event US / Can Network Coverage
7:00 AM 5:00 PM 11:00 AM 9:00 PM AFL Game Day from the MCG (Ch. Seven Australia) Not available in US or Canada. None
10:00 AM 8:00 PM 3AW radio pregame begins. NAB Academy All-Stars match (Australia Under 17s v Allies Under 18s) at the MCG (streamed online).
At half-time of curtain raiser, TAC Cup presentation.
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Grand Final Day Events and Timeline 2013
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The following is the time line for the the Grand Final day events including key times for match and TV related activities. All times are listed first in Australian AEST and then in US EDT. This is based on information from the AFL, AFANA, press reports and past history. This story will be periodically updated with late information. (Revised 9/26/13 We have had major reductions in US coverage.Awaiting word on Canada. See our note here.)

Start Time AEST Start Time US EDT End Time AEST End Time US EDT Event US / Can Network Coverage
7:00 AM 5:00 PM 11:00 AM 9:00 PM AFL Game Day from the MCG (Ch. Seven Australia) Not available in US or Canada. None
10:00 AM 8:00 PM 3AW radio pregame begins. First radio coverage

Grand Final Day Events and Timeline 2012
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The following is the time line for the the Grand Final day events including key times for match and TV related activities.   All times are listed first in Australian AEST and then in US EDT.  This is based on information from the AFL, AFANA, press reports and past history. This story will be periodically updated with late information.  (Revised 9/28/12)

Start Time AEST Start Time US EDT End Time AEST End Time US EDT Event US / Can Network Coverage
7:00 AM 5:00 PM 11:00 AM 9:00 PM Season in Review / Grand Final Day from the MCG (Ch. Seven Australia) Not available in US or Canada. None
11:00 AM 9:00 PM Grand Final Preview (Relayed from Ch. Seven Australia). SEN radio pregame begins. Coverage on FSP begins. Fox Soccer Plus (FSP)

International Rules Television and Radio Coverage
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Television and Radio Coverage of 2011 International Rules Tests

Premium Sports and afl.com.au will be providing television and radio coverage (respectively) of the AFL/GAA 2011 International Rules Series, scheduled for October 28 in Melbourne and November 4 in Gold Coast.

Premium Sports (http://www.premiumsports.tv/) coverage may be seen by subscribing to the feeds on UStream (link removed no longer valid) or Setanta-I (http://www.setantasportsplus.com/).  There is no coverage on ESPN in the US or TSN in Canada.  Coverage will begin at 4:30 AM US EDT for the first match and 4:30 AM US EST for the second.  We will update this if it changes.

The cost for the tests is $19.99 each. 

Radio coverage may be heard per usual through afl.com.au.  Further information is available on our AFL Radio page.

Grand Final Day Events and Timeline 2011
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The following is the time line for the the Grand Final day events including key times for match and TV related activities.   All times are listed first in Australian AEST and then in US EDT.  This is based on information from the AFL, AFANA, press reports and past history. This story will be periodically updated with late information.  Click on "read more" to see the entire table of events.


Start Time AEST Start Time US EDT End Time AEST End Time US EDT Event US / Can Network Coverage
10:00 AM 8:00 PM 12:30 PM 10:30 PM Season in Review / Grand Final Day from the MCG (Relayed from Ch. Ten Australia) 3AW radio pregame begins ESPN3.com (TV Internet only at this time)

New Radio Broadcast Deal for Australia Revealed
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by Johnson Leung, reporting for AFANA from Melbourne

Internet Radio Service to Remain Free

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is the big loser in the new capital city radio rights deal with the AFL, which sees the public broadcaster's coverage not only restricted further, but also facing increasing competition on Sundays over the next two years.

AFL Chief Operating Officer Gillon McLachlan said the current radio rights

Featured AFL Matches on Radio This Week
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