The following is a brief summary of the coverage situation followed by the TV schedules (scroll down to see them!). For a full overview of the coverage please see our detailed summary of AFL coverage in 2014 at our TV Info page. It has more info than we give on this page. Coverage in 2014 is largely unchanged from late 2013.
Nationwide coverage of Aussie rules in 2014 for US fans will be on Fox Soccer Plus and Fox Sports 2. Fox Soccer Plus (FSP) is the subscription channel counterpart to the former Fox Soccer channel and is a separate channel. (Do not assume that if you received Fox Soccer you also get FSP as they are different). Subscription fees vary by cable company from $5.99 to $14.99 per month and may include other sports channels. Two to four matches (on average, will vary) will air live or tape delayed on FSP each week beginning with the NAB Challenge Week 1 and Round 1 of the AFL season through to the Grand Final. All finals matches will air on FSP. The Grand Final will be live only on FSP. FSP will also air the one hour AFL highlights show each week. Fox Sports 2 is a general coverage sports channel formerly known as Fuel. There is TV coverage of one to two AFL matches each week (live and tape delayed) on Fox Sports 2 and some finals may air on FS2 but not the Grand Final.
Additional coverage for US and Canadian viewers is on Watch AFL (known as AFL-TV last season and now officially Watch AFL Global), a service from Rightster and the AFL. It is an internet service and requires payment. There is live coverage of all 9 matches per round. This is a subscription service for video and fans can sign up here.
For Canadians, TSN2 will have two matches per week, one live plus one delayed most weeks. Highlights shows will be available on TSN.ca only. French language coverage in Canada is on “RDS2” and is delayed one week. The match is one of the TSN2 matches. La couverture dans la langue française pour le Canada est sur “TSN2”. Il est retardé d'une semaine. Le jeu est un des jeux sur “RDS2”.
We have added schedules for Mexico. The network is “Claro Sports”.
Hemos añadido los horarios para México. La red es «Claro Sports».
We have weekly radio listings for the AFL at our AFL Radio page updated weekly.
This web page will have schedules below for all networks each week all season, updated as information becomes available. All times are US EST/EDT. The display below is sorted by network, however by clicking on the appropriate column header (in blue), you can resort the display so that it works best for you. The display shows up to 250 upcoming programs. Programming which has already aired is not shown. If you wish to limit the display to a specific network, use the selection box to the upper left of the listings and click on the network you want to see and then press Submit. The default is "All". WatchAFL is listed first, then FS2, FSP, RDS2, TSN2, and finally Claro Sports.
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