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Changes Coming to AFL Coverage This Week

News has begun to leak out on the future of Fox Soccer Plus (FSP) and programming carried by it, including Aussie rules football. We caution everyone that what follows is uncertain, not confirmed by any official source at Fox or the AFL, but based on information we have gleaned from multiple sources and web sites. We will update this story as more information becomes available. Updated 8/13/13 with more recent info on the schedule on FUEL/FS2; updated 8/14/13 with more on FS2 availability. This post is about US coverage only and no impact is expected to Canadian coverage. Updated 8/28/13 with confirmation of some details from FOX via the AFL. 

Beginning tomorrow (8/13/13), AFL programs will begin appearing again on FUEL later this week.. On Saturday morning (8/17/13), FUEL will become Fox Sports 2 (FS2). This weekend live AFL coverage, not just repeats, are expected to begin on FUEL / FS2. We are working to add the schedule we've obtained to our web site TV page. Be patient, there is much to do, and we will get it fully updated over the next few days. (As of 8/13/13, we have added all of the FS2 coverage we are aware of but further updates are expected.) At this time, we do not know if it will continue on FSP in parallel to FS2 or disappear from FSP at some point. Initial indications are that FS2 will carry a limited AFL schedule and FSP will continue. We do not know if it will affect Grand Final coverage but we are confident we will have live Grand Final coverage on FSP or FS2 or both. Update: As of 8/28/13, we have the following from FOX via the AFL, in part:

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Television Info - Aussie Rules TV Coverage for North in 2020

Australian Rules Football Television Coverage in 2021

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9/29/21) We thank fans for their support as we wrap up our 26th season. We appreciate your on-going donations and use of our WatchAFL links which are a major source of financial support. WatchAFL 12-month subscriptions are US$165. Please use our subscription link at the bottom left of this page. If you go to WatchAFL via any other site or directly in your browser, we may not get credit for the referral. We will continue to update our TV and radio pages with any "off-season" events and repeats as we get them. 

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This page will give you the basic facts you need to know about TV Coverage in the USA, Canada, and Mexico in 2021 and is expected to be largely unchanged from late 2020. Information will be updated as necessary throughout the 20121season. Coverage in Canada is unchanged from last year, mostly on TSN2 and occasionally other TSN channels.

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