Posted September 24, 2019 10:48:31If you’re going to a new home for the first time, you’re probably going to want to make sure you’ve got a plan.
The ABC has got you covered, with a complete guide to the 2018 AFL Grand Final and the 2018 NAB AFL Women’s State of Origin Series.
The game starts at 8:30pm AEST on Saturday, September 24 and you can watch it live on ABC TV, the ABC app, on ABC Radio, on the ABC News website and via the ABC’s mobile app.
But there’s more to it than that.
The AFL grand final is one of the biggest events in Australian sport, with more than 50,000 fans on the ground.
It’s also one of those occasions that you want to take a break, as it can feel like a marathon or a sprint.
And the Grand Final is where you’ll find a few extra opportunities to spend some quality time.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2018 Grand Final.
Here are the best places to watch it:Where can I watch the AFL Grand final live on the day of the Grand Finals?
There are two ways to watch live the Grand Preliminary Final on the AFL Network.
If you live in Sydney or Melbourne, the AFL has an AFL Network subscription.
It’ll cost you $19.99 per month.
Alternatively, you can download the AFL app on your smartphone, or the AFL mobile app for iOS or Android, and watch the Grand Tournament live on any of those platforms.
If not, you’ll be able to catch the GrandFinal live on TV or on the app on any compatible mobile device.
What time will the MCM be?8:30 p.m.AEST (8:00pm AEDT)On Saturday, the MCMs live stream will be available on all of the ABC platforms.
The live stream starts at 7:00 p.am AEST.
If I’m not in Sydney, can I still watch the game on the other platforms?
Yes, you could still watch live on both the ABC TV and the ABC apps.
But if you’re not in NSW or Victoria, you won’t be able watch the match on either of the platforms.
What’s happening on the MCGs live stream?
The MCGs livestream will include live updates from the players, coaches, broadcasters, broadcasters’ assistants and media.
But it’s also important to note the MCMG will only be available for a limited time.
You can catch up with the MCGM live on your own television, or watch the broadcast on any platform you want.
How do I find out more about the MCGA?
The Grand Final Grand Preliminaries are live on Sportsnet.ABC TV and all ABC digital platforms are available to watch at no additional charge.
For more information on the 2018 MCG, you should call the MCGC on 1300 737 726.
To find out where to watch in Sydney and Melbourne, visit the MCGO website.
To get the latest MCG news, download the MCGP news app.
If your television provider doesn’t offer a live stream, you might be able do so on their mobile app or through the ABC Radio app.
For a complete list of live streaming platforms, download our app.
You should also follow @AFL on Twitter and Instagram.
Do I need a ticket to watch on the weekend?
If you are attending the MCF, it’s likely you’ll need a Ticketmaster ticket to access the Grand Prix and other games.
You’ll need to purchase your ticket online.
If no tickets are available, you may be able get a limited-time free ticket to the MCGrand Final for up to four people for the day, including yourself and your family.
You may need to pay a $75 processing fee.
If there is no ticket, you will need to buy a special ticket for up the weekend.
To purchase a ticket for the MC Grand Final, call the Grand Opening Station at 1300 737 737.
If the MCMC is not available to stream, your only option is to watch from home.
You will need a free membership to access all the Grand Finales live on an iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry, Windows phone or Windows PC.
Do the MCGT finals get postponed or cancelled?
If the Grand Grand Final finals get cancelled, they will be rescheduled for later in the day.
If they are reschedulnged, it is not known whether they will occur in the same venue.
You are also not guaranteed to be able see the finals.
If that happens, you are advised to book your tickets as early as possible.