How to watch Fremantle Dockers vs Port Adelaide AFL live and free

Posted: 21 June 2020 11:12 am

Ladder leaders Port Adelaide meet winless Fremantle in an AFL clash on the Gold Coast. This is how to watch Fremantle vs Port live.

Fremantle vs Port Adelaide has a different reward on the line for the respective teams. For the Dockers, it is a chance to open their account after dropping their opening two matches.

Port Adelaide, meanwhile, have opened the season in style. Heavy wins over the Suns and Crows have them atop the ladder early in the new campaign.

When is Fremantle vs Port Adelaide?

The opening bounce is at 8:10pm AEST on Sunday 21 June at Gold Coast's Metricon Stadium. It was originally pencilled in for a 6:10pm, but was rescheduled after Essendon vs Melbourne was postponed after a player tested positive to coronavirus.

How to watch Fremantle vs Port Adelaide

Channel 7 and Foxtel share the rights to broadcast AFL matches in Australia and it varies from state to state. You can see a full breakdown of the 2020 AFL broadcast schedule here.

Some matches, like Collingwood vs St Kilda and Geelong vs Carlton, are only available with a subscription service. While Fremantle vs Port Adelaide is on free-to-air in Western Australia and South Australia, it is only on Fox Footy in the rest of the country.

That means Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports are your only viewing options nationwide for this showdown. For access to every game in every round live, you need Foxtel or Kayo Sports. There is also the AFL Live app you can use across the season, plus Watch AFL if you are overseas. We have a full guide to the AFL season here.

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Stream Fremantle vs Port Adelaide on Kayo Sports

Anyone wanting to watch this match will need a subscription service and the best choice is Kayo Sports. Firstly, new customers can watch Fremantle vs Port Adelaide for zero cost thanks to Kayo's current 14-day trial. Kayo is the cheapest way to get Fox Sports without Foxtel.

After the free trial, a Basic subscription is $25/month to watch on two screens at once or $35/month for a third screen. You can check it all out in our Kayo Sports review.

Kayo also has a wide range of special features to add to your viewing experience. SplitView lets you watch up to four sports at once on the same screen. For example, in round three you could watch Essendon vs Carlton and Fremantle vs Gold Coast live at the same time on SplitView. Both of those matches get underway at 7:40pm AEST on Saturday 27 June.


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Who will win Fremantle Dockers vs Port Adelaide?

Port Adelaide could barely have made a more impressive start to 2020, albeit against Gold Coast and Adelaide. Neither of those teams nor the Dockers are expected to produce deep play-off runs in 2020.

Yet Fremantle were competitive against the Brisbane Lions last week and will be keen to open their account against the Power. A Dockers win wouldn't be a shock, but we'll lean towards Port making it three from three so far this season.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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