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How to watch 2021/22 A-League finals live in Australia

The A-League moves into the finals and here's how to watch every game.

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The 45th season of top-flight football in Australia got underway on Friday 19 November, with reigning champions Melbourne City kicking things off at home against the Brisbane Roar. 12 teams are once again competing in the nation's premier competition.

City will be a hot favourite to defend their title. A-League coach of the year Patrick Kisnorbo will again lead City, with 3-time Golden Boot winner Jamie Maclaren guiding the team upfront again. This time around, the Australian competition has a new broadcaster.

A-League finals schedule

Date Match Kick-off (AEST) Watch
Saturday, May 28 Melbourne City vs Western United 7:45 PM Paramount+, 10, 10 Play

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When are the 2021/22 A-League finals?

The 2021/22 A-League season began on Friday 19 November. The competition runs through until May when the finals series will commence. The elimination finals begin on Saturday 14 May, with the semi-finals starting on Tuesday 17 May. The semi-finals will be done in 2 legs, with each team having a home and away game. The A-League grand final is then set for 28 May.

How to watch the A-League finals live

Broadcasting rights for the A-League are with ViacomCBS, owner of Channel 10 and streaming service Paramount Plus, which was launched in August 2021.

During the regular season, Channel 10 broadcast an A-League match every Saturday night at 7:30pm AEST. All free-to-air matches were simulcast on the 10 play streaming platform. Every single match of the A-League is live and on demand on Paramount Plus.

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Watch the A-League finals on free-to-air TV

After both Channel 10 and 10 play showing 1 live match a week on Saturday nights during the season, you will also be able to watch the A-League finals on free-to-air as well. The A-League finals will screen across the 10 Network, with games on either the main channel or 10 Bold as well as 10 play. That might be okay for the casual A-League observer, but to watch your team every week or make sure you don't have to miss anything, you need a subscription to Paramount Plus.

Stream the A-League finals on Paramount Plus

Paramount Plus costs $8.99 a month or $89.99 for a discounted annual pass. It has a 7-day free trial for new users.

Aside from being able to watch the A-League men's and women's competitions, for football fans Paramount Plus also screens some Socceroos and Matildas matches and England's FA Cup.

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    RobynFebruary 22, 2022

    We are a soccer mad family but can’t live stream anything because of extremely unreliable inet speed and connection so where are we to watch it now. 100s of thousands of Australians are the same. What is going to be done about this situation

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