How to live stream the Perth Glory vs Sydney FC A-League grand final
On May 19, the A-League Grand Final will be decided. It's Perth Glory vs Sydney FC and you can live stream the entire game to any device via Foxtel or Kayo Sports for free.
After 27 rounds and a finals series, the Hyundai A-League season is drawing to a close. All that's left is Perth Glory vs Sydney FC in the A-League Grand Final on May 19.
The road to the A-League Grand Final has been full of high drama. Despite only losing three games all season, Perth Glory needed extra time and penalties to beat Adelaide United in the semi-final. Meanwhile, Sydney FC made light work of Melbourne Victory with a 6-1 drubbing to seal its place in the A-League Grand Final.
The Glory are aiming to be A-League champions for the first time while Sydney FC could win their fourth title this weekend. In this article we'll detail the best way to live stream the A-League Grand Final, and also how you can do it for free.
When does the A-League Grand Final start?
As Perth Glory are the home team for the A-League Grand Final, the action is kicking off in Western Australia. This makes for a slightly awkward starting time and one that requires a little bit of thought for you to get it right when living elsewhere in Australia. The action kicks off on Sunday 19 May at 4:30pm AWST (6:30pm AEST). However, the helpful table below should make it nice and easy. The two main streaming options - Foxtel and Kayo Sports, which are compared below - also offer an hour of pre-game and a hour of post-game commentary, as well as running previous grand final replays all day ahead of the Perth vs Sydney main event.
|A-League Grand Final||Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Hobart, Brisbane||Adelaide, Darwin||Perth||New Zealand|
|Perth Glory vs Sydney FC||6:30pm||6:00pm||4:30pm||8:30pm|
How to the A-League Grand Final live
The Perth Glory vs Sydney FC Hyundai A-League Grand Final will be broadcast on FOX SPORTS 505 through Foxtel and Kayo Sports, and on free-to-air via 10 Bold.
If you are at home watching on your TV, then 10 Bold is obviously your easiest and cheapest option, but it's not your best option. Especially if you don't happen to have access to terrestrial channels on May 19 or need to catch a replay at a later time on-demand. Instead that would be the all new live sports streaming service Kayo Sports.
Kayo Sports is available on iOS, Android, Mac and PC, or on your TV via Android TV, Telstra TV, Apple TV and ChromeCast. Kayo Sports stands out through its unique viewing features. It offers SplitView (watch four channels at once), a picture-in-picture mode, key moments timeline, hide scores, full HD broadcasts, game-day hub and more. Plus it provides access to the 14 best channels, and all 50+ of their live sports, from Foxtel's premium Sports Pack. It does this for $25 per month, making it significantly cheaper than the Foxtel Now alternative if all you want is sport.
Head across to our detailed Kayo Sports review to get the full analysis.
The good news is Kayo Sports has a 14-day free trial, which is easy to access and cancel, that you can activate right now. This gives you a chance to test out the service during the A-League Grand Final to see what you think. You'll also be able to watch a replay of the FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Watford (via ESPN), and the English Football League play-off between Aston Villa and Derby on the following weekend, too.
Can you live stream the A-League Grand Final for free?
Yes you can. By making use of the Kayo Sports 14-day free trial, or the Foxtel Now 10-day free trial, you can get instant access to a live broadcast of the A-League Grand Final. You'll also be able to explore over 50 other sports and - in the case of Kayo - its unique viewing features over the course of the next two weeks without paying a cent.