Where to watch the A-League Grand Final online in Australia
The football competition just wrapped up its 2017/18 season, but fans are already looking forward to more action starting October.
Football enthusiasts enjoyed a memorable A-league season, marked by adrenaline-pumping moments. During the regular season Sydney FC won the premiership by 14 points. Then Melbourne Victory emerged as the Hyundai A-League champions for 2017/2018 after beating the Newcastle Jets in an epic grand final.
With the competition currently on hiatus, we’re looking ahead to the new season and gearing up for another exhilarating campaign. The 2018/19 season will debut on 19 October and conclude in April of next year. As for the grand final, it will take place in May 2019.
How to watch the A-League Grand Final
Games during the Hyundai A-League season are broadcast by both Network Ten and Fox Sports. While Ten delivers one live Saturday night game a week, Fox Sports broadcasts them all. The grand final is available on both Fox Sports and Network Ten live.
If you plan to watch with Foxtel, you will need the Sport pack. This also gives you access to the Foxtel app, which allows you to stream matches live to your mobile device if you’re out and about during a game. The app is free with your subscription.
A-League fans can also tune in with Foxtel Now. The streaming platform comes with no contracts, so you can cancel your subscription anytime. To watch the A-League you need the Sport pack, priced at $29/month. You’ll also need to get a starter pack to be able to add a premium Sport pack to your subscription. Pick between Pop, Drama, Docos, Kids and Lifestyle, with prices starting at $10/month. Consequently, you’ll pay at least $39/month to watch A-League games with Foxtel Now.
The streaming platform works with computers, smartphones, tablets, PS4, Foxtel Now box, Telstra TV, Chromecast and AirPlay. A 10-day free trial is available for new clients.
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