2019 Brownlow Medal
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 23: Nat Fyfe of the Dockers is seen after winning the Brownlow Medal during the 2019 Brownlow Medal Count at Crown Palladium on September 23, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

The 2023 Brownlow Medal is upon us, with this season's best-performing player set to be recognised at Melbourne's Crown Palladium on Monday evening.

The AFL has announced the 2023 count will commence at 8:05 PM AEST on Monday, 25 September, broadcast live on the Seven Network.

Red carpet arrivals are scheduled to begin at 5.15 PM AEST.

How to live stream the 2023 Brownlow Medal:

The 2023 Brownlow Medal will be broadcast live and free in Australia on Channel 7 and 7mate, and will be live-streamed on 7Plus from 7.30 PM AEST.

The count will also be live-streamed on the AFL Live Official App from 8 PM AEST.

To watch the count from overseas, sign up for watchafl.com.au.

All approximate key broadcast timings are as follows:

Seven Broadcast of the red carpet commences 7.30pm
2023 Charles Brownlow Medal live vote count broadcast to commence 8.05pm
Jim Stynes Community Award announcement 8.40pm
Four'N Twenty Mark of The Year and rebel Goal of the Year 9.05pm
2023 Charles Brownlow Medal winner announcement 10.45pm