The AFL Grand Final will take place on Saturday, September 30 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground between the Collingwood Magpies and Brisbane Lions. Here's Zero Hanger's guide to live streaming the match or watching the season decider on TV.
The game will be held at the MCG, with the first bounce scheduled for 2:30pm (AEST). Pre-match coverage on Channel 7 and 7HD to commence at 7:00am (AEST).
Grand Final entertainment will begin from 1:36pm (AEST), with Mike Brady and KISS performing pre-game.
What is the AFL Grand Final?
Following a 23-game home and away season and the opening month of AFL Finals series, Collingwood and Brisbane are the last two remaining clubs.
Collingwood won the minor premiership in a strong campaign, holding top spot on the ladder for the last nine rounds of the season before defeating Melbourne and GW in the qualifying and preliminary finals respectively.
The Lions were unbeaten in four games when they faced Port Adelaide in the opening week of the finals. Chris Fagan's side defeated the Power before progressing to the grand final after a win over Carlton.
Collingwood are seen as the favourites heading into the grand final, however the match is tipped to be a close encounter.
How to watch the AFL Grand Final on TV
You can also watch the AFL Grand Final live on Channel 7 and 7HD from 2:00pm (AEST) on Saturday, September 30.
Channel 7 can be found at Channel 70 in high definition, 71 in standard definition, or Channel 107 if watching through a Foxtel service.
Pre-match coverage starts from 7:00am (AEST).
How to live stream the AFL Grand Final
You will be able to view the AFL Grand Final on Telstra TV, Samsung Tizen (2016 and later), Fetch TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and 5, Android TV / Google TV and LG TV.
You will not be able to stream the grand final on a mobile, tablet or computer.
What happens if the AFL Grand Final is a draw?
Should the score of both teams be level at the end of the final quarter, both goal umpires will confirm their scores are identical before moving the match into extra time after a six-minute break.
Both teams will then have two three-minute halves, changing ends at the conclusion of the first three-minute half.
Should scores remain level, a further two three-minute halves will be added until a winner is found.