The AFLW Grand Final will take place on Sunday, November 27 at Brighton Homes Arena between the Brisbane Lions and Melbourne Demons. 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 Brighton Homes Arena in Springfield, Queensland, with the first bounce scheduled for 2:40pm (AEDT).
Australian singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem will perform as the pre-match entertainment.
What is the AFLW Grand Final?
Brisbane have won the grand final once before, defeating Adelaide, who have won the most grand finals in league history with three, in 2021.
Melbourne are yet to win their first AFLW grand final, however featured in the season six decider earlier this year, which saw the Crows win by 13 points.
Both Brisbane and Melbourne lost just the one game this year each, with the Lions narrowly claiming the minor premiership thanks to a minuscule percentage buffer.
How to watch the AFLW Grand Final on TV
You can watch the AFLW Grand Final live on Channel 7 and Fox Footy on Sunday, November 27.
Channel 7 can be found at Channel 70 in high definition, 71 in standard definition, or Channel 107 if watching through a Foxtel service.
Fox Footy can be found on Channel 504 with your Foxtel service.
Channel 7's pre-game broadcast will commence at 1:30pm (AEDT), while Fox Footy's coverage begins at 2:00pm (AEDT)
How to live stream the AFLW Grand Final
You should 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.
What happens if the AFLW Grand Final is a draw?
Drawn matches will enter additional time, which will follow a 6-minute and 30-second break following the final siren.
The league has noted that no break will be permitted for coaches or club officials to enter the playing arena, while starting position warnings will reset for additional time.
- Six-minute and 30 second break.
- Additional Time period of two x three-minute halves (plus time on) will be played as required, until a result is determined.
2. There is a six minute and 30 second break;
3. Teams change ends;
4. Three minutes of Additional Time shall be played, plus time-on;
5. At the end of the first Additional Time period, the siren will sound and teams will immediately change ends without a break;
6. The ball will be thrown up in the centre and a further three minutes of play (plus time-on) will commence;
7. At the conclusion of this period, the siren will sound and the team with the highest score is declared the winner;
8. If scores are still tied, steps three - eight are repeated until a result is determined.