The 2023 SANFL season will be played between Friday, March 31 and Sunday, September 24, when it concludes with the SANFL Grand Final. Here is your guide to watching every game on TV, or live streaming state league Australian Rules football online.
Norwood claimed the SANFL premiership in 2022, defeating North Adelaide by one point last year.
Most rounds of the SANFL season will see five matches played. Each round's matches are generally split across Saturdays and Sundays, with occasional matches on Friday night, although there can be differences from time to time.
Under the terms of the SANFL TV deal, all five game will be available to watch on either TV or live stream online. You can scroll down to the bottom of this article to see which games are coming up this weekend.
How to watch the SANFL on TV in Australia
Telecast partner Channel 7 will continue to broadcast a Match of the Round weekly - live, and free - on 7 in South Australia, and 7Plus nationally. Fans can catch up from anywhere around the nation on 7plus.
Channel 7 can be found on digital TV at Channel 70 in high definition and 71 in standard definition, while it can be found on Foxtel at Channel 107. Some states may broadcast the game on 7Mate or 7Two, and Zero Hanger suggests checking your local guides to confirm which channel the game will be broadcast on.
How to live stream the SANFL online
If you're looking to live stream the SANFL, then there are a number of options available to you.
All SANFL League games will be available live and on-demand via the new AFL.com streaming service for 2023.
Those games broadcast on Channel 7 will enable you to live stream the match for free through the network's own streaming platform, 7plus. Signing up with a valid account and login details will suffice to live stream matches for free through this platform.
How to watch SANFL this week
Sunday, September 24
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