The 2023 WAFL season will be played between Friday, April 7 and Sunday, September 24 when it concludes with the grand final. Here is your guide to watching every game on TV, or live streaming state league Aussie Rules online.
The 2022 saw West Perth ultimately winning the minor premiership ahead of East Fremantle and Claremont, before winning the grand final by 12 points over the Tigers at Leederville Oval in front of almost 17,000 people.
The competition once again features ten teams, with five matches to be played during most rounds.
Most matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday throughout the competition, although specific public holidays will feature matches on other days.
How to watch the WAFL on TV in Australia
One match per week in the WAFL will be available on free to air TV through Channel 7. This broadcast will be restricted to people living in Western Australia.
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 games may be broadcast 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 WAFL online
The game which is available on Channel 7 will be able to be live streamed on 7Plus, which is Channel 7's streaming service. This is free to join with a valid email address.
The remaining games will be available to be live streamed through the AFL's digital platforms. This is available for free to viewers via the AFL Live Official App or AFL On Demand service.
How to watch WAFL this week
All times listed below are AWST.
Sunday, September 24
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