You can watch the first week of the AFL premiership on Saturday, and then play the final three rounds on Sunday with a full AFL schedule.

Here are our tips on how to watch on Saturday:When to watch:When the AFL finals is on TV:When it’s on Sky:When there’s a full schedule:Where to watch it:AFL premiership:What to watch:-Saturday:The finals will be shown live on ABC, with the ABC’s pre-season schedule starting at 8:00pm.ABC has an exclusive broadcast on Saturday with all the action from a packed Sydney Oval.-Sunday:The Grand Final will be on ABC and Seven, with Sky’s pre‑season schedule beginning at 8pm.

The final will be played at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.-Monday:The season finale will be broadcast on ABC on Monday, followed by Seven on Tuesday.ABC and Seven will also broadcast a live stream of the Grand Final.

If you can’t watch the finals on TV, there’s always ABC Sports on demand.

To watch the final in full on ABC Sports, you’ll need to be on a pay TV plan.

You can watch AFL games on ABC TV, Channel Nine, SBS, Telstra, Optus, iiNet, Foxtel and other platforms.

We recommend you sign up to a pay-TV service for ABC Sport or ABC TV to stream the finals live, so you can get the most out of the live action.

How to watch ABC games:Follow our live blog to get the best information about the AFL on your screen.

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