Fox Sports has added a new and improved digital platform for the AFL Grand Final coverage, which will be available to stream on the Fox Sports app and FoxSports.com from this Saturday.
The new platform, dubbed FoxSports1.1, will provide live streaming of all games from the Grand Final to a dedicated app, which is available to download from the app store or the FoxSports app.
“Fox Sports 1.1 is the most complete platform for live football from the AFL in the world, including access to live scores, exclusive live interviews, live streams of the Grand Finals and more,” said Steve Hirsch, chief executive of Fox Sports.
“With a wealth of live games, the app will be able to deliver all the live content and content updates we’ve been missing from Fox Sports, including exclusive interviews and analysis from the broadcasters.”
For the AFL, the new platform is another step forward in our ongoing commitment to the AFL and our fan engagement efforts.”AFL Grand Final live streamThe AFL Grand Finals live stream will be provided on the new FoxSports 1.5 platform.
This will allow users to catch up on all of the action in front of them, including all highlights, highlights scores, match previews and more.
This is the first time the live stream of the NRL Grand Final will be offered on Fox Sports in the US, although the live streams from the other major Australian sports will be supported in the coming months.
Live scores will be posted to the Foxsports.com app for users to watch live at any time.
The AFL has previously said that it is committed to its fans, who make up about a quarter of the Fox sports audience, having access to a wide range of live content, and the live feed will provide a rich, engaging and immersive experience for all Fox sports fans.”
The AFL also announced that it will be offering a series of exclusive live games from next week’s Grand Final between the Sydney Swans and Essendon, as well as a series on Saturday morning between Melbourne and Geelong, featuring a number of top AFL prospects.””
It is great to have the Fox News digital channel and Fox Sports streaming platform as part of the suite of digital offerings to fans.”
The AFL also announced that it will be offering a series of exclusive live games from next week’s Grand Final between the Sydney Swans and Essendon, as well as a series on Saturday morning between Melbourne and Geelong, featuring a number of top AFL prospects.
“We are pleased to welcome the AFL to our platform and look forward to bringing the AFL’s live coverage to Fox Sports fans,” said Chris Faull, managing director of Foxsports Australia.
“The AFL continues to be an exciting game-day experience for our fans and we look forward that fans will be watching on FoxSports.”
Fox Sports Australia also announced it will stream the Grand Prix on Fox on Saturday from 12:00pm, with all live games including the finals, the preliminary final and finals round played live on Fox, plus a new game every Sunday.