The AFL Grand Final is one of the biggest sporting events on the Australian calendar so it’s no surprise that it’s also one of the most popular events to bet on. The large range of available markets on the AFL Grand Final attracts a wide range of punters.
AFL Grand Final Betting
Online bookmakers such as Sportsbet, Neds and Ladbrokes will offer up over 100+ markets on the AFL Grand Final with head-to-head betting and line betting being the two most popular markets which are often used in AFL Multi-Bets.
AFL Grand Final Head to Head Betting is a popular choice for many punters.
Punters will generally take into account a number of aspects when it comes to betting on the AFL Grand Final. This includes the win/loss record the two teams have against each other, whether one team has had a tougher run leading into the AFL Grand Final and the amount of injuries each team has. Another important aspect is the Grand Final day weather and if it’s wet, working out which team that’s likely to advantage.
Line betting is another popular option for betting on the AFL Grand Final. The line is set on the final margin of the match so if you bet on a team with a +15.5 line they only have to get within 15 points of their opponent at the final siren for your bet to win. AFL Grand Final Line betting is very popular for multi-bet punters.
Other popular betting markets include AFL Grand Final First Goal Scorer betting, where you can bet on which player will kick the first goal in a game or quarter. AFL Grand Final Quarter by Quarter betting is another popular market where you can bet on which team will be leading at the end of each quarter. This is much the same as Half Time/Full Time betting.
How to watch the AFL Grand Final
Australian broadcasters Channel 7 and Foxtel hold the rights to telecast the AFL Grand Final with Channel 7 being able to broadcast the game live and free.
Grand Final day coverage typically begins in the morning with the buildup to the game.
The AFL Grand Final is a large event so fans across the world will often organise Grand Final day parties and meet at a house or bar to watch the game.
How to live stream the AFL Grand Final
Channel 7 hold the rights to live stream the AFL Grand Final in Australia, fans can watch the game by downloading the channel 7 app or watching online via their website.
Other providers such as Foxtel and Kayo may show the AFL Grand final but it’s not yet known whether they will be able to stream the game live.
International viewers can watch the game via their local AFL providers or by subscribing to the AFL’s own streaming service.
How do I bet on the AFL Grand Final?
Looking to bet on the AFL Grand Final? Betting online is surprisingly easy. There are a range of bookmakers you can bet with including Sportsbet, Neds and Ladbrokes. Once you've selected an online bookmaker you'll be able to create an account and make a deposit in minutes! Once your account is set up you'll be able to browse all the AFL Grand Final markets and place your bet.
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