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AFL 2016 International Broadcast Schedule - Round 21

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Round 21 kicks off in Melbourne on Friday night with the Western Bulldogs hosting Collingwood at the Docklands Stadium. 

If you want to know when you can see the footy on TV in your part of the world, check out the full schedule below.

As always schedules are subject to change at the discretion of the local broadcaster so please check local guides for updates. 

 

GAME DATE TIMESLOT MATCH VENUE STATE LOCAL TIME GMT NETWORK
1 12-Aug Night W Bulldogs vs. Collingwood Etihad Stadium VIC 19:50 09:50 SEVEN
2 13-Aug Day Brisbane Lions vs. Carlton The Gabba QLD 13:45 03:45 SEVEN
3 13-Aug Day Hawthorn vs. North Melbourne MCG VIC 14:10 04:10 FOX
4 13-Aug Twilight GWS GIANTS vs. WCE Spotless Stadium NSW 16:35 06:35 FOX
5 13-Aug Night St Kilda vs. Sydney Swans Etihad Stadium VIC 19:25 09:25 SEVEN
6 13-Aug Night Port Adelaide vs. Melbourne Adelaide Oval SA 19:10 09:40 FOX
7 14-Aug Early Essendon vs. Gold Coast SUNS Etihad Stadium VIC 13:10 03:10 FOX
8 14-Aug Day Richmond vs. Geelong Cats MCG VIC 15:20 05:20 SEVEN
9 14-Aug Twilight Fremantle vs. Adelaide Crows Domain Stadium WA 14:40 06:40 FOX
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AFL 2016 International Broadcast Schedule - Round 20

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Round 20 kicks off in Melbourne on Friday night with Richmond hosting Collingwood at the MCG. 

If you want to know when you can see the footy on TV in your part of the world, check out the full schedule below.

As always schedules are subject to change at the discretion of the local broadcaster so please check local guides for updates. 

AFANA have also just announced (tentatively) on Twitter that the 2016 AFL Grand Final will be on Fox Sports 2 (FS2) in the USA. (formerly on FSP) and coverage begins 12:30 AM EDT.

GAME DATE TIMESLOT MATCH VENUE STATE LOCAL TIME   GMT NETWORK
1 5-Aug Night Richmond vs. Collingwood MCG VIC 19:50   09:50 SEVEN
2 6-Aug Day Sydney vs. Pt Adelaide SCG NSW 13:45   03:45 SEVEN
3 6-Aug Day Melbourne vs. Hawthorn MCG VIC 14:10   04:10 FOX
4 6-Aug Twilight GC SUNS vs. GWS GIANTS Metricon Stadium QLD 16:35   06:35 FOX
5 6-Aug Night Western Bulldogs vs. North Melbourne Etihad Stadium VIC 19:25   09:25 SEVEN
6 6-Aug Night Adelaide vs. Brisbane Adelaide Oval SA 19:10   09:40 FOX
7 7-Aug Early Carlton vs. St Kilda MCG VIC 13:10   03:10 FOX
8 7-Aug Day Geelong vs. Essendon Etihad Stadium VIC 15:20   05:20 SEVEN
9 7-Aug Twilight Fremantle vs. WC Eagles Domain Stadium WA 14:40   06:40 FOX
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AFL 2016 International Broadcast Schedule - Round 19

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Round 19 kicks off in Melbourne on Friday night with Geelong hosting the Western Bulldogs at Simonds Stadium. 

If you want to know when you can see the footy on TV in your part of the world, check out the full schedule below.

As always schedules are subject to change at the discretion of the local broadcaster so please check local guides for updates. 

GAME DATE TIMESLOT MATCH VENUE STATE LOCAL TIME GMT NETWORK
1 29-Jul Night Geelong vs. Western Bulldogs Simonds Stadium VIC 19:50 09:50 SEVEN
2 30-Jul Day GWS GIANTS vs. Richmond Manuka Oval ACT 13:45 03:45 SEVEN
3 30-Jul Day Hawthorn vs. Carlton Aurora Stadium TAS 14:10 04:10 FOX
4 30-Jul Twilight Collingwood vs. WC Eagles MCG VIC 16:35 06:35 FOX
5 30-Jul Night North Melbourne vs. St Kilda Etihad Stadium VIC 19:25 09:25 SEVEN
6 30-Jul Night Brisbane Lions vs. Port Adelaide The Gabba QLD 19:25 09:25 FOX
7 31-Jul Early Melbourne vs. Gold Coast SUNS MCG VIC 13:10 03:10 FOX
8 31-Jul Day Fremantle vs. Sydney Swans Domain Stadium WA 13:20 05:20 SEVEN
9 31-Jul Twilight Adelaide Crows vs. Essendon Adelaide Oval SA 16:10 06:40 FOX
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AFL 2016 International Broadcast Schedule - Round 18

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Round 18 kicks off in Melbourne on Friday night with Collingwood hosting North Melbourne at Docklands Stadium. 

If you want to know when you can see the footy on TV in your part of the world, check out the full schedule below.

As always schedules are subject to change at the discretion of the local broadcaster so please check local guides for updates.  Note the scheduled time for the GC Suns vs Fremantle into China is yet to be confirmed.

GAME DATE TIMESLOT MATCH VENUE STATE LOCAL TIME EST GMT NETWORK
1 22-Jul Night Collingwood vs. N Melbourne Etihad Stadium VIC 19:50 19:50 09:50 SEVEN
2 23-Jul Day Sydney Swans vs. Carlton SCG SA 13:45 13:45 03:45 SEVEN
3 23-Jul Day GC SUNS vs. Fremantle Metricon Stadium QLD 14:10 14:10 04:10 FOX
4 23-Jul Twilight WC Eagles vs. Melbourne Domain Stadium WA 14:35 16:35 06:35 FOX
5 23-Jul Night Geelong vs. Adelaide Simonds Stadium VIC 19:25 19:25 09:25 SEVEN
6 23-Jul Night Western Bulldogs vs. St Kilda Etihad Stadium VIC 19:25 19:25 09:25 FOX
7 24-Jul Early Essendon vs. Brisbane Lions Etihad Stadium VIC 13:10 13:10 03:10 FOX
8 24-Jul Day Hawthorn vs. Richmond MCG VIC 15:20 15:20 05:20 SEVEN
9 24-Jul Twilight Port Adelaide vs. GWS Adelaide Oval SA 16:10 16:40 06:40 FOX
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A Young Girl’s Journey

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This is not a unique experience. Girls and women have been playing footy for many, many years. To see a team of girls running around as part of the half time entertainment at an AFL venue has been seen and done many times.

However, there is something a little symbolic, prophetic and visionary about seeing girls on a footy field in 2016, the year the AFL committed to the first ever national women’s competition for 2017. Unlike most years before, this year a future, stark and defined, sits in front of any young girl or woman who takes to the fields of footy.
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AFL 2016 International Broadcast Schedule - Round 17

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Round 17 kicks off in Sydney on Thursday night with Sydney hosting Hawthorn at the SCG. 

If you want to know when you can see the footy on TV in your part of the world, check out the full schedule below.

As always schedules are subject to change at the discretion of the local broadcaster so please check local guides for updates.

GAME DATE TIMESLOT MATCH VENUE STATE LOCAL TIME GMT NETWORK
1 Thursday July 14 Night Sydney Swans vs. Hawthorn SCG NSW 19:20 09:20 SEVEN
2 Friday July 15 Night Fremantle vs. Geelong Cats Domain Stadium WA 18:10 10:10 SEVEN
3 Saturday July 16 Day Richmond vs. Essendon MCG VIC 13:40 03:40 FOX
4 Saturday July 16 Twilight North Melbourne vs. Port Adelaide Etihad Stadium VIC 16:35 06:35 FOX
5 Saturday July 16 Night Adelaide Crows vs. Collingwood Adelaide Oval SA 19:10 09:40 SEVEN
6 Saturday July 16 Night Western Bulldogs vs. Gold Coast SUNS Cazalys Stadium QLD 19:25 09:25 FOX
7 Sunday July 17 Early Carlton vs. West Coast Eagles MCG VIC 13:10 03:10 FOX
8 Sunday July 17 Day St Kilda vs. Melbourne Etihad Stadium VIC 15:20 05:20 SEVEN
9 Sunday July 17 Twilight Brisbane Lions vs. GWS GIANTS The Gabba QLD 16:40 06:40 FOX
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Multicultural Clubs – Look Closer

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A group of us were chatting online after training this week about each player’s multicultural heritage. The club is Pyramid Power in Cairns – my team – and we are a club already renowned for having a 92% indigenous playing list. Most of our players are aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander by heritage. When you have that kind of background there mustn’t be much else in terms of diverse backgrounds.

Wrong!

A closer look unveiled Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Irish, English, Welsh, Scottish, Sierra Leone, Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, Samoan, South Sea Islander (by description, but uncertain of which islands) and Papua New Guinean. And these diverse origins didn’t come from the 8% of non-indigenous players. Such is the cultural diversity amongst indigenous and non-indigenous Australians – multiculturalism lives across all humanity.
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Cox chairs new Mulitcultural Players' Advisory Board

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The AFL Players’ Association has established its inaugural Multicultural Players’ Advisory Board to better understand the needs and issues affecting the current 122 players with multicultural backgrounds.

Made up of players from each state, the Board had its first official meeting last week and has since appointed Collingwood’s Mason Cox (USA) to lead the group as Chair.

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Book – “The Game Of Their Lives”

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I have just finished ready a new book by author Nick Richardson which looks at an amazing football match played at Queens in London in 1916 where two teams of Australian soldiers faced off against each other prior to their journey to the Western Front. Six of those players never came back, paying the ultimate sacrifice.

Players such as South Melbourne superstar Bruce Sloss and Collingwood captain Dan Minogue and Essendon player Bill Sewart and other well known VFL players of the era played for the Third Australian Divisional Team. Sloss was captain. Playing for the Australian Training Units Team were Essendon player Clyde Donaldson, Collingwood’s Harry Kerley and South Melbourne’s George Bower.
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2016 Multicultural Round launched

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The AFL officially launched the 2016 Toyota AFL Multicultural Round today at the Female Orphan School in the Parramatta campus of Western Sydney University.

The Toyota AFL Multicultural Round highlights the contribution different communities have made to Australian Football, while highlighting the extraordinary power the game has in uniting all people of all backgrounds.

AFL Commissioner Gabrielle Trainor said the significance of the Female Orphan School in Western Sydney was not lost on her or the AFL.

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