The AFL pre-season will get underway this week with all match simulations and follow matches shall be broadcast on each Kayo and Foxtel.
Eight match simulations shall be performed throughout February 23 and 24, whereas 9 official follow matches throughout March 2 to 4 will embrace professional Fox Footy commentary groups, and a number of other of the matches shall be proven in Extremely HD.
As well as, followers will take pleasure in free entry to all follow matches.
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“We’re happy to companion with Kayo Sports activities and Foxtel to take the following two weeks of footy to followers across the nation,” AFL govt common supervisor Travis Auld stated.
“Pleasure continues to construct for Spherical One and followers will be capable of get a glimpse of what their crew has in retailer for the 2023 season.”
Fox Footy common supervisor Michael Neill stated he was trying ahead to a different AFL season.
“We’re providing followers one thing a bit additional this yr with match simulations kicking off all of the motion early on Foxtel and Kayo Sports activities, earlier than all 9 follow matches start on March 2,” he stated.
“We will’t anticipate the footy to be again – the Fox Footy crew is raring to go!”
MATCH SIMULATION (All occasions AEDT)
Thursday, February 23
Geelong Cats v Hawthorn, GMHBA Stadium, 4pm, 4 x 20 minutes (plus time on)
Gold Coast SUNS v Essendon, Austworld Centre Oval, 5pm, 6 x 25 minutes (no time on)
Friday, February 24
North Melbourne v Richmond, Arden St Oval, 10am, 6 intervals, 4 x 25 minutes and a pair of x 20 minutes (no time on)
Carlton v Collingwood, Ikon Park, 11am, 4 x 25 minutes (no time on)
Sydney Swans v Brisbane Lions, Tramway Oval, 12pm, 4 x 25 minutes (no time on)
St Kilda v Melbourne, RSEA Park, 4pm, 6 x 25 minutes (no time on)
Fremantle v Adelaide Crows, Victor George Kailis Oval, 6.20pm, 7 intervals, 6 x 25 minutes, 1 x 20 minutes (no time on)
West Coast Eagles v Port Adelaide, Mineral Sources Park 7.40pm, 6 intervals, 4 x 28 minutes and a pair of x 20 minutes (no time on)
PRACTICE MATCHES (All occasions AEDT)
Thursday, March 2
Hawthorn v Collingwood, UTAS Stadium, 5.10pm
Fremantle v Port Adelaide, Fremantle Oval, 7.10pm
Brisbane Lions v Geelong Cats, Brighton Properties Area, 8.10pm
Friday, March 3
St Kilda v Essendon, RSEA Park, 4.10pm
Sydney Swans v Carlton, Blacktown Worldwide Sports activities Park, 7.10pm
West Coast Eagles v Adelaide Crows, Mineral Sources Park Perth, 7.40pm
Saturday, March 4
GWS GIANTS v Gold Coast SUNS, Blacktown Worldwide Sports activities Park, 12.10pm
Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne, Ikon Park, 1.10pm
Melbourne v Richmond, Casey Fields, 4.10pm
Initially revealed as AFL reveals full two-week pre-season video games plan