AFL, Racing and World Surf League on Seven and 7plus
Australians will be treated to a mega weekend of sport action on the Seven Network, headlined by the annual ANZAC Day AFL match between Essendon and Collingwood live from the hallowed MCG. Kicking off from 2pm AEST on Monday, Seven will broadcast a full pre-game ceremony live and free, including the traditional ANZAC Day moment of silence in front of a packed MCG crowd.
The footy action kicks off tonight when Andy, Mick and Sam assume their usual positions at The Front Bar, alongside special guests Richmond Football Club President, Peggy O’Neal and former Port Adelaide and Melbourne player, Jack Watts, from 8.30pm AEST on Seven and 7plus.
Football’s #1 commentary team will deliver all the action live from stadia around the country this weekend, kicking off with Friday Night Footy in Canberra between the GWS Giants and St Kilda from 7.30pm AEST on Seven. Fans can tune into 7mate and 7plus, for the Friday Night Countdown pre-game show with Matthew Richardson from 7.00pm AEST, and post-match for the Armchair Experts with Adam Cooney, Georgie Parker and Campbell Brown from 11.00pm AEST.
Rounding out this week’s AFL matches on Seven are:
• Fremantle v Carlton at Optus Stadium on Saturday from 7.00pm AEST on Channel 7
• Richmond v Melbourne at the MCG on Sunday from 7.00pm on Channel 7 and
Winter Racing begins on Seven on Saturday, with five hours of thoroughbred racing live from Royal Randwick, Morphettville and Caulfield from 12.00pm AEST. Then, Seven will bring fans all the action live from Optus Stadium when Fremantle take on Carlton, from 7.00pm AEST.
Following on from last week’s excitement at Bells Beach, the World Surf League Championship Tour arrives at Margaret River from Sunday afternoon, with all events streamed live and free on 7plus. With men’s and women’s events expected to continue until Wednesday, fans can catch every wave of the Margaret River Pro as it happens on 7plus.
State league footy is back on Seven this Sunday, kicking off with Richmond v Casey for Round Five of the VFL from 12.00pm AEST. South Australian fans can watch Norwood take on West Adelaide in Round Four of the SANFL from 2.00pm ACST, before Peel Thunder host West Perth in the WAFL from 2.00pm AWST. State league footy fans can watch their dedicated home-state match live on Channel 7, while all the VFL, SANFL and WAFL action is available live and free on 7plus, nationally.