Extensive Grand Final coverage will be provided throughout the day on the screens of Channel 7. You will also be able to stream via 7plus on certain devices (see the full list here).

Note, that Fox Footy and Kayo will not air the match, but will air pre-game shows throughout the day.

For international broadcast info, check the AFL Broadcast Guide.

The countdown - from 10:00am AEST

Channel 7 will begin their pre-game coverage at 10:00am AEST.

Grand Final Preview Show - from 1:00pm AEST

We'll give supporters the opportunity to tune into an exciting Grand Final Preview show this Saturday in the lead up to the 2021 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

The Demons-themed show will be streamed live via the club website and app, with coverage beginning at 1:00pm AEST.

Co-hosted by club legend Russell Robertson, the show is set to feature a star-studded line-up, with exclusive appearances from Melbourne personalities including 1964 premiership player Hassa Mann and former club captain David Neitz.

Tune in here on Saturday.

Telstra AFL Pre-Match Show - from 6:15pm AEST

Match day entertainment will have a strong Western Australian influence, with local artists to take the stage from 6:15pm.

Pre-game entertainment will include John Butler, Eskimo Joe, Abbe May, Stella Donnelly, duo Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse and Donna Simpson and Vikki Thorn from The Waifs. Plus Colin Hay and Baker Boy.

Half-Time entertainment will see Birds of Tokyo take the stage along side the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

In addition, September favourite Mike Brady AM will conduct a special performance remotely from Melbourne.

The Welcome to Country will be conducted by proud Noongar man of the South-West region Richard Wally OAM, while the Australian national anthem will be performed by Perth-born Musical Theatre Star and leading lady of Phantom of the Opera, Amy Manford.

(L-R) Amy Manford, Kav Temperly, Abbe May, Ian Kenny, Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse pose for a photograph during the AFL Grand Final entertainment photo opportunity on the roof of Optus Stadium on September 17, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

First bounce - from 7:15pm AEST

It all begins from 7:15pm AEST, with the first bounce taking place. Tune in on Channel 7 for the full match and extensive post-match coverage.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 10: Kysaiah Pickett of the Demons celebrates a goal during the 2021 AFL First Preliminary Final match between the Melbourne Demons and the Geelong Cats at Optus Stadium on September 10, 2021 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos)


In metro Melbourne, Triple M, 3AW, SEN, ABC 774 and AFL Nation will provide play-by-play coverage. Broadcasts will begin at 6:45pm AEST.

Check the AFL Broadcast Guide for interstate and regional radio information.

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