The 2019 season will run for seven rounds, with the preliminary finals taking place on March 23. The NAB AFLW kicks off the footy season and leads straight into the JLT Community Series (starts February 28) and the 2019 Toyota AFL Premiership season (starts March 21).
The expanded competition sees two new teams join the league with North Melbourne and the Geelong Cats joining eight other teams competing for the premiership cup in the biggest season yet.
A massive double-header launches the action when the newcomers Geelong Cats face Collingwood before defending champions, Adelaide Crows go head-to-head with the Western Bulldogs.
Sports fans won’t have to miss a minute of the action with Kayo’s game-changing features like ‘SplitView’, ‘No Spoilers’ and ‘Key Moments’.
The ‘SplitView’ function allows Kayo subscribers the ability to watch up to four different videos, games or shows on web, tablet devices and selected casting to TVs – and two videos simultaneously on mobile, all on the one screen. This means footy lovers can watch AFLW matches with other sports at the same time.
With Kayo’s ‘No Spoilers’ function, AFLW fans who have missed a match can have pre-game peace of mind by switching off the scores and jumping in to watch the action as if it were live.
Kayo’s ‘Key Moments’ feature will also be available for the AFLW, which means fans will get quick access to all the match highlights. Selected from the video player timeline, users can easily jump between any ‘Key Moment’ and the live action.
Users can also personalise their Kayo account by selecting the codes and teams they want to follow, with notifications reminding them when the big game is about to start.
With over 50 sports, Kayo features the biggest Australian sports including cricket, rugby league, rugby union and motorsports, as well as the best from overseas like basketball, gridiron, football, golf and tennis – plus additional content exclusive to Kayo.
All this non-stop sport can be streamed on iOS and Android devices, laptop, PC and on TV with Telstra TV, Apple TV and Chromecast Ultra.
*New customers who sign up between 30 January – 31 January, will be billed in advance for their March subscription at 12.01am on 28th of February.
Requires internet & compatible device. Data charges apply. SplitView not available on Telstra TV.