AFL Grand Final

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AFL Grand Final
Afl grand final.jpg
Part of the pre-match entertainment at the 2006 AFL Grand Final. Giant banners were unfurled featuring the colours and emblems of (then) all 16 AFL clubs.
LocaleMelbourne, Victoria
First meeting24 September 1898
Latest meeting28 September 2019
Next meeting26 September 2020
BroadcastersSeven Network (1977–1986; 1988–2001; 2008; 2010; 2012–present)
Network Ten (2002–2007; 2009; 2011)
SportsPlay (1987)
ABC (1987)
StadiumsMelbourne Cricket Ground (1902–1941; 1946–1990; 1992–present)
Waverley Park (1991)
Princes Park (1942–1943; 1945)
Junction Oval (1898–1899; 1944)
Lake Oval (1901)
East Melbourne (1900)
Statistics
Meetings total121
Most winsCarlton (16)[1]

The AFL Grand Final is a football match (Australian Rules Football) held between the teams who won in the Preliminary Final the week before. This match normally takes place at the MCG on the last Saturday of September. The winner of this match is crowned as the best team of the season and gets the Premiership Cup.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Grand Finals". AFL Tables. Retrieved 2018-09-24.