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Channel Seven’s weekly footy show, AFL Game Day, tackles all the big footy issues, analyses the weekend’s matches and brings fans closer to the stars of the game.
Host Hamish McLachlan leads a star-studded panel each week, featuring the biggest names in football, including AFL Legend Leigh Matthews, Hawthorn premiership captain Luke Hodge and Saints skipper Nick Riewoldt.
AFL Game Day kicks off each Sunday at 10am on Channel 7 in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and 7mate in Sydney and Brisbane.
Channel Seven’s star-studded commentary team takes footy fans down memory lane with Footy Flashbacks every Sunday afternoon. We take a look back at some of the most memorable and dramatic AFL matches in living memory, including feature interviews with stars who recall their role in the match with tales tall and true.
Seven’s pioneering and iconic Talking Footy delivers an in-depth analysis of football on and off the field, setting the weekly football agenda.
Hosted by Luke Darcy and with expert panellists Tim Watson and Wayne Carey, Talking Footy can be seen 7.30pm Monday nights on 7mate and later on Channel 7.
Voted most popular AFL program in the 2015 Herald Sun Fan Survey and most outstanding program at the Australian Football Media Awards, AFL 360 sets the footy news agenda by looking at every angle of the day’s major issues. Hosted by expert sports’ journalists Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson, AFL 360 welcomes suspended Essendon vice-captain Dyson Heppell, recently retired three-time Hawthorn premiership player Brian Lake, Geelong premiership coach Chris Scott and Richmond full forward Jack Riewoldt to their weekly line-up in 2016. Bulldogs’ captain Robert Murphy will also return to the award-winning program, brining back his highly popular ‘Rascal of the Week’ segment. AFL 360 is the best place for your footy news four nights a week.
On The Couch sets the agenda for the week by looking at all the issues surrounding the AFL. The Monday night footy institution will be bolstered by the addition of expert analyst David King joining Gerard Healy, Jason Dunstall and Jonathan Brown in 2016. On The Couch features the AFL’s biggest names and guests and provides viewers with compulsory viewing every Monday night courtesy of in-depth analysis into why things happen in our changing game, both on and off the field.
AFL Tonight is a daily AFL news program to debut on FOX SPORTS News and FOX FOOTY in 2016. Hosted by Sarah Jones, the program features AFL reporters Tom Chadwick, Neroli Meadows and new chief AFL writer for FOX SPORTS, Jake Niall.
The 30-minute program will cover all the latest in AFL breaking news, featuring the biggest name guests and coverage from across the AFL. AFL Tonight will air Monday to Friday on FOX SPORTS News at 5.00pm AEST and FOX FOOTY at 7.00pm AEST, Saturdays and Sundays at 11am AEST (AFL Today) and after the footy Friday to Sunday.
One of the AFL’s most respected journalists, Mike Sheahan, hosts Open Mike, an insightful interview program featuring some of the greats of the game and providing viewers with the most in-depth and illuminating footy discussions. Moving to a new night in 2016, award-winning Open Mike is a warts and all profile of players, coaches and administrators who have had a major impact on the league.
League Teams dissects who’s in, who’s out and why. Hot off the team selection announcements, Dermott Brereton hosts a rotating all-star panel consisting of Alastair Lynch, David Parkin, Ben Dixon, Brad Johnson, Barry Hall and Cameron Mooney who will focus on those changes and how they affect your team. League Teams is a tipster and fantasy player’s secret weapon.
Bounce aims to entertain and provide a lighter look at a big weekend of footy. Hosted by AFL Hall of Famer Jason Dunstall, regulars Danny Frawley and Andrew Gaze will be joined by Barry Hall and Cameron Mooney in 2016 who will take over the hilarious and unpredictable ‘Yesterday’s Heroes’ challenges. The much-loved and “prestigous” Golden Fist Award is back, as well as Turn It Up, and this season Bounce will introduce a LIVE studio audience for the first time. If you want some fun to finish off a big weekend of footy, Bounce is the show for you!
Drew Morphett is back at The Winners Rebooted desk in a revamped version of the popular show from the ‘70s/80s’. Morphett relives some of the most iconic moments in games from that era while joined by AFL legends.