We just love the footy. And it’s all LIVE and FREE on Seven.

The Toyota AFL Finals Series, the Toyota AFL Grand Final exclusively, the Brownlow Medal, the AFLW season and the AFLW Grand Final, VFL, SANFL, WAFL, the EJ Whitten Legends game and of course Toyota AFL Premiership Season on Thursday Night, Friday Night, Saturday Night and Sunday Afternoon Football are all on Seven in 2019.

The much-loved Front Bar, Game Day, The Kick and Talking Footy also return.

Australia's favourite callers Bruce McAvaney, Brian Taylor, James Brayshaw, Luke Darcy, Hamish McLachlan, and Basil Zempilas are back with experts including Leigh Matthews, Jimmy Bartel, Matthew Richardson, Daisy Pearce, Cameron Ling, Wayne Carey, Abbey Holmes, Tim Watson and more.

Together they are the biggest names in football – and they'll all be at the home of football, Seven.

AFL Game Day

Host Hamish McLachlan leads a star-studded panel to review and preview all the weekend games and bring fans closer to the stars of the game.

In 2019, a rotating panel of current superstars will include Luke Hodge, Nat Fyfe and Rory Sloane, along with fellow rotating panellists each week including AFL journalist Nat Edwards, Leigh Matthews, Jimmy Bartel, and Adam Cooney. Game Day kicks off each Sunday at 10am on Channel 7 in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and 7mate in Sydney and Brisbane.

Talking Footy

Seven’s iconic AFL chat show Talking Footy returns at 7.30pm Monday on 7mate to tackle all the AFL news and issues on and off the field and set the agenda for the week. Hosted by Luke Darcy with Wayne Carey, Tim Watson, Mick Warner, 7News Jacqui Felgate and Tom Browne.

The Front Bar

Join Sam Pang, Mick Molloy, Andy Maher for a fun look at the AFL world with footy characters from yesteryear and today dropping by for a chat.

The Kick

The Kick will get the party started on Saturday Night Footy showcasing the players and personalities, along with an update to all the weekend’s action.  Hosted by Nat Edwards with Matthew Richardson, Campbell Brown and a rotation of big-name current players. Byron Cooke of Fox FM’s breakfast show will join the team each week as resident reporter and 7News’ Jacqui Felgate will host the Footy Central segment.