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Who are the 7AFL commentators? Football’s No. 1 commentary team is primed and ready to bring fans an epic 2023 AFL season in what is set to be an exciting race to September. With some fresh and familiar faces delivering all the action live and free, there’s no other place footy fans will want to be than on Seven, your home of footy. In a bonus for fans, much-loved Collingwood and Carlton cult hero, Dale Thomas, will join Seven’s AFL broadcast in a field commentary role across the 2023 season, while current Geelong captain Patrick Dangerfield will step behind the Seven mic, kicking off with a Saturday night appearance in Round 1.

The following night Collingwood - who missed out on a grand final berth last year by the barest of margins - will take on reigning premier Geelong in another eagerly anticipated blockbuster. There will be Thursday night games for the first five rounds of the season and Round 4 will be massive, with a double-header on Good Friday (April 7), a Thursday night cracker between Brisbane and Collingwood at the Gabba, and the traditional Easter Monday clash between Geelong and Hawthorn. The Anzac games again fall on Round 6, with the Anzac Eve battle between Melbourne and Richmond on Monday night (April 24) at the MCG tipped to be massive. Collingwood and Essendon will again hog the Anzac Day limelight on Tuesday afternoon (April 25).

Can Geelong go back-to-back, will Carlton break their finals drought, will the highly fancied Brisbane Lions get their hands on the silverware, or will Melbourne strike back after winning the flag in 2021? Scroll down for everything you need to know about the 2023 AFL seasonMELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 24: Tom Atkins of the Cats kicks the ball during the 2022 Toyota AFL Grand Final match between the Geelong Cats and the Sydney Swans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 24, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia.

05pm ACDT, Adelaide Oval)Melbourne Demons v Western Bulldogs (7. 25pm AEDT, MCG)Gold Coast Suns v Sydney Swans (7pm AEST, Heritage Bank Stadium)Sunday, March 19GWS Giants v Adelaide Crows (1. 10pm AEDT, Giants Stadium)Hawthorn Hawks v Essendon Bombers (3. 20pm AEDT, MCG)St Kilda Saints v Fremantle Dockers (4. 40pm AEDT, Marvel Stadium)Ross Lyon is back in the hot seat and has returned to St Kilda for the 2023 season. Credit: Quinn Rooney/Getty ImagesHow many rounds will be played in the 2023 AFL season? For the first time in history, teams will play 23 matches across a 24-round season. There is an extra round this season due to the new Gather Round (where all teams play their game in one state) which will be played in South Australia. All teams will have a bye.

Can I stream the AFL on 7plus? Channel 7 does not own the rights to stream the AFL on 7plus. The AFL is streamed live on subscription service Kayo Sports. Where to buy AFL tickets for the 2023 season Tickets to games at the MCG, SCG and Adelaide Oval are available through Ticketek. Ticketmaster offers tickets to games at Marvel Stadium, GIANTS Stadium, GMHBA Stadium and Optus Stadium. Head to the AFL website for complete ticketing details. Nic Naitanui and Sean Darcy in battle during the derby in WA. Credit: AFL Photos via Getty ImagesKey dates in the 2023 AFL premiership season The traditional season-opener between Carlton and Richmond will kickstart the year at the MCG on March 16.

The first bye round is in Round 12. In Round 13, only two teams have a bye, but in Round 14, six teams will be missing in action. The last ‘locked in’ round is Round 15, after that the games have been confirmed but times and dates of the games are yet to be determined. Round 24 will begin at the end of August. Tap here to see the full 2023 AFL fixtureHow to watch the AFL live and free The AFL will air live on Channel 7 and 7mate throughout 2023.

(Photo by Daniel Carson/AFL Photos via Getty Images) Credit: Daniel Carson/AFL Photos/AFL Photos via Getty ImagesWhen is Round 1 of the 2023 AFL season? Thursday, March 16Richmond Tigers v Carlton Blues (7. 20pm AEDT, MCG)Friday, March 17Geelong Cats v Collingwood Magpies (7. 40pm AEDT, MCG)Saturday, March 18North Melbourne Kangaroos v West Coast Eagles (1. 45pm AEDT, Marvel Stadium)Port Adelaide Power v Brisbane Lions (4.

Everything you need to know about the 2023 AFL premiership seasonThe 2023 AFL season promises to be one of the most exciting flag races in AFL history. And Seven is your home of live and free football from the first bounce of the opener to the final siren on grand final day. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: The footy on Seven - there’s no better feeling. Analysis, local footy and the biggest moments, Seven and 7plus are the home of footy shows for every fan. Stream them all for free on 7plus >>Right now, there optimism abounds, but there are questions aplenty about the road ahead.

On the Saturday night of that round, there will be a grand final rematch with Geelong hosting Sydney at GMHBA Stadium. Round 10 kicks off the two-week-long Sir Doug Nicholls Round where teams will don Indigenous guernseys. The feature game will be the Dreamtime at the ‘G match on the Saturday night (on May 20). Round 13 features the King’s Birthday clash between Melbourne and Collingwood on Monday, June 12. The home and away season will end with round 24 in the final week of August.

Thursday and Friday night games headline the schedule alongside Saturday nights and most Sunday afternoons. Monday blockbusters on Seven include Geelong v Hawthorn (Easter Monday) and the Melbourne v Richmond game on April 24. The Collingwood v Essendon Anzac Day blockbuster on Tuesday, April 25, is also live and free on Seven.. Fans in South Australia, Western Australia, New South Wales and Queensland can also watch their local clubs on 7mate. Check local guides for details. The AFL also airs on subscription TV service Foxtel.

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