Fremantle fans who watch games live on free-to-air will need to plan ahead to ensure they can see Saturday’s clash with the Western Bulldogs.

The clash is the Club's final of three scheduled Fremantle away games that will be delayed on local free-to-air television this season under the AFL’s broadcast agreement.

The game will commence at 2.35m (AWST) and will be broadcast live nationally on Fox Footy and can also be streamed live via Kayo.

There will be a delayed broadcast on free to air into Perth commencing at 3.30 (AWST) on 7mate.

Fans without a Pay TV subscription can sign up for a 14-day free trial on Kayo to watch the game.

There are also a number of options for fans looking to catch Freo live in action.

It's the perfect opportunity to get together, support our venues and enjoy watching us take on the Bulldogs.

A fantastic way to watch the game live will be at one of our Anchor Venues, a collaboration between Pirate Life and the Fremantle Dockers.

All venues listed below will be offering bespoke Pirate Life beer and food specials for Saturday's game against the Bulldogs, and all Fremantle away games across the 2022 season.

There will also be a screening of the clash in the Peel Thunder Clubrooms following Fremantle’s first AFLW hitout against opposition this pre-season, taking on Richmond at Rushton Park.

Food and beverage will be available throughout both games from the clubrooms and the Past Players Canteen.


Pirate Life Perth (CBD)
440 Murray Street, Perth

The Federal Hotel (Freo)
23 William Street, Fremantle

South Beach Hotel (South Freo)
396 South Terrace, South Fremantle

The Local (South Freo)
282 South Terrace, South Fremantle

8 Knots (East Freo)
110 Riverside Road, East Fremantle

The Gate Bar and Bistro
816 Beeliar Drive, Success

Clancy's Canning Bridge (Applecross)
903 Canning Highway, Applecross

The Pen (Mandurah)
1 Marco Polo Drive, Mandurah