Fremantle are disappointed to inform their members and supporters that Sunday’s clash with Sydney at Metricon Stadium will be shown delayed on free to air.

The AFL’s recent round 19 fixture changes, as a result of the evolving Covid-19 impacts across the country, has changed the original broadcast schedule and, as such, fans will not be able to watch David Mundy’s 350th game live unless they have a Foxtel or Kayo subscription, or watch the game at an authorised broadcast venue.

The delay is part of the AFL’s broadcast agreement, which rules that three Fremantle away games per season are shown exclusively live on Foxtel.

Bouncedown for the clash is at 10.30am WST and the delayed broadcast on free to air will commence at 1.30pm WST.

This game is Fremantle’s third and final game that will be shown on delay this season.

Fortunately, the Club will not miss a moment on their social media channels so members and fans can catch all the behind-the-scenes content in the lead up to the important game.

For those wanting to watch the game live, there are some options for Freo fans, including signing up to Kayo on a 14-day free trial.

While the 10.30am WST bouncedown time will limit the number of venues showing the game live, the below listed venues have committed to being open to broadcast the game.


The Federal Hotel
South Beach Hotel
Sail and Anchor Fremantle

The Shoe Bar
The Merrywell Perth

Woodvale Tavern

Gate Bar and Bistro
Sporting Globe Mandurah
Sporting Globe Rockingham
Sporting Globe Belmont