AFL Final News

The 2015 AFL Grand Final will be held at the MCG tomorrow and Hawthorn and West Coast are set to do battle in what could be one of the most exciting Grand Final’s in recent memory. Hawthorn are currently clear favourites to record their third straight Premiership victory, but there…

AFL Final

There is no better part of the AFL season than the AFL Final. The regular home-and-away season has been played and the Top 8 have been decided. These remaining teams then lock in some of the fiercest battles of the season. The Top 8 will be whittled down into two teams through four weeks (or rounds) of intense competition using the McIntyre Final Eight System. This results in two deserving teams that will go on to face one another in the AFL Grand Final.

AFL Grand Final

The AFL Final season culminates in the AFL Grand Final. This is the last game of the season, which is played by the two remaining teams after the AFL Final season. It is the AFL Grand Final that decides the premiership champion for the year. It is traditionally held on the final Saturday in September as it completes the AFL season. The winner is awarded the AFL Premiership Cup.AFL Final

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As you can imagine, the AFL Grand Final is the ultimate experience for AFL fans across the nation. In fact, it is the most important Australian sporting event of the year. It not only draws the largest metropolitan television viewing audience, but also sees the largest attendance of any sporting event in the nation. This explosion of popularity has brought with it a whole new audience for the AFL Grand Final and made the postseason game an event not to be missed across the nation.

From die-hard fans to casual followers, the AFL Grand Final draws the most interest of any Australian sporting event. This is especially true when it comes to betting. It is among the most popular sporting events in the country for punters placing wagers online. Because of its massive popularity, the event draws a heavy amount of attention from the online sportsbooks. Bookmakers offer odds well in advance of the AFL Grand Final, as fans are anxious to back their favourite team all the way to the finish. Plus, as these early odds offer bigger payouts, serious punters will often place their NRL Grand Final bets prior to the season even starting. With the introduction of online betting, a whole new generation of fans are using their home computers to place their online bets.

AFL Grand Final Betting

With so much at stake, these postseason games (particularly the AFL Grand Final) attract a large volume of online bettors. Both novice and experienced punters are anxious to back their favourite team leading up to game time. Not only does betting on the AFL Final make the games that much more interesting, but it is a great way to make a little extra cash.

Betting on the AFL Grand Final could not be easier, especially when you place your bets at an online sportsbook such as,, or SportingBet. Sites such as these give the punter plenty of advantages. For starters, there are several different types of AFL Grand Final bets. This includes everything from standard with the best head-to-head odds to exotic AFL Grand Final bets that will cover a wide range of betting options. If you would like to put a little money on which team will score first or which player will be the first to kick a goal, you will find them all in a single handy location.

In addition to a plethora of different bets and odds, online betting on the AFL Grand Final offers all kinds of helpful tools. Online betting allows you to do your research in one handy location (or a variety of locations if you are thorough). Utilise odds calculators, betting tips, results, previews, and/or the latest news updates to help you decide where to put your money. With a wealth of information available at the click of a button, it is easy to place the best possible AFL Grand Final bets.

So, the only question left is, how does one go about betting on the AFL Grand Final online? It could not be easier. All you need is an Internet connection and computer and you can place a bet from anywhere in the world. Simply create a new member account by providing a few details. Once your account is created, all you need to do is put down your bets. That is all there is to it when it comes to betting on the AFL Grand Final online.

AFL Grand Final History

Aussie Rules footy has a long history with plenty of championship teams, but it was not until 1990 that the AFL went national and the league, as we know it today, was established. Since then, the AFL Grand Final has seen the Brisbane Lions win three consecutive premiership flags. It has also seen frequent appearances from Collingwood and Geelong – the latter being the most recent AFL Grand Final champion. Here is a look at the last ten years of AFL Grand Finals:

Year Teams/Results
2009 Geelong Cats 80 v St Kilda Saints 68
2008 Hawthorn Hawks 115 v Geelong Cats 89
2007 Geelong Cats 163 v Port Adelaide Power 44
2006 West Coast Eagles 85 v Sydney Swans 84
2005 Sydney Swans 58 v West Coast Eagles 54
2004 Port Adelaide Power 113 v Brisbane Lions 73
2003 Brisbane Lions 134 v Collingwood Magpies 84
2002 Brisbane Lions 75 v Collingwood Magpies 66
2001 Brisbane Lions 108 v Essendon Bombers 82
2000 Essendon Bombers 135 v Melbourne Demons 75

2010 AFL Final

The 2010 AFL Final is already underway as the home-and-away season wrapped up and the Top 8 took to the field in week 1 of the AFL Final season. It is a short road to the AFL Grand Final so now is the time to get in on all the fun. Check out our AFL Final News for regular AFL Final updates and then register (if you have not already) at Sportsbet to take advantage of the most generous AFL Final betting odds.

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