Watch AFL is optimised for lots of devices and web browsers, so you'll always have a way to watch the big game.


Here's a list of the devices you can use to stream Watch AFL, along with the recommended version of each operating system and web browser.


Note: We recommend using the latest version of your Watch AFL compatible web browser.



Mobile Apps


iOS: Version 11+

  • Apple iPhones and iPads
  • Download the Watch AFL app from the App Store here


Android: Version 6+

  • Mobiles and Tablets
  • Download the Watch AFL app from the Play Store here



Web Browsers


Windows: 10

  • Google Chrome: Download the latest version here
  • Mozilla Firefox: Download the latest version here
  • Microsoft Edge: Download the latest version here


MacOS: 10.12+

  • Keep your Mac up to date here 
  • Google Chrome: Download the latest version here
  • Safari: Download the latest version here
  • Mozilla Firefox: Download the latest version here



TV


Apple TV: tvOS 11+

  • 4th Generation or higher
  • Download the Watch AFL app from the App Store here
  • You can also use AirPlay to stream Watch AFL


ChromecastChromecast Ultra and 3rd Generation

  • For web browsers, you must use a Google Chrome web browser and ensure it's the latest version
  • Note: Chromecast is not available for downloaded content.



Unsupported devices


SMART TV

  • Watch AFL does not support SMART TV web browsers as they can cause playback issues while streaming
  • The Watch AFL app is not available for download on SMART TV devices


HDMI

  • Watch AFL does not support the use of a HDMI connection as they can cause playback issue while streaming



Please Note: Our Watch AFL Customer Care team is unable to assist with troubleshooting issues for devices, operating systems and web browsers that are not listed as compatible above.