The Brownlow Medal is the game’s most prestigious individual award, recognizing the best and fairest player in the AFL competition.
The AFL announced on Wednesday that the 2022 Brownlow Medal Count would begin at 5:30 pm AWST / 7:30 pm AEST on Monday, September 19. The Brown Law Medal Ceremony takes place Monday night before the AFL Grand Final.
The AFL has not even confirmed the official date of the 2022 Brownlow medal ceremony. Every year, it was held on the Monday following the AFL Grand Final.
Where is the Brownlow medal taking place?
In Perth, the venue for this year’s grand final, the Brownlow ceremony will take place at Perth stadium.
Several players will not be in Perth due to quarantine measures – although players from states not locked out of Perth (e.g., South Australia) are expected to attend.
The Queensland-based players will attend a virtual ceremony from the Gabba, while the Victorian and New South Wales players will watch from home.
At Perth Stadium, Gillon McLachlan will read the results of this season’s 216 home and away games.
How can I watch the Brownlow in Australia?
There are a few ways that you can watch the Brownlow in Australia. One way is to purchase a ticket to the event held annually in Melbourne. Another way is to watch it on television, with coverage typically provided by the Seven Network. Finally, you can also stream the event live online through the AFL website or several other streaming services.
Depending on where you live in Australia, you can watch the Brownlow on Channel 7 or its affiliate channel 7Mate from 7:00 pm AEST.
How to watch the 2022 Brownlow Medal on TV
To watch the 2022 Brownlow Medal on TV, simply tune in to your local television station on the night of the event. The Brownlow Medal is usually broadcast live, so you won’t have to miss a moment of the action. You can also check out the official website for more information on how to watch the event.
7Mate is channel #73 for digital TV households and channel #138 for Foxtel subscribers, while Channel 7 is at #70 for digital TV subscribers or #107 on Foxtel.