Sydney FC v Melbourne City FC in the 2020 Hyundai A-League Grand Final live on Foxtel

After an action packed 34 days of games since the season resumption, the stage is finally set for A-League’s biggest match up, and the only place for football fans to watch the most comprehensive coverage of the 2020 Hyundai A-League Grand Final LIVE in HD with no ad-breaks during play on FOX SPORTS on Foxtel.

On Sunday, August 30, the  Hyundai A-League will reach its crescendo when premiers and reigning champions Sydney FC go head-to-head with Melbourne City FC, into their first ever grand final, at Bankwest Stadium where the winning team will be crowned the 2020 Hyundai A-League Champions.

LIVE pre-game coverage begins from 5.30pm AEST, with the grand final kicking off at 6.30pm AEST on FOX SPORTS More 507.

FOX SPORTS’ pre-game coverage will feature an expert panel including Tara Rushton, Mark Bosnich, Robbie Slater and former Sydney FC captain Alex Brosque. The panel will take a look back at the thrilling 2019/20 season with some of the best goals of the season, before they discuss and preview the action to come ahead of the grand final including a special feature led by expert commentators Bosnich and Slater looking back at their time on their titles won with their respective clubs in the English Premier League and what it takes for a team to win a championship.

From kick off, expert commentators Andy Harper and Brenton Speed will call all of the action alongside Adam Peacock, Robbie Slater and Mark Bosnich.


Sunday, August 30
Sydney FC v Melbourne City FC
Pre-game coverage: 5.30pm
Kick Off: 6.00pm

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