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THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTY on FOX for the entire 2021 season

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Fans will be treated to Thursday Night Footy on FOX for the whole 2021 season as well as witnessing the future stars of the game with VFL games being broadcast on Thursday nights from tonight.

Kath Loughnan (image – Mediaweek)

It all begins when GWS Giants take on Footscray from Blacktown in Sydney from 7pm and FOX FOOTY is the only place to see it.

Hosted by Kath LoughnanAnthony Hudson and Leigh Montagna will call all the action alongside Brad Johnson in special comments and Cameron Mooney direct from the ground on the boundary. The expert panel will preview the AFL round ahead as well celebrate grassroots footy at its best.

All eyes tonight will be on the number one draft pick Jamarra Ugle-Hagan as the Bulldogs go for back-to-back wins against a winless GWS.

Steve Crawley, FOX SPORTS Executive Director, said:

“We are thrilled to be able to bring VFL footy to a whole new audience in 2021 via Foxtel and Kayo, with more coverage than ever before.

“The expert FOX FOOTY team will be covering every Thursday night match as well as the Finals, with fans able to watch live on Foxtel or stream on Kayo. In a major boost, Kayo will also produce a minimum of two additional matches per round which will be streamed live and free on Kayo Freebies.

VFL plays a major role not only as a feeder league to the AFL, but also in keeping community footy clubs engaged, so we’re excited to make more matches accessible to dedicated footy fans across the country,”

FOX FOOTY on Foxtel will also present two-three VFL games every round on Kayo Freebies (no paywall) and show all finals including the grand final. Thursday night AFL games will return in round 13.

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