How to watch: 2020/21 A-League Grand Final
Two sides on the cusp of history will face off in an unmissable 2020/21 A-League Grand Final, taking place between Melbourne City and Sydney FC at AAMI Park on Sunday, June 27 (kick-off 5.05pm AEST).
The top-two teams of the regular season progressed to face off in the title decider for the second season running, in a testament to the brilliant form both clubs have shown across the past two campaigns.
City wrapped up a club-first piece of silverware this season: the 2020/21 Premiers Plate. After losing 1-0 to the Sky Blues in the 2019/20 Grand Final, can Patrick Kisnorbo's side bury their demons this time around to clinch the Premiership/Championship double? Or will Sydney FC, led by Steve Corica, go where no A-League side has ever gone before and clinch a third-consecutive A-League title?
Tune in on Sunday evening to find out! Read on for all the information you need on how to watch the 2020/21 A-League Grand Final.
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Ways to watch
For the first time ever, all A-League Finals Series matches will be available to the Australian public LIVE & FREE via Kayo Freebies.
You won't miss a second of the Finals Series action thanks to Kayo Freebies, with all A-League 2021 Finals Series games including the A-League 2021 Grand Final available to stream for free through Kayo Freebies - which anyone can access through the Kayo App or website.
Accessing Kayo Freebies is a simple process which does not require a Kayo Full Access subscription, or credit card details. Simply create a Kayo account to access the Freebies content.
Follow these easy steps below to set up your Kay account in time to access Kayo Freebies, your home for live and free coverage of the 2020/21 A-League Finals Series!
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To access the 2020/21 Finals Series on Kayo Freebies:
- Download the Kayo app on the App Store or Play Store
- Create a free account (no credit card required)
- Access all Kayo Freebies content including the 2020/21 A-League Finals Series
- Visit kayosports.com.au/freebies or the App Store for iOS or the Play Store on Android to download Kayo. Simply hit ‘Want to Access Free? Register Free’ in the App to access Freebies today.
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