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AFL Game Day

AFL Game Day
File:AFL Game Day Logo.jpg
Genre Sport
Presented by Hamish McLachlan
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 173
Production
Location(s) Melbourne, Victoria
Running time 90 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Seven Network
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original run 16 March 2008 – present
External links
Website

AFL Game Day is an Australian television program broadcast on the Seven Network in Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania and on 7mate in all other states. In Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania it airs following Weekend Sunrise.

The program focuses on the current issues in the Australian Football League. It first aired on 16 March 2008[1] and airs at 10am on Sundays throughout the AFL season.

The weekly program is hosted by Hamish McLachlan[1] and has regular guests such as Herald Sun journalist Jon Anderson and former players Tom Harley, Leigh Matthews, Matthew Richardson, David Schwarz or Tim Watson. A current player or coach also appears each week. For the 2012 AFL season, Mark Robinson has been replaced by fellow Herald Sun journalist Jon Anderson and sports physician Peter Larkins has joined the team to provide the latest injury updates. The program has been extended to 90 minutes, finishing at 11:30am. This means the last half-hour goes head to head with Channel Nine's The Sunday Footy Show. It is followed by Footy Flashbacks which is also being extended to 90 minutes, from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Sports news updates are presented by Erin Ivancic.

During the 2010 AFL finals series, the program was also broadcast on Thursday nights at 7:30 pm. A special Saturday morning edition aired on Grand Final day 2012 and 2013.

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External links

  • website
  • presenter biographies


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