AFL Finals: Who Will be Crowned Premiers in 2018?
What could be more exciting live than the crowning of Australian football's 'Premiers'? AFL Finals tickets are hot property amongst football fanatics so make sure you buy yours quickly. The top eight teams from the regular AFL season compete in a four-week competition culminating in in the AFL Grand Final held in September at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Sellers should also take advantage of our online e-ticket platform and sell any spare tickets.
Since 2000, the AFL has hosted the fans favourite AFL Finals with the top eight teams desperate for glory. However, don't think that this weakens the competitiveness of the regular AFL Premiership as the top four finishers get an easier passage through the finals. With nine competitive matches to potentially see, the AFL Finals are among the highest attended in the Australian sport so make sure you act promptly.
Who will win the cup? Well, over the years the title of 'Premiers' has changed due to its best element - unpredictability. So if you want to be captivated until the last moment make sure you purchase your AFL Finals games tickets before it is too late.
AFL 2018 Finals Dates and Fixtures
After months of hard work, we now have reached the preliminary finals of the 2018 AFL Premiership. Knowing how desired AFL Finals tickets are at this time of the year, make sure you buy yours at StubHub in advance! With all final games taking place between the 31 August and 29 September, there is no better culmination to a season in sport. Feel the tension, excitement and drama as the best AFL players try and finish their 2018 AFL season on the ultimate high - being crowned AFL Premiers of 2018!
2017 AFL Finals results
The 2017 AFL Finals was the 121st edition of the final series, with the Grand Final taking place at the MCG on September 30. After 4 weeks of tough, competitive quarter, semi and preliminary finals, it was Richmond Tigers and Adelaide Crows that took each other on in the 2017 AFL Final. The Grand Final AFL 2017 was attended by a record crowd of 101,021 people, the largest crowd since the Grand Final back in 1986. In the end, the Richmond Tigers were crowned 2017 AFL Premiers as they defeated the Crows by a comfortable 48-point margin. Will Richmond repeat this success in 2018? Buy your AFL tickets and find out for yourself.