Football fans will pay big for FFA to host AFL grand final on Sunday

FFA has confirmed it will host the AFL grand finals on Sunday, with fans paying up to $20 to do so.

The grand final is being held at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night and the AFL’s match broadcast team is looking to attract an audience of more than 4 million.

But FFA is also offering fans an extra discount for the event if they book their tickets online.

The price to attend will be $20 for adults and $15 for children.

Fans can also book online and pay up to four tickets at a time.

The FFA match broadcast is available to watch on FOX Sports and Fox Footy on ABC News 24 and 13.FIFA’s match broadcaster, Andrew Nabb, said the AFL was “really looking forward” to the game and would “love to see people from the Melbourne community show up”.

“I think that the fans that will be coming to Melbourne and the state will be really excited,” he said.

“I mean we know what the grand final means to Melbourne, the way it’s been going for a number of years, and they know what it’s like to watch the grand finals.”

The AFL have done a fantastic job in providing this extra weekend and that’s really exciting to see them do it.

“He said FFA had “put their stamp” on the AFL event and the game was a big part of it.”

We’ve got this big game, we’ve got some big matches, and we’ve had some great AFL events in the past and we look forward to bringing the AFL to Melbourne,” he added.