Sydney Vs Geelong: AFL Round 2

Sydney Vs Geelong

The Sydney meet with Geelong for Friday night footy at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Both teams started the season off with a win in round one and will each look to continue their winning streak. Star Sydney Forward, Lance Franklin, is still on the verge of kicking his 1000th career goal adding extra excitement to this clash

What time is Sydney vs Geelong?

The Swans will take on the Cats on Friday, March 25th at 7:50 pm AEDT. 

The game will take place at the SCG in Sydney, and is available to watch via Channel 7 or Fox Sports (Foxtel and Kayo Sports) in Australia.

Sydney vs GeelongSCGFriday, March 25th – 7.50pmSeven / Foxtel / Kayo

How to watch Sydney vs Geelong

In Australia, Foxtel and Kayo Sports hold exclusive broadcast rights to this live AFL match. Every AFL match from every round airs in Australia via Fox Sports (Fox League) and its streaming subsidiaries Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports.

Sydney vs Geelong TV Channel and Live Stream

Foxtel and Channel 7 share the local broadcast rights to this live AFL game in Australia. Channel 7 broadcasts four AFL matches on free to air TV while Fox Sports (Fox Footy) broadcasts every AFL match from every round in Australia via satellite and its streaming subsidiaries Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports.

So you’ll need to subscribe to either Kayo Sports or the Foxtel Now sports pack to watch Sydney v Geelong if you want to watch live online or on-demand. Kayo currently comes with 14-day free trial, whilst Foxtel Now is available with a 10-day free trial, both ideal for watching the opening rounds of the season.

Telstra customers can get great deals for watching AFL on both Kayo Sports and Foxtel Now. With the Telstra Kayo Offer, you can get a $10 per month reduction on Basic ($15/month) and Premium ($25/month) plans. The Foxtel Now Telstra offer gives you the first month for free as part of a 12-month contract.

Players Selected This Week


B: Paddy McCartin, Dane, Rampe, Harry Cunningham
Brayden Campbell, Tom McCartin, Justin McInerney
James Rowbottom, Josh Kennedy, Dylan Stephens
Errol Gulden, Isaac Heeney, Will Hayward
Sam Wicks, Lance Franklin, Hayden McLean
Tom Hickey, Luke Parker, Oliver Florent
Angus Sheldrick, Logan McDonald, Callum Mills, Nick Blakey


B: Jake Kolodjashnij, Sam De Koning, Jack Henry
Zach Tuohy, Tom Stewart, Marc Blicavs
Max Holmes, Cam Guthrie, Isaac Smith
Tyson Stengle, Esava Ratugolea, Bradon Parfitt
Jeremy Cameron, Tom Hawkins, Shaun Higgins
Rhys Stanley, Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood
Zach Guthrie, Luke Dahlhaus, Brad Close, Tom Atkins

Don’t miss out on other AFL Fixtures for Round 2

Bulldogs vs CarltonMarvel StadiumThursday, March 24th – 7.20pmSeven / Foxtel / Kayo
Sydney vs GeelongSCGFriday, March 25th – 7.20 pmSeven / Foxtel / Kayo
Collingwood vs AdelaideMCGSaturday, March 26th – 1.35 pmFoxtel / Kayo
Essendon vs BrisbaneMarvel StadiumSaturday, March 26th – 4.35 pmFoxtel / Kayo
Port Adelaide vs HawthornAdelaide OvalSaturday, March 26th – 7.40 pmSeven / Foxtel / Kayo
Gold Coast vs MelbourneMetricon StadiumSaturday, March 26th – 8.00 pmFoxtel / Kayo
North Melbourne vs West CoastMarvel StadiumSunday, March 27th – 1.10 pmFoxtel / Kayo
Richmond vs GWSMCGSunday, March 27th – 3.20 pmSeven / Foxtel / Kayo
Fremantle vs StKildaOptus StadiumSunday, March 27th – 6.20 pmFoxtel / Kayo

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Bo Walkden

Bo Walkden

Senior writer & Rumors Analyst, Bo is a postgraduate in biotechnology and has an immense interest in following technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. He is responsible for handling the office staff writers and providing them with the latest updates happenings in the world of technology.

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