AFL Grand Final Week 2022: FOX Footy guide


FOX footprints AFL Grand Finale week with AFL 360 Live, special editions of The jump and Best on Ground, Grand Final Parade, The Longest Kick and more.

The action ramps up on Thursday night when AFL 360 will broadcast live to a studio audience for the first time since the fan-favorite show began 12 years ago. Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson will speak with AFL Chief Gillon McLachlan, reigning Norm Smith Medalist Christian Petracca and 2020 Brownlow Medalist Lachie Neale, while award-winning cartoonist Mark Knight will also unveil his AFL Premiership posters.

In the same blockbuster night of footy entertainment, Bounce host Jason Dunstall will battle the often unpredictable squad of Andrew Gaze, Cameron Mooney, Bernie Vince and Ben Dixon in front of a live studio audience. The cheeky five celebrates the best bounce tunes of the season.

Grand Final Eve kicks off Friday with the Grand Final Parade, in which the two competing teams cruise down the Yarra River on boats to turn the much-loved tradition on its head.

That night, Best On Ground will then celebrate the season and feature the top ten moments from the show – all before the biggest studio audience for 2022. Mark Howard, Kath Loughnan, Jonathan Brown, Nathan Buckley and Nick Riewoldt will also perform their first live Sketch, compete in the “What Are You Lovin” moment of a Grand Final Macca and unpack their Top 10 Clangers.

Once Saturday arrives, there’s non-stop fun and analysis for the whole family. The North Melbourne Breakfast leads into the Grand Final Day On Fox which includes the return of Longest Kick at The Yarra. This year’s 2022 kicks superstar line-up includes:

Al Downie (team captain), Collingwood. The new jerk with the big kick.
Chloe Molloy (team captain), Collingwood. An experienced and tough competitor.
Cameron Zurhaar, North Melbourne. The tank will aim to launch the Sherrin over the Yarra.
Charlie Curnow, Carlton. The game’s most athletic forward and 2022 Coleman Medalist.
Darcy Fogarty, Adelaide. After his personal best season – a young tomboy with a brilliant kick.
Jack Ginnivan, Collingwood. Cult figure popular with fans who also wants to entertain off the pitch.
James Sicily, Hawthorn. The Hawthorn Captain who can do it all.
Sam Draper, Essendon. The recipient of the Goal of the Year who has already proven his sure-footedness.
Steven May, Melbourne. The game’s best defender with a big, strong left foot.
Others will also be announced.

After the Longest Kick competition, hosts Jason Dunstall and Ben Dixon handed over to Brad Johnson, Cameron Mooney, David King, Garry Lyon, Jonathan Brown, Jordan Lewis, Kath Loughnan, Leigh Montagna, Nathan Buckley, Nick Riewoldt and Sarah Jones and for their pre-game analysis on Grand Final Day On Fox with the AFL’s own channel, then playing the replay right after the game.



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