How to Watch the AFL at Home\n \nFortunately for us, there are many different ways to watch AFL live from home in comfort, regardless of what device you plan on using.\n \n\n\nFree-to-Air: Channel 7 is still the free-to-air broadcast partner of the AFL. While you will find most AFL games on Channel 7, due to their broadcasting rights, they don’t show every game.\n\nFOXTEL: Available on both FOXTEL iQ\/GO and FOXTEL Now, you can easily watch every single AFL game (except the grand final) from your phone, computer or TV depending on your chosen FOXTEL package.\n\nKayo: FOXTEL’s streaming service, Kayo, also allows subscribers to watch every AFL game from the comfort of their own home using the app.\n\nAFL Live Pass: The official app from the AFL, AFL Live Pass lets you watch every match on any modern Apple or Android mobile device.\n\n \n\n \nHow to Watch the NRL at Home\n \nSimilar to the AFL, there are many ways to get your NRL game day fix from the comfort of your home.\n \n\n\nFree-to-Air: Channel 9 is the home of the NRL on free-to-air TV. Due to their broadcasting rights, they will be showing three games per round, one Thursday night game, one Friday night game and a Sunday afternoon game. However, during the finals series, they will be broadcasting every game, including the grand final.\n\nFOXTEL: All NRL games (except the grand final) will be available for watching through FOXTEL iQ\/GO and FOXTEL Now\n\nKayo: FOXTEL’s streaming service, Kayo, will feature every NRL game live on demand, except for the grand final. Instead, a replay will be uploaded to the streaming service soon after the final siren.\n\nNRL Live Pass: All games can be watched through the NRL Official App in the Live Pass section. Telstra customers currently receive free access to NRL Live Pass through most post-paid plans, otherwise, there is a monthly fee.\n\n \n\n \nCreating the Game-Day Atmosphere at Home\n \nOne of the key things missing from home that you find at any live game is the raw atmosphere. Everyone is there to support their team to victory through thick and thin. Although it may seem impossible to completely recreate it, you can get pretty close at home.\n \n\n\nInviting a few friends over: While watching the game alone can be equally as enjoyable, watching it with a few of your friends (even if they go for the other team) can easily create some atmosphere in the room.\n\nDressing up: Dress as you would to a live game with your jersey, beanie and scarf. For those looking to blend comfort and style, wear a long sleeve shirt under your jersey paired with either jeans of chinos. On the other hand, for total comfort, wear your jersey over a t-shirt or under a sweater.\n\nPlay the game loud: Don’t be afraid to turn up the volume on your TV to get into the spirit of the game. That being said, if you and your friends prefer to chat during the match keep it at a reasonable level.\n\nFood and drink: Pies, sausage rolls and hot chips—all of these footy delicacies should make the rounds at your gathering.\n\n \nWhile the atmosphere won’t be exactly the same, at least you will be able to spend quality time with your friends and family as you watch your favourite team compete for glory once again.\n \nShop GAZMAN’s home essentials for the best clothing to wear at home.