How to watch the AFL’s 2023 Brownlow Medal live and free on Seven and 7plus

This year’s Brownlow Medal will be a thriller with six players vying for the AFL’s highest individual award.

The early favorite was Collingwood’s young talent Nick Daicos, but after injuring his knee in the final rounds it is Western Bulldogs superstar Marcus Bontempelli, Melbourne star Christian Petracca, Brisbane midfielder Lachie Neale (a previous winner) and Port Adelaide’s up-and-comer Jet Zak Butters Now everyone is considered a good chance.

It promises to be an exciting event and the Seven Network will be there on Monday September 25th to ensure every glittering moment.

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Seven’s exclusive, free live coverage begins at 7:30pm AEST on Channel 7, 7mate and – for the first time on all devices – 7plus.

7AFL commentator Hamish McLachlan and 7NEWS Melbourne’s Rebecca Maddern will be your hosts for the evening direct from Crown Casino in Melbourne.

And the celebrations begin with the famous Brownlow Medal red carpet.

Hamish McLachlan and Rebecca Maddern will be your hosts this evening. Credit: Getty Images

All the glitz and glamor of the red carpet is brought to you by hosts Abbey Gelmi, former AFL star Dale Thomas and Emma Freedman.

You can also follow the action on as we bring you the action and pictures on our live blog.

As a bonus for football fans across the country, Seven has made its exclusive coverage of the Brownlow Medal and the 2023 AFL grand final more accessible than ever before, with both major events available to watch live, free and in HD* on 7plus across all devices.

Lewis Martin, Managing Director of Seven Melbourne and Head of Network Sport, said: “From the glamor of the red carpet to the thrilling final vote count, the Seven Network is thrilled to deliver another epic Brownlow Medal broadcast to all Australians, live and free on Channel 7 and 7plus.

“As we have seen in recent years, the Brownlow Medal is often unpredictable and this year is no different. With young talents Nick Daicos and Zak Butters making a big impact in their second and fifth seasons respectively, as well as players like Marcus Bontempelli and Christian Petracca, the competition’s most experienced players, we’re in for an exciting conclusion.

“Together with the entire broadcaster, Seven has once again put together a team that will bring the biggest stories and historic moments of the evening directly to viewers.

Last year’s winner Patrick Cripps celebrates with Hamish McLachlan in the Crown. Credit: Getty Images

“With new broadcast integrations and technology – including the state-of-the-art Sparklebot slow-motion camera on the red carpet – it’s sure to be a night like no other on Seven and 7plus, Your Home of Footy.”

The Brownlow Medal marks the start of football’s biggest week of the year on Seven as Australia counts down to the AFL grand final on Saturday September 30. Seven will announce full details of its coverage of the big final week in the coming days.

All episodes of Talking Finals, The Front Bar and Armchair Experts will be available to stream on the AFL Hub on 7plus, along with match previews and reviews as well as interviews, bonus player access and on-demand features.

TV times on Seven

2023 Brownlow Medal Red Carpet

Sydney 7:30 p.m. live on 7mate and 7plus

Melbourne 7.30pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

Brisbane 7.30pm live on 7mate and 7plus

Adelaide 7:00 p.m. live on 7mate and 7plus

Perth 5:30 p.m. live on 7mate and 7plus

Number of Charles Brownlow Medals 2023

Sydney 8:00 p.m. live on 7mate and 7plus

Melbourne 8pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

Brisbane 8pm live on 7mate and 7plus

Adelaide 7.30pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

Perth 6pm live on 7mate and 7plus, 7pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

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