A League Grand Final 2022: How to watch online and on Channel 10

The 2022 A-League Grand Final will be held on May 28 at Melbourne’s AAMI Park Stadium. Here’s when, where and how to watch the grand finale along with the prediction.

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Due to the domestic impact of the AFC Champions League on Melbourne City, they haven’t had it easy lately, although they have reached another final. After a disappointing World Cup, Melbourne City missed out on the regular-season title by just a single point ahead of Melbourne Victory with a 2-1 win over Wellington Phoenix on the final day.

In just their third attempt, Western United hopes to break new ground by reaching the Grand Final for the first time. Before Saturday’s highlight, John Aloisi’s club needed two wins to progress, the first being a 1-0 win over Wellington Phoenix.

When and where is the 2022 A-League Grand Final held?

Date: The game will take place on Saturday 28th May 2022

Time: The finals will kick off at 7:45am AEST.

Venue: The game will be played at AAMI Park Stadium in Melbourne. The venue has a capacity of 30,050 players. Buy your tickets now to watch the match from the stadium.

How to Watch A-League Grand Final 2022 on TV and Live Stream?

Sky Sports has the rights to show the 2022 A-League Grand Final on its television network in the United States. You can also tune into BT Sports to see coverage of the full game from the UK. A cable TV network is required to watch the Grand Finals there.

In Australia, 10 Play will broadcast the Melbourne City vs. Western United game for football fans. You can tune in to paramount+ as they reserved the rights to show the live stream of A-League Grand Final 2022 on their channel.

The monthly subscription will only cost you $4.99. So subscribe to the channel and watch the event on your streaming device.

Melbourne City team news:

Hurt: Florin Berenguer, Aiden O’Neill

Doubtful: none

suspended: none

Expected XI:

Tom Glover; Jordan Bos, Curtis Good, Nuno Reis, Kerrin Stokes; Rostyn Griffiths, Tsubasa Endoh, Taras Gomulka; Marco Tilio, Andrew Nabbout, and Stefan Colakovski

Expected Formation: (4-3-3)

Western United:

Hurt: Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Alessandro Diamanti

Doubtful: Steven Lustica

suspended: none

Expected XI: Jamie Young; Ben Garuccio, Leo Lacroix, Josh Risdon, Tomoki Imai; Jerry Skotadis, Neil Kilkenny; Dylan Wenzel-Halls, Adisu Bayew, Lachlan Wales; Alexander Prijovic

Expected Formation: 4-2-3-1


The previous season, Melbourne City emerged victorious from the Australian Football League (A-League), giving them plenty of experience at this point in the season. The hosts are in a good position to defend their title but they will have to do their best this weekend to do so.

Western United have been a dangerous force this season; However, you need to make some adjustments to prevail against a difficult opponent. This season Melbourne City was the more successful squad and gave them the upper hand when we go into this duel.

Forecast: Melbourne City will win the final.

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