If you’re excited about the AFL 2023 season, then you’re surely a fan of the Charles Brownlow Medal award function, as this prestigious award will be given to the best player of the season. Read this article and learn how to watch the Brownlow Medal live stream online.
|Date||Monday, September 25, 2023|
|Time||7 pm AEST|
|Location||Crown Palladium, Melbourne|
|TV Channel||Channel 7|
Brownlow Medal 2023 Date, Time, and Venue
The Brownlow Medal will be held on Monday, September 25, 2023. Broadcasting will begin at 7:30 p.m. (AEST), with proceedings to start at 8:00 p.m.
The Brownlow Medal night will be held at the Crown Palladium, Melbourne.
How to Watch the 2023 Brownlow Medal on TV
You can watch the Brownlow Medal on Channel 7. They are the official broadcaster of the AFL, and they will broadcast this award ceremony all over Australia.
The award ceremony is available on Channel 7 (#70 or #71); if these channels are unavailable, then Channel 7Mate (#73).
We recommend talking to your cable operator to ensure you have Channel 7 on your TV network. Furthermore, Seven’s free-to-air broadcast on Channel 7 and 7HD will broadcast the Brownlow live.
International viewers can watch the 2023 Brownlow Medal live on the AFL Live Official App. The app is available to download on the App Store and Google Play.
Brownlow Night TV Broadcast Times on Seven
2023 Brownlow Medal Red Carpet
- Sydney: 7.30 pm live on 7mate and 7plus
- Melbourne: 7.30 pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
- Brisbane: 7.30 pm live on 7mate and 7plus
- Adelaide: 7.00 pm live on 7mate and 7plus
- Perth: 5.30 pm live on 7mate and 7plus
2023 Charles Brownlow Medal Count
- Sydney: 8.00 pm live on 7mate and 7plus
- Melbourne: 8.00 pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
- Brisbane: 8.00 pm live on 7mate and 7plus
- Adelaide: 7.30 pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
- Perth: 6.00 pm live on 7mate and 7plus, 7.00 pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
Brownlow Medal 2023 TV Schedule
|Channel||Start Time (AEST)|
|Channel 7 Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth||7:30 pm|
|Channel 7 Sydney and Brisbane||7:30 pm (7mate)|
|Fox Footy||7:30 pm|
|Fox Sports 503||7:30 pm|
|AFL Live Official App (International viewers)||7:30 pm|
How to Stream the Brownlow Medal Live Online
There are options available if you don’t have a cable connection in your home or if you prefer other devices like a PC or mobile. Their official broadcaster, Channel 7, has an online platform where you can stream the Brownlow Medal live on a device or visit their website, 7plus.com.au.
To stream the Brownlow online in 2023, follow the below steps:
- Sign up or log in to 7plus
- Hover over the ‘Sports’ tab
- Click AFL/AFLW
- Click Play on coverage.
Installing 7Plus on your preferred device is very easy. Just follow these simple steps, and you’ll get it done in no time.
- Go to the app store. Different devices have different names for their stores, so select yours.
- Now click on the search icon in the upper right corner and type 7plus.
- A few options might appear. You select the first one. Get it downloaded and installed on your device.
List of Compatible Devices for 7Plus App
If you want to watch Brownlow online, you’ll need to download the 7Plus app from your device’s app store.
So if you’re confused about your device’s compatibility with Channel 7’s online platform, then we’re here to help. We are going to give you a list of devices that are compatible with 7plus.
- Apple iOS
- Android Devices
- Telstra TV
- Samsung TV
- Fetch TV
- Playstation 4 and 5
- LG TV
- Google TV
The Android TV in this list means a TV/Set or Box version of the Android operating system. This version of Android may be found on certain smart TVs and other devices, such as the Nvidia Shield and the Foxtel Now Box.
Brownlow Medal Nominees
The nominees for the 2023 Brownlow Medal are:
- Nick Daicos (Collingwood)
- Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs)
- Christian Petracca (Melbourne)
- Tom Stewart (Geelong)
- Errol Gulden (Sydney)
- Tim Taranto (Richmond)
- Clayton Oliver (Melbourne)
- Lachie Neale (Fremantle)
- Andrew Gaff (West Coast)
- Josh Dunkley (Western Bulldogs)
- Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs)
- Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
What is the Brownlow Medal?
It is an annual Australian Football League (AFL) award ceremony. This award is given to the player who has the best single-game AFL season.
It is a pretty special and prestigious award ceremony. This award function was started in 1924. It was previously named after Charles Brownlow, a former player, and administrator for the Victorian Football League (VFL).
This most prestigious award is given based on the vote from the media, and there is no restriction, so anyone of any position can win this if they played well enough and people liked their performance that particular season. It is usually given to the best player of the season.
In 2007, Gary Ablett played incredibly well, and this was one of the most memorable moments of the award function when he won it. He is a legendary player and has won this award three times in his career.
Previous Brownlow Medal Winners
Here are the winners from 2000, with a large portion coming from elite midfielders of the competition.
|2021||Ollie Wines||Port Adelaide||36|
|2014||Matt Priddis||West Coast||28|
|2013||Gary Ablett Jr.||Gold Coast||28|
|2012*||Trent Cotchin/Sam Mitchell||Richmond/Hawthorn||26|
|2009||Gary Ablett Jr.||Geelong||30|
|2008||Adam Cooney||Western Bulldogs||24|
|2005||Ben Cousins||West Coast||20|
|2004||Chris Judd||West Coast||30|
|2003||Mark Riccuto/Nathan Buckley/Adam Goodes||Adelaide/Collingwood/Sydney||22|
Ineligible to Win the Brownlow Medal
Any player suspended for a week or more is ineligible for the Brownlow Medal.
- Adelaide: Shane McAdam (Round 1), Luke Pedlar (Round 3)
- Brisbane: Dayne Zorko (Round 11), Lincoln McCarthy (Round 16)
- Carlton: Blake Acres (Round 3), Jesse Motlop (Round 6), Matthew Cottrell (Round 14)
- Collingwood: Taylor Adams (Round 5), Jordan De Goey (Round 12)
- Essendon: Zach Merrett (Round 5), Sam Durham (Round 7)
- Fremantle: Matthew Johnson (Round 7), Jaeger O’Meara (Round 11)
- Geelong: Gary Rohan (Round 4), Brad Close (Round 8)
- GWS: Tom Green (Round 5), Callan Ward (Round 6), Lachie Whitfield (Round 14), Nick Haynes (Round 17)
- Hawthorn: Will Day (Round 4), Tyler Brockman (Round 8), James Sicily (Round 11, 13)
- Melbourne: Kysaiah Pickett (Round 1), Tom Sparrow (Round 9), Lachie Hunter (Round 10), James Harmes (Round 12)
- North Melbourne: Jy Simpkin (Round 2), Griffin Logue (Round 3), Aiden Corr (Round 9)
- Port Adelaide: Ryan Burton (Round 2), Tom Jonas (Round 6, 10), Junior Rioli (Round 8)
- Richmond: Nathan Broad (Round 2), Rhyan Mansell (Round 13)
- St Kilda: Anthony Caminiti (Round 5)
- Sydney: Lance Franklin (Round 1), Luke Parker (Round 11), Sam Wicks (Round 14)
- West Coast: Sam Petrevski-Seton (Round 7), Liam Duggan (Round 12)
Everyone is excited for the 2023 AFL season, and this Brownlow Medal is surely a big thing among fans as all of them want their favorite player to win. You can enjoy this award function in Channel 7 and their 7Plus app.