AFLX draft televised by Seven ahead of first games at Marvel Stadium

• AFLX in 2019 will feature four new teams, as well as the first ever AFLX Draft.

After launching the AFLW last weekend, Seven is launching the second season of AFLX on Wednesday February 6.

AFLX in 2019 will feature four new teams, as well as the first ever AFLX Draft.

The teams will be selected on Wednesday February 6, with the four captains building their dream teams at a star-studded draft.

Team captains Jack Riewoldt, Patrick Dangerfield, Eddie Betts and Nat Fyfe will make their selections in a schoolyard-style format from a pool of 100 of their fellow elite players, with each captain allowed a limit of four players per AFL club as part of their 14-man squad.

The captains will be supported by their already appointed vice-captains, with Patrick Cripps suiting up for Riewoldt’s RAMPAGE, Luke Hodge supporting Dangerfield’s BOLTS, Shaun Burgoyne joining Betts’ DEADLY and Marcus Bontempelli pulling on the boots for Fyfe’s FLYERS.

AFLX 2019 will see four teams compete in a round-robin format culminating in a Grand Final between the top two teams. Each match will consist of two 10-minute halves and include the 10-point super goal.

The draft and the tournament will be televised by Seven and Fox Footy.

Seven’s broadcast times for AFLX 2019:

AFLX Draft

Wednesday February 6
• Sydney 7pm on 7mate and 7plus
• Melbourne 7pm on 7mate and 7plus
• Brisbane 7pm on 7mate and 7plus
• Adelaide 7pm on 7mate and 7plus
• Perth 7pm on 7mate and 7plus

AFLX 2019

Friday February 22
• Sydney 7pm LIVE on 7mate and 7plus
• Melbourne 7pm LIVE on Seven and 7plus
• Brisbane 6pm LIVE on 7mate and 7plus
• Adelaide 6.30pm LIVE on Seven and 7plus
• Perth 4pm LIVE on 7mate and 7plus

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