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Q: Is there a bar in Shenyang that shows the Australian Channel

I am interested in mainly watching Australian Rules Football

6 years 11 weeks ago in  Sports - Shenyang

 
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AFL!!!
Christ all mighty you will want cricket next.
I think you are pushing sh@t up hill . Maybe the pc will be your only option.
Good luck to you

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To be fair, you'd get more luck with the cricket down here than AFL.

 

Honestly, I've never seen Aussie Rules in a bar anywhere in Shenyang and unless one of the Hong Kong providers shows it, you're screwed.

 

Sorry!

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Aussie Rules. I watch every game when I am not in classes. I subscribe to AFLTV here:

afltv.afl.com.au

Sure it costs but the streaming is very good and you satisfy your love of AFL.

Only bar I ever saw AFL footy was Paddy's Bar in Beijing near Sanlitun district.

If you don't want to pay you can also go to afl.com.au and listen to the radio streaming.

Go Pies!

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Are the Brisbane Bears still playing? Lol

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