The AFL Grand finals are always a big deal and given that about 7.83 million Australians watch AFL, as revealed by a 2014 research by Roy Morgan, a grand final day party comes almost natural. However, for most football lovers, the idea of an AFL party comes with confusion as they do not know how they are going to throw the party, the logistics like where to get AFL bar fridge, what they will need among other things. Read on for insights.
Prepare big TV screens
There is no AFL party without TV screens. You can have two TVs. The main TV screen room should be indoors either in the living room or the theater room. It should be a humongous screen like a 60 –inch HD TV or a projector. This is the only way a watch party can happen. Then the second screen should be a TV screen outdoor by the barbeque. This is to consider the people that will be running the barbeque and also those that want to get outside and enjoy some sun. Additionally, you could try running the radio commentary out so that a great atmosphere can be generated while you attack the afl bar fridge.