East Perth will play VFL side Williamstown at Etihad Stadium this Saturday, July 9, and Claremont will host SANFL side Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium next Saturday, July 16, in respective semi-finals.
The Royals defeated the North Ballarat and the Northern Territory Thunder to reach their semi final against Williamstown, while the Tigers took down Clarence and the Northern Bullants.
Supporters can also folow the game live on-line by clicking here
The Grand Final is to be played on Saturday August 6, with a venue to be determined across either WA, SA or Victoria, depending on the match-up of the Grand Final teams.
AFL General Manager Game Development and Market Development David Matthews said the AFL had been delighted with the progress of the inaugural competition.
“The semi-finals see three separate state competitions represented and will feature cross-state match-ups involving two teams from WA and one each from Victoria and South Australia,” Mr Matthews said.
“State league players have had the opportunity to experience the preparation required around travelling to play a match interstate, as well as exposing their clubs and competitions on a national stage,” he said.
Matches played so far in the competition have drawn an average viewing audience of just over 50,000 per match, with the five leading matches in the competition as follows:
QF3 – Claremont Vs Northern Bullants – 75,577 viewers.
Match 6 – Northern Bullants Vs GWS – 72,042 viewers.
QF2 – West Adelaide Vs Williamstown – 67,779 viewers.
Match 1 – Morningside Vs NT Thunder – 57,755 viewers.
Match 2 – East Perth Vs North Ballarat – 51,002 viewers.