The AFL website was rebooted yesterday by moving to a new content management system with assistance from Telstra and digital media technology company Pulselive, but it means changes to the Live Pass subscriptions. Here is the notice at the website:
From 5th December 2019, we will no longer be supporting AFL Live Pass subscriptions purchased via the website, afl.com.au/livepass.
If you have purchased a Weekly or Monthly AFL Live Pass subscription via afl.com.au/livepass, your weekly or monthly subscription will be cancelled and will no longer work from 5th December 2019 .
If you have purchased an Annual AFL Live Pass subscription via afl.com.au/livepass, your annual subscription service will be cancelled from 5th December 2019. However, we will automatically extend your subscription until the 31st December 2020 without additional charge, allowing you to log onto the AFL Live Official app and website to access premium content.
If you would like to continue using AFL Live Pass, you can still subscribe via the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store within the AFL Live Official App for $4.99 per week, $16.99 per month or $99.99 for an annual pass.
So it seems you will no longer be able to stream AFL matches on computers from 2020 onwards.