I believe Richmond V Brisbane. It’s Richmonds last home game. It’s probably close but I feel the Lions have more Vic support (Fitzroy). Essendon drew 48,000 in round 4 and it was a run of the mill round 4 game. I feel that the Lions can draw 60,000 in Victoria under the right circumstances. Collingwood has done it. Essendon has drawn 50,000 in sellouts to Marvel. They draw well when at their peak powers.Largest West Coast crowds in Victoria, for home and away games, against Melbourne teams...
Collingwood - 62,957 (2012)
Essendon - 55,096 (1996)
Hawthorn - 50,023 (2012)
Richmond - 45,178 (2015)
St Kilda - 40,177 (2006)
Carlton - 39,611 (2009)
Melbourne - 35,653 (2005)
North Melbourne - 33,181 (2005)
Western Bulldogs - 30,900 (2007)
If you look at peak attendances West Coast is easily the 3rd (and perhaps the 2nd) highest drawing non Victorian team in Melbourne behind Sydney and perhaps Brisbane.
Certainly their Melbourne based attendances, it could be argued, are stronger then Adelaide (Rich v Adelaide drew 54,983 last year) despite the perception that SA teams are great travellers.
What I am interested in is which game out of Richmond v West Coast and Richmond v Brisbane draws the larger crowd
Richmond v West Coast - 55,000
Richmond v Brisbane - 60,000