2020 AFLW fixture

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barrackers

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 4, 2016
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Collingwood

Both the Pies and Eagles have been placed in ‘Conference B’ together with Carlton, Melbourne, Western Bulldogs, Fremantle and St Kilda.

Collingwood will also play two cross-conference games against Brisbane and Geelong.

The Magpies home matches in Melbourne will take place at Victoria Park.

The Pies will also host the Western Bulldogs at Morwell Recreation Reserve in round five. This game will precede Collingwood’s AFL pre-season game against St Kilda.

Collingwood will make two interstate trips in 2020 first meeting the Dockers at Fremantle Oval in round three before taking on the Lions at Hickey Park in round six.

With the AFLW CBA confirmed earlier this week, the 2020 season will compromise of eight home and away matches and three weeks of finals.

Four of Collingwood’s games will be shown on Fox Footy and the remaining four on Channel Seven.
CONFERENCE A

Adelaide (first in A in 2019, premiers)
North Melbourne (third in A in 2019)
Geelong (second in B in 2019)
Greater Western Sydney (third in B in 2019)
Brisbane (fourth in B in 2019)
Gold Coast (new team)
Richmond (new team)

CONFERENCE B

Fremantle (second in A in 2019)
Melbourne (fourth in A in 2019)
Western Bulldogs (fifth in A in 2019)
Carlton (first in B in 2019)
Collingwood (fifth in B in 2019)
St Kilda (new team)
West Coast (new team)
 

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Jen2310

Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 21, 2018
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Collingwood
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Gold Coast Suns, Melbourne Stars
Other than the Weagles. Does any of the formally established sides play anymore the 2 of the debutantes?
That's what I meant. Other than yesterday's game against the eagles.

I've counted all the times established teams play the new ones, and the expansion teams will play everyone else 5 more times. In round 6, the expansion teams play each other.
 

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