AFLW 2020 Conferences and Fixture

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Full Fixture here: https://womens.afl/matches/2020
Full Fixture explained here: https://www.afl.com.au/staticfile/AFL Tenant/2020-NAB-AFL Women-Fixture.pdf

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)


FINALS STRUCTURE

Week one, April 4-5
Semi-final one: A2 v B3
Semi-final two: B2 v A3
Byes: A1, B1

Week two, April 11-12
Preliminary final one: A1 v winner of B2/A3
Preliminary final two: B1 v winner of A2/B3

Grand Final, April 18
Winners of preliminary finals

Double-headers between AFLW games and both Marsh Community Series and AFL premiership season matches:
  • The first AFLW QClash between Gold Coast and Brisbane will take place in round three at Metricon Stadium before Gold Coast v Geelong in the Marsh Community Series
  • GWS and Geelong will meet in round seven of the AFLW and round one of the AFL at Giants Stadium on Saturday, March 21
  • There will be two games played in Morwell on Sunday, March 8: Collingwood v Western Bulldogs (AFLW) and Collingwood v St Kilda (Marsh Community Series)
  • GWS and Richmond will take over Wagga Wagga on the weekend of March 7-8, with the AFLW match taking place on Saturday, followed by the Marsh Community Series game on Sunday.

Richmond will play its opening game at Ikon Park to allow for the Tigers' massive fan base, with games later in the season to be held at Swinburne Centre (Punt Road) and Elizabeth Oval (Bendigo).
 

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