|Thursday, June 10||STADIUM (NETWORK)||EST||LOCAL|
|Port Adelaide vs. Geelong Cats||Adelaide Oval (SEVEN)||7:40pm||7:10pm|
|Friday, June 11|
|Sydney Swans vs. Hawthorn||SCG (SEVEN)||7:50pm||7:50pm|
|Saturday, June 12|
|Fremantle vs. Gold Coast SUNS||Optus Stadium (FOX)||4:15pm||2:15pm|
|St Kilda vs. Adelaide Crows||Cazalys Stadium (SEVEN)||7:25pm||7:25pm|
|Sunday, June 13|
|North Melbourne vs. GWS GIANTS||Blundstone Arena (FOX)||3:20pm||3:20pm|
|West Coast Eagles vs. Richmond||Optus Stadium (SEVEN)||7:20pm||5:20pm|
|Monday, June 14|
|Melbourne vs. Collingwood||SCG (SEVEN)||3.20pm||3.20pm|
Brisbane Lions, Carlton, Essendon, Western Bulldogs
150 games - Reece Conca (Fremantle), Josh Jenkins (Geelong), Sam Reid (GWS GIANTS)
100 Club games - Charlie Dixon (Port Adelaide)
50 games - Reilly O'Brien (Adelaide Crows), Oscar Allen (West Coast Eagles), Jack Lukosius (Gold Coast SUNS), Michael Hartley (Hawthorn), Lewis Melican (Sydney Swans)
100 games as Senior Coach - Simon Goodwin
Lance Franklin requires two goals to equal Jack Titus' tally of 970 goals to rank sixth in VFL/AFL history.
Lockett 1360, Coventry 1299, Dunstall 1254, Wade 1057, Ablett 1031, Titus 970, Franklin 968, Lloyd 926, Matthews 915, McKenna 874.
Jack Riewoldt requires four goals to reach 700 career goals. 23 players in VFL/AFL history have kicked 700 or more career goals.
Selwood family will hold the new VFL/AFL record for most games by brothers, taking them to 753 games. Daniher (752 games comprising 313 games for Terry, 82 for Neale, 233 for Tony and 124 for Chris), Selwood (752 games comprising 187 games for Adam, 75 games for Troy, 321 games for Joel and 169 games for Scott), Madden (710 games comprising 378 games for Simon and 332 for Justin), Burgoyne (636 games comprising 240 games for Peter and 396 for Shaun), Morwood (611 games comprising 170 games for Paul, 229 for Tony and 212 for Shane), Nankervis (578 games comprising 325 games for Ian and 253 for Bruce), Shaw (562 games comprising 237 for Rhyce and 325 for Heath), McVeigh (557 games comprising 232 for Mark and 325 for Jarrad), Cornes (555 games comprising 255 games for Chad and 300 games for Kane), Coventry (533 games comprising 227 games for Syd and 306 for Gordon).
Joel Selwood will draw level with Ted Whitten in fourth spot, for most games as captain in VFL /AFL history. Stephen Kernahan - 226 games Carlton, Dick Reynolds - 224 games Essendon, Nick Riewoldt - 220 games St Kilda, Ted Whitten - 212 games Footscray, Joel Selwood - 211 games Geelong Cats, Michael Voss - 210 games Brisbane Bears/Lions, Matthew Pavlich -190 games Fremantle, John Nicholls - 188 games Carlton, Wayne Carey - 184 games North Melbourne, Paul Kelly - 182 games Sydney Swans.
Paddy Ryder will equal Chris Johnson's 264 games, to land in tenth spot for most games played by an Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander. Shaun Burgoyne (396 games for Hawthorn), Adam Goodes (372 games for Sydney Swans), Eddie Betts (341 games for Carlton and Adelaide Crows), Andrew McLeod (340 games for Adelaide Crows), Lance Franklin (308 games for Hawthorn and Sydney Swans), Michael O’Loughlin (303 games for Sydney Swans), Gavin Wanganeen (300 games for Essendon and Port Adelaide), Shane Edwards (274 games for Richmond), Darryl White (268 games for Brisbane Lions), Chris Johnson (264 games for Brisbane Lions). Paddy Ryder (263 games for Essendon, Port Adelaide and St Kilda).
The Hawkins family will draw level with the Shaw family in tenth spot, for most games played by a father/single son pair in VFL/AFL history. Fletcher (664 games comprising 264 games for Ken and 400 games for Dustin), Ablett (605 games comprising 248 games for Gary senior and 357 games for Gary Jnr), Tuck (599 games comprising 426 games for Michael and 173 games for Shane), Cloke (589 games comprising 333 games for David and 256 games for Travis), Silvagni (551 games comprising 239 games for Sergio and 312 games for Stephen), Murphy (541 games comprising 246 games for John and 295 games for Marc), Watson (527 games comprising 307 games for Tim and 220 games for Jobe), Kennedy (511 games comprising 241 games for John junior and 270 games for Josh), Scarlett (496 games comprising 212 games for John and 284 games for Matthew), Shaw (471 games comprising 146 games for Ray and 325 games for Heath)), Hawkins (470 games comprising 182 for Jack and 288 for Tom)
TEAMS MEDIA RELEASE TIMINGS
Team Announcements timings for the 2021 Toyota AFL Premiership Season will be as follows from Round 10 onwards:
Thursday games – final teams (18 players, 4 interchange players, 4 emergencies)
Announced Wednesday, 6.20pm AEST
Friday and Saturday games – final teams (18 players, 4 interchange players, 4 emergencies)
Announced Thursday, 6.20pm AEST
Sunday and Monday games – extended squads (18 players, 8 emergencies)
Announced Thursday, 6.20pm AEST
Sunday games – final teams (18 players, 4 interchange players, 4 emergencies)
Announced Friday, 5.00pm AEST
Monday games – final teams (18 players, 4 interchange players, 4 emergencies)
Announced Saturday, 4.30pm AEST
If games are to be played on Tuesday or Wednesday, final teams will be announced at 6:20pm AEST the day prior to the match.
The following players are currently serving a suspension from the AFL Tribunal:
Scott Lycett, Port Adelaide, Four games from Round Eight (One game to serve currently).
Kyle Hartigan, Hawthorn, Three games from Round Ten (Two games to serve currently).
Lachie Plowman, Carlton, Two games from Round Ten
2021 AFLW SIGN & TRADE PERIOD
As a reminder, the 2021 AFL Women’s Sign and Trade Period commenced last Monday, May 31 and will conclude on Friday June 25, 2021.
During this period, Clubs will be permitted to sign up to 27 players, including rookie players. Rookie players in the AFL Women’s Competition are those that have not been listed with any Australian football team for the past three years.
2021 NAB UNDER 19 AFLW CHAMPS, NAB UNDER 17 AFL CHAMPS & NAB UNDER 19 AFL CHAMPS SCHEDULES
Upcoming NAB AFLW Under 19 Championships:
|Postponed||Queensland v Vic Metro||TBC||TBC|
Upcoming NAB AFL Under 19 Championships:
|Thursday 8 July||Allies v Vic Metro||Metricon Stadium||2:00pm|
|Saturday 24 July||SA v Allies||Adelaide Oval/Richmond Oval||12:00pm|
|Saturday 31 July||Allies v WA||BISP||12:00pm|
Upcoming NAB AFL Under 17 Championships:
|Saturday 12 June||Vic Metro v Vic Country||IKON Park||11;00am|
|Sunday 20 June||SA v WA||Richmond Oval, West Adelaide||12:00pm|
|Monday 5 July||Qld v Tas||Southport/Broadbeach/Bond Uni||11.00am|
|NT v NSW/ACT||1:30pm|
|Tuesday 6 July||Vic Metro v SA||Metricon Stadium||11:00am|
|WA v Vic Country||1:30pm|
|Thursday 8 July||Loser Div 2 v Loser Div 2||Metricon Stadium||9:30am|
|Winner Div 2 v Winner Div 2||11:45am|
|* U19 Allies v Vic Metro||2.00pm|
|Friday 9 July||WA v Vic Metro||Southport/Broadbeach/Bond Uni||9:30am|
|SA v Vic Country||11:45am|
The AFL advises Liam Ryan, West Coast Eagles, received a $1000 fine for an Obscene Gesture for an incident during the fourth quarter of the West Coast Eagles vs. Essendon match played at Optus Stadium on Sunday, May 30, 2021.