AFL Fixtures & Results 2017

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Released in October the previous year the annual AFL Fixture is a confirmed draw listing all of the upcoming season’s home and away games. There are 18 AFL teams that face off across the 23-week regular or home and away season leading up to the AFL Finals in September.

All up there are 198 AFL fixtures during that time and for the first time in 2016 the league scheduled two byes into the AFL Draw including one for the week before the AFL finals series before Round 23.

Some of the key dates during the AFL Draw are the Easter Monday clash between the Geelong Cats and Hawthorn Hawks at the MCG and the MCG Anzac Day clash between Collingwood and Essendon.

2017 AFL Fixture

The 2017 AFL Fixtures and dates of the weekly home and away Australian Rules games for this season’s Premiership season are detailed in full below.

For 2017 the AFL sticks to the controversial formula of a post Round 23 Bye. There will also be footy played on Good Friday for the first time in the AFL in 2017.

For complete coverage of the AFL Rounds across the draw make sure to follow the links for full match previews, AFL tips and live AFL betting odds on all games across the 23 week regular season as the AFL Grand Final on Saturday, September 30 approaches!

Highlights of the AFL Fixtures 2017 include:

  • The traditional season opener between Carlton and Richmond at the MCG on Thursday March 23
  • 2016 AFL Grand Final rematch between the Western Bulldogs and Sydney on Friday March 31 in Round 2 at Etihad Stadium
  • A Good Friday clash on Friday April 14 between North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs under the lights at Etihad Stadium
  • The AFL Anzac Day clash on Tuesday April 25 in Round 5 between Essendon and Collingwood at the MCG
  • Collingwood’s 125th birthday bash in Round 7 when they play Carlton at the MCG on May 6
  • Round 8’s clash in China when Port Adelaide and the Gold Coast play at Shanghai on May 14
  • The South Australian Derbies in Round 3 and 20
  • The West Australian Derbies in Round 6 and 17

Note: All times up to Sunday April 2 are AEDT then AEST onwards

2017 AFL Rounds

AFL ROUND 1

AFL Round 1 Fixtures

AFL Round 1

Carlton play Richmond in the traditional AFL Season Opener in Round 1. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Thursday March 23, 2017
  • Carlton 14.5 (89) v 20.12 (132) Richmond, MCG (7.20pm)
Friday March 24, 2017
  • Collingwood 12.14 (86) v 15.10 (100) Western Bulldogs, MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday March 25, 2017
  • Sydney Swans 12.10 (82) v 17.8 (110) Port Adelaide, SCG (4.35pm)
  • St Kilda 13.12 (90) v 18.12 (120) Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns 14.12 (96) v 15.8 (98) Brisbane Lions, Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Essendon 17.14 (116) v 12.19 (91) Hawthorn, MCG (7.25pm)
 
Sunday March 26, 2017
  • North Melbourne 13.15 (93) v 21.10 (136) West Coast Eagles, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Adelaide 22.15 (147) v 14.7 (91) GWS Giants, Adelaide Oval (3.20pm)
  • Fremantle 10.13 (73) v 18.7 (115) Geelong, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)

AFL ROUND 2

AFL Round 2 Fixtures

Thursday March 30, 2017
  • Richmond 14.15 (99) v 11.14 (80) Collingwood, MCG (7.20pm)
Friday March 31, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs 16.14 (110) v 13.9 (87) Sydney Swans, Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday April 1, 2017
  • Hawthorn 13.11 (89) v 16.17 (113) Adelaide, MCG (1.45pm)
  • GWS Giants 24.16 (160) v 8.10 (58) Gold Coast Suns, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Brisbane Lions 12.12 (84) v 17.9 (111) Essendon, Gabba (7.25pm)
  • West Coast Eagles 18.8 (116) v 13.19 (97) St Kilda, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday April 2, 2017
  • Geelong 17.10 (112) v 17.9 (111) North Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Melbourne 13.8 (86) v 9.10 (64) Carlton, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Port Adelaide 22.13 (145) v 8.8 (56) Fremantle, Adelaide Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 3

AFL Round 3 Fixtures

Friday April 7, 2017
  • Sydney Swans 11.13 (79) v 11.14 (80) Collingwood, SCG (7.50pm)
Saturday April 8, 2017
  • North Melbourne 10.7 (67) v 15.19 (109) GWS Giants, Blundstone Arena (1.45pm)
  • Richmond 11.10 (76) v 8.17 (65) West Coast Eagles, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Geelong 20.6 (126) v 13.19 (97) Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Port Adelaide 12.11 (83) v 15.10 (100) Adelaide, Adelaide Oval (7.40pm)
  • Fremantle 13.11 (89) v 10.13 (73) Western Bulldogs, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday April 9, 2017
  • St Kilda 14.23 (107) v 11.10 (76) Brisbane Lions, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Carlton 7.15 (57) v 6.6 (42) Essendon, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns 21.13 (139) v 7.11 (53) Hawthorn, Metricon Stadium (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 4

AFL Round 4 Fixtures

AFL Easter Monday betting

Hawthorn and Geelong face off in the traditional Easter Monday AFL match. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

EASTER ROUND

Thursday April 13, 2017
  • West Coast Eagles 13.13 (91) v 10.5 (65) Sydney Swans, Subiaco Oval (8.10pm)
Friday April 14, 2017
  • North Melbourne 12.14 (86) v 12.17 (89) Western Bulldogs, Etihad Stadium (4.20pm)
Saturday April 15, 2017
  • Melbourne 15.4 (104) v 16.10 (106) Fremantle, MCG (1.45pm)
  • GWS Giants 16.16 (112) v 11.15 (81) Port Adelaide, Manuka Oval (4.35pm)
  • Carlton 12.10 (82) v 17.6 (108) Gold Coast Suns, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Adelaide 24.9 (153) v 13.10 (88) Essendon, Adelaide Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday April 16, 2017
  • Collingwood 7.13 (55) v 9.15 (69) St Kilda, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
  • Brisbane Lions 10.7 (67) v 17.17 (119) Richmond, Gabba (4.40pm)
Monday April 17, 2017
  • Hawthorn 6.12 (48) v 20.14 (134) Geelong, MCG (3.20pm)

AFL ROUND 5

AFL Round 5 Fixtures

AFL Anzac Day match betting

Collingwood and Essendon face off in the AFL Anzac Day clash.

ANZAC ROUND

Friday April 21, 2017
  • Port Adelaide 20.17 (137) v 6.11 (47) Carlton, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Saturday April 22, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs 17.20 (122) v 14.6 (90) Brisbane Lions, Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns 13.8 (86) v 23.15 (153) Adelaide, Metricon Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Sydney Swans 9.9 (63) v 15.15 (105) GWS Giants, SCG (7.25pm)
  • Fremantle 9.13 (67) v 9.8 (62) North Melbourne, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday April 23, 2017
  • St Kilda 13.10 (88) v 19.12 (126) Geelong, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
  • Hawthorn 19.11 (125) v 11.9 (75) West Coast Eagles, MCG (4.40pm)
Monday April 24, 2017
  • Richmond 12.16 (88) v 11.9 (75) Melbourne, MCG (7.25pm)
Tuesday April 25, 2017
  • Essendon 15.10 (100) v 11.16 (82) Collingwood, MCG (3.20pm)

AFL ROUND 6

AFL Round 6 Fixtures

Friday April 28, 2017
  • GWS Giants 11.9 (75) v 9.19 (73) Western Bulldogs, Manuka Oval (7.50pm)
Saturday April 29, 2017
  • Hawthorn 8.7 (55) v 19.16 (130) St Kilda, University of Tasmania Stadium (1.45pm)
  • Carlton 15.7 (97) v 11.12 (78) Sydney Swans, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Brisbane Lions 10.7 (67) v 22.18 (150) Port Adelaide, Gabba (4.35pm)
  • North Melbourne 16.11 (107) v 14.10 (94) Gold Coast Suns, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
  • West Coast Eagles 16.7 (103) v 9.8 (62) Fremantle, Subiaco Oval (8.10pm)
 
Sunday April 30, 2017
 
  • Essendon 10.14 (74) v 17.10 (112) Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Geelong 11.12 (78) v 15.17 (107) Collingwood, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Adelaide 21.14 (140) v 10.4 (64) Richmond, Adelaide Oval (4.40pm)
AFL ROUND 6 Results Wrap-Up: The round started with the first AFL Friday night game to be held in Canberra and we were not let down with an absolute thriller between two genuine AFL premiership contenders in the Western Bulldogs and the GWS Giants, the latter taking the four points. The Hawks and Swans abysmal start to the AFL season only got worse as they both suffered losses. After such a bad start to the season, both teams could find themselves in the unfamiliar scenario of missing September’s AFL Finals action. We have a new premiership favourite in the Adelaide Crows as they easily accounted for the previously unbeaten Richmond in Adelaide during the Round 6 Aussie Rules Results. The upset of the round came when Collingwood bounced back from a disappointing Anzac Day performance to beat the Cats at the MCG.

AFL ROUND 7

AFL Round 7 Fixtures

Collingwood AFL Team

The Collingwood Magpies celebrate their 125th birthday in Round 7 of the AFL Season 2017. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Friday May 5, 2017
  • St Kilda 16.12 (108) v 12.13 (85) GWS Giants, Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday May 6, 2017
  • North Melbourne 22.13 (145) v 13.8 (86) Adelaide Crows, Blundstone Arena (1.45pm)
  • Collingwood 8.8 (56)  v 12.7 (79) Carlton, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Port Adelaide 12.15 (87) v 15.7 (97) West Coast Eagles, Adelaide Oval (4.35pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns 18.16 (124) v 15.9 (99) Geelong, Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Western Bulldogs 11.14 (80) v 11.9 (75) Richmond, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday May 7, 2017
  • Sydney Swans 20.15 (135) v 12.9 (81) Brisbane Lions, SCG (1.10pm)
  • Melbourne 14.7 (91) v 14.10 (94) Hawthorn, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Fremantle 17.14 (116) v 11.13 (79) Essendon, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)
 AFL ROUND 7 Results Wrap-Up: It was a round of upset Aussie Rules results during Round 7 as we got a better gauge of the pretenders and contenders for the Premiership. St Kilda may be a side that is ready to challenge for a top 4 spot as they disposed of the highly rated GWS Giants on Friday night. Carlton spoiled the 125 year anniversary celebrations of arch rivals Collingwood on Saturday afternoon with a spirited victory that is sure to fill the navy blue army with some hope moving forward. The biggest upset of the round came at Etihad Stadium on Saturday when luckless North Melbourne strung together back-to-back wins in a dominate display against the AFL ladder-leaders Adelaide in a result that few would have seen coming. The Western Bulldogs leapfrogged Richmond on the ladder as they won a nail-biter at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night. The Hawks have shown that there may be hope left in the season yet after seeing off a fast finishing and determined Melbourne on Sunday afternoon at the MCG.

AFL ROUND 8

AFL Round 8 Fixtures

Jingwan Stadium

Jingwan Stadium in China will host a Round 8 AFL game between the Suns and Port Adelaide.

Friday May 12, 2017
  • West Coast Eagles 9.15 (69) v 8.13 (61) Western Bulldogs, Subiaco Oval (8.10pm)
Saturday May 13, 2017
  • Hawthorn 17.11 (113) v 11.9 (75) Brisbane Lions, University of Tasmania Stadium (1.45pm)
  • St Kilda 12.13 (85) v 10.6 (66) Carlton, Etihad Stadium (2.10pm)
  • GWS Giants 15.12 (102) v 15.9 (99) Collingwood, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Essendon 17.8 (110) v 13.15 (93) Geelong, MCG (7.25pm)
  • Adelaide 9.12 (66) v 17.5 (107) Melbourne, Adelaide Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday May 14, 2017
  • Richmond 10.10 (70) v 10.12 (72) Fremantle, MCG (1.10pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns 4.14 (38) v 16.14 (110) Port Adelaide, Jiangwan Sports Centre — Shanghai (3.20pm)
  • North Melbourne 11.12 (78) v 18.12 (120) Sydney Swans, Etihad Stadium (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 8 Results Wrap-Up: The upsets continued to happen in a round that was full of drama and controversy. The weekend started with a nail biting encounter in the west with the Eagles continuing their great home record with a win over the Western Bulldogs, which saw West Coast move into the Top 4. It was a spiteful clash at Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon in which the Saints held off a gallant Carlton side. An all-in brawl erupted after the St Kilda players took exception to Carlton skipper Marc Murphy giving Jake Carlisle a spray as he lay on the ground injured. Saturday night dished up two big upsets as Melbourne beat the AFL ladder leaders Adelaide away from home and the Bombers beat the Cats in Melbourne. One of the most anticipated games for quite some time took place in Shanghai on the weekend between Port Adelaide and Gold Coast. There was debate about the attendance at the match but it is certain that the Suns didn’t arrive in the right frame of mind as they were trounced by the Power. The match of the round came on Sunday though, after a David Mundy kick post-siren sunk Richmond hearts as Fremantle moved to within striking distance of the top eight.

AFL ROUND 9

AFL Round 9 Fixtures

Friday May 19, 2017
  • Geelong 16.8 (104) v 12.9 (81) Western Bulldogs, Simonds Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday May 20, 2017
  • St Kilda 10.8 (68) v 18.10 (118) Sydney Swans, Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)
  • GWS Giants 11.12 (78) v 10.15 (75) Richmond, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Brisbane Lions 7.18 (60) v 21.14 (140) Adelaide, Gabba (7.25pm)
  • Collingwood 13.12 (90) v 11.6 (72) Hawthorn, MCG (7.25pm)
Sunday May 21, 2017
  • Essendon 19.11 (125) v 8.16 (64) West Coast Eagles, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Melbourne 13.12 (90) v 15.14 (104) North Melbourne, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Fremantle 13.8 (86) v 7.9 (51) Carlton, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

Byes: Gold Coast Suns, Port Adelaide

AFL ROUND 9 Results Wrap-Up: The latest round of Aussie Rules kicked off with the unveiling of the new stand at Simonds Stadium in Geelong in a see-sawing contest against the Western Bulldogs. After an abysmal defensive performance the week prior with only 40 tackles, Geelong set a club tackling record with 134 to beat the Dogs at their own pressure style of game. It was another week of heartache for Richmond as they would again lose by under a kick, this time to Western Sydney. It was a brave performance despite not taking the points back to Melbourne but this will do little to console the yellow and black faithful. Collingwood have revitalised their AFL season with a huge comeback win at the MCG on Saturday night. Tom Mitchell gathered a massive 50 possessions but could not stop the Pies who were at one stage 43 points behind. The pressure is released slightly for coach Nathan Buckley for another week. After arguably the win of the season last week over the AFL ladder-leading Adelaide Crows, Melbourne again could not string together consecutive wins against the Roos on Sunday afternoon. North Melbourne has now won their past 16 games against the Demons, which is a club record winning streak against any opponent.

AFL ROUND 10

AFL Round 10 Fixtures

SIR DOUG NICHOLLS ROUND

Sir Douglas Nicholls

AFL Round 10 is named after Douglas Nicholls – Aussie Rules Football’s only player to have been knighted. Photo Credit: Supplied.

Thursday May 25, 2017
  • Geelong v Port Adelaide, Simonds Stadium (7.20pm)
Friday May 26, 2017
  • Sydney Swans v Hawthorn, SCG (7.50pm)
Saturday May 27, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs v St Kilda, Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)
  • Melbourne v Gold Coast Suns, TIO Traeger Park — Alice Spings (4.35pm)
  • Richmond v Essendon, MCG (7.25pm)
  • Adelaide v Fremantle, Adelaide Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday May 28, 2017
  • Collingwood v Brisbane Lions, MCG (1.10pm)
  • Carlton v North Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
  • West Coast Eagles v GWS Giants, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 11

AFL Round 11 Fixtures

Thursday June 1, 2017
  • Port Adelaide v Hawthorn, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Friday June 2, 2017
  • Geelong v Adelaide, Simonds Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday June 3, 2017
  • Gold Coast Suns v West Coast Eagles, Metricon Stadium (1.45pm)
  • GWS Giants v Essendon, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
  • North Melbourne v Richmond, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday June 4, 2017
  • Fremantle v Collingwood, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

Byes: Brisbane Lions, Carlton, Melbourne, St Kilda, Sydney Swans, Western Bulldogs

AFL ROUND 12

AFL Round 12 Fixtures

West Coast Eagles

The West Coast Eagles are one of four AFL teams to have a bye in Round 12 in 2017. Photo Credit: WCE.

Thursday June 8, 2017
  • Sydney Swans v Western Bulldogs, SCG (7.20pm)
Friday June 9, 2017
  • Adelaide v St Kilda, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Saturday June 10, 2017
  • Hawthorn v Gold Coast Suns, MCG (1.45pm)
  • Brisbane Lions v Fremantle, Gabba (4.35pm)
  • Essendon v Port Adelaide, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday June 11, 2017
  • Carlton v GWS Giants, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
Monday June 12, 2017
  • Melbourne v Collingwood, MCG (3.20pm)

Byes: Geelong Cats, North Melbourne, Richmond, West Coast Eagles

AFL ROUND 13

AFL Round 13 Fixtures

Thursday June 15, 2017
  • West Coast Eagles v Geelong, Subiaco Oval (8.10pm)
Friday June 16, 2017
  • North Melbourne v St Kilda, Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday June 17, 2017
  • Richmond v Sydney Swans, MCG (1.45pm)
  • Port Adelaide v Brisbane Lions, Adelaide Oval (4.35pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns v Carlton, Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday June 18, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs v Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)

Byes: Adelaide Crows, Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, GWS Giants, Hawthorn

AFL ROUND 14

AFL Round 14 Fixtures

Thursday June 22, 2017
  • Adelaide v Hawthorn, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Friday June 23, 2017
  • Sydney Swans v Essendon, SCG (7.50pm)
Saturday June 24, 2017
  • Collingwood v Port Adelaide, MCG (1.45pm)
  • Brisbane Lions v GWS Giants, Gabba (4.35pm)
  • Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
  • West Coast Eagles v Melbourne, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday June 25, 2017
  • Geelong v Fremantle, Simonds Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Richmond v Carlton, MCG (3.20pm)
  • St Kilda v Gold Coast Suns, Etihad Stadium (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 15

AFL Round 15 Fixtures

Friday June 30, 2017
  • Melbourne v Sydney Swans, MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday July 1, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs v West Coast Eagles, Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)
  • Carlton v Adelaide, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns v North Melbourne, Metricon Stadium (4.35pm)
  • GWS Giants v Geelong, Spotless Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Port Adelaide v Richmond, Adelaide Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday July 2, 2017
  • Essendon v Brisbane Lions, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Hawthorn v Collingwood, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Fremantle v St Kilda, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 16

AFL Round 16 Fixtures

Friday July 7, 2017
  • Adelaide v Western Bulldogs, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Saturday July 8, 2017
  • Hawthorn v GWS Giants, University of Tasmania Stadium (1.45pm)
  • Collingwood v Essendon, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Sydney Swans v Gold Coast Suns, SCG (4.35pm)
  • Brisbane Lions v Geelong, Gabba (7.25pm)
  • St Kilda v Richmond, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday July 9, 2017
  • North Melbourne v Fremantle, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Carlton v Melbourne, MCG (3.20pm)
  • West Coast Eagles v Port Adelaide, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 17

AFL Round 17 Fixtures

Friday July 14, 2017
  • St Kilda v Essendon, Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday July 15, 2017
  • Geelong v Hawthorn, MCG (1.45pm)
  • Port Adelaide v North Melbourne, Adelaide Oval (2.10pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns v Collingwood, Metricon Stadium (4.35pm)
  • GWS Giants v Sydney Swans, Spotless Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Melbourne v Adelaide Crows, TIO Stadium — Darwin (7.40pm)
Sunday July 16, 2017
  • Richmond v Brisbane Lions, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Carlton v Western Bulldogs, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Fremantle v West Coast Eagles, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 18

AFL Round 18 Fixtures

Friday July 21, 2017
  • Adelaide v Geelong, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Saturday July 22, 2017
  • Essendon v North Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)
  • Melbourne v Port Adelaide, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Western Bulldogs v Gold Coast Suns, Cazaly’s Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Sydney Swans v St Kilda, SCG (7.25pm)
  • Fremantle v Hawthorn, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday July 23, 2017
  • Richmond v GWS Giants, MCG (1.10pm)
  • Collingwood v West Coast Eagles, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
  • Brisbane Lions v Carlton, Gabba (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 19

AFL Round 19 Fixtures

MULTICULTURAL ROUND

Friday July 28, 2017
  • Hawthorn v Sydney Swans, MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday July 29, 2017
  • North Melbourne v Melbourne, Blundstone Arena (1.45pm)
  • GWS Giants v Fremantle, Spotless Stadium (2.10pm)
  • Port Adelaide v St Kilda, Adelaide Oval (4.35pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns v Richmond, Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Carlton v Geelong, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday July 30, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs v Essendon, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Collingwood v Adelaide, MCG (3.20pm)
  • West Coast Eagles v Brisbane Lions, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 20

AFL Round 20 Fixtures

Friday August 4, 2017
  • Geelong v Sydney Swans, Simonds Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday August 5, 2017
  • GWS Giants v Melbourne, Maunka Oval (1.45pm)
  • Essendon v Carlton, MCG (2.10pm)
  • Brisbane Lions v Western Bulldogs, Gabba (4.35pm)
  • North Melbourne v Collingwood, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Fremantle v Gold Coast Suns, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday August 6, 2017
  • St Kilda v West Coast Eagles, Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
  • Richmond v Hawthorn, MCG (3.20pm)
  • Adelaide v Port Adelaide, Adelaide Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 21

AFL Round 21 Fixtures

Brisbane Lions

The Brisbane Lions face off in a Queensland Derby against the Suns in Round 21.

Friday August 11, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs v GWS Giants, Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday August 12, 2017
  • Sydney Swans v Fremantle, SCG (1.45pm)
  • Geelong v Richmond, Simonds Stadium (2.10pm)
  • Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns, Gabba (4.35pm)
  • Essendon v Adelaide, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
  • West Coast Eagles v Carlton, Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday August 13, 2017
  • Melbourne v St Kilda, MCG (1.10pm)
  • Hawthorn v North Melbourne, University of Tasmania Stadium (3.20pm)
  • Port Adelaide v Collingwood, Adelaide Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 22

AFL Round 22 Fixtures

Eureka Stadium

Eureka Stadium in Ballarat will host an AFL Round 22 match between the Wesertn Bulldogs and Port Adelaide.

Friday August 18, 2017
  • Adelaide v Sydney Swans, Adelaide Oval (7.50pm)
Saturday August 19, 2017
  • Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide, Eureka Stadium — Ballarat (1.45pm)
  • Collingwood v Geelong, MCG (2.10pm)
  • GWS Giants v West Coast Eagles, Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
  • Gold Coast Suns v Essendon, Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
  • Carlton v Hawthorn, Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday August 20, 2017
  • Melbourne v Brisbane Lions, MCG (1.10pm)
  • St Kilda v North Melbourne, Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
  • Fremantle v Richmond, Subiaco Oval (4.40pm)

AFL ROUND 23

AFL Round 23 Fixtures

Friday August 25 — Monday August 28, 2017
* All times and dates TBC
  • West Coast Eagles v Adelaide, Subiaco Oval
  • Sydney Swans v Carlton, SCG
  • Brisbane Lions v North Melbourne, Gabba
  • Port Adelaide v Gold Coast Suns, Adelaide Oval
  • Collingwood v Melbourne, MCG
  • Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs, Etihad Stadium
  • Geelong v GWS Giants, Simonds Stadium
  • Richmond v St Kilda, MCG
  • Essendon v Fremantle, Etihad Stadium

2017 AFL FINALS SERIES