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Carlton Blues 2022 AFL TV schedule, squad and team guide

Are the Blues finally ready to launch or are they on track for an eighth-straight season without a finals appearance?

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2021 saw Carlton part ways with coach David Teague after another inconsistent season. In his place they have appointed former Brisbane Lions champion Michael Voss who gets his second chance at coaching an AFL side.

The Blues have recruited Fremantle star Adam Cerra and Swans utility George Hewitt to bolster their already promising midfield stocks. Excitement is growing around Carlton and they are one of the most fascinating teams to watch in 2022.

How to watch Carlton Blues AFL matches

Your viewing options for AFL games in 2022 are free-to-air on Channel 7, Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now and the AFL Live Pass. We have put together a complete AFL viewing guide for you which breaks down all the details.

Channel 7 only shows between 3 and 5 matches per round depending on the region. So for round 1 in Melbourne, if you want to watch blockbusters like Brisbane and Port Adelaide, you'll need a subscription service.

Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now have every game of the home and away season live and of those, Kayo is the most affordable. Subscriptions start at $25 a month, which allows viewing on only 1 screen at a time. For $27.50 a month that gives you access to 2 screens at once. There is also a Premium subscription for $35 a month and that permits viewing on 3 simultaneous streams.

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On top of all the AFL action, you get access to more than 50 other sports on Kayo. It also has a 14-day free trial for new users and comes with a number of special features. SplitView, No Spoilers and Interactive Stats are just some of the options.

Watch Carlton matches overseas

If you are out of Australia during the season, you can still catch the AFL action. The Watch AFL app allows you to stream matches with an Internet connection. You can see a guide here on how to stream the 2021 AFL season from overseas.

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When do Carlton play next?

As is now tradition, Carlton will open their season against Richmond on Thursday night. The game commences at 7:25pm AEDT at the MCG on Thursday 17 March. The complete AFL draw is here.

Round Date Match Stadium Start time (AEDT) How to watch
Round 1 Thursday, 17 March Carlton vs Richmond MCG, VIC 7:25 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7Mate
Round 2 Sunday, 27 March Richmond vs GWS Giants MCG, VIC 3:20 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7Mate
Round 3 Sunday, 3 April St Kilda vs Richmond Marvel Stadium, VIC 4:20 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7Mate
Round 4 Saturday, 9 April Richmond vs Western Bulldogs MCG, VIC 8:25 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7Mate
Round 5 Saturday, 16 April Adelaide Crows vs Richmond Adelaide Oval, SA 5:35 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Round 6 Sunday, 24 April Richmond vs Melbourne MCG, VIC 8:25 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7Mate
Round 7 Friday, 29 April West Coast Eagles vs Richmond Optus Stadium, WA 9:10 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7Mate
Round 8 Saturday, 7 May Richmond vs Collingwood MCG, VIC 2:45 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Round 9 Saturday, 14 May Hawthorn vs Richmond MCG, VIC 2:45 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Round 10 Saturday, 21 May Richmond vs Essendon MCG, VIC 7:30 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Round 11 Friday, 27 May Sydney Swans vs Richmond SCG, NSW 7:50 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel
Round 13 Thursday, 09 June Richmond vs Port Adelaide MCG, VIC 7:20 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7mate
Round 14 Thursday, 16 June Richmond vs Carlton MCG, VIC 7:20 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7mate
Round 15 Saturday, 25 June Geelong Cats vs Richmond MCG, VIC 4:35 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel

Carlton Blues squad

Player Number Name Position
1 Jack Silvagni Forward
2 Paddy Dow Midfielder
3 Jesse Motlop Forward
4 Lochie O'Brien Midfielder
5 Adam Cerra Midfielder
6 Zac Williams Defender
7 Matthew Kennedy Midfielder
8 Lachie Fogarty Forward
9 Patrick Cripps Midfielder
10 Harry Mckay Key Forward
11 Mitch Mcgovern Key Forward
12 Tom De Koning Ruck
13 Liam Stocker Defender
14 Liam Jones Key Defender
15 Sam Docherty Defender
16 Jack Carroll Midfielder
17 Brodie Kemp Key Defender
18 Sam Walsh Midfielder
19 Corey Durdin Midfielder
20 Lachie Plowman Defender
21 Jack Martin Midfielder
22 Caleb Marchbank Defender
23 Jacob Weitering Key Defender
24 Nic Newman Defender
25 Zac Fisher Midfielder
26 Luke Parks Key Defender
27 Marc Pittonet Ruck
28 David Cuningham Forward
29 George Hewett Midfielder
30 Charlie Curnow Key Forward
31 Tom Williamson Defender
32 Jack Newnes Midfielder
33 Lewis Young Key Defender
34 Sam Philp Forward
35 Ed Curnow Midfielder
36 Josh Honey Forward
37 Jordan Boyd Defender
39 Oscar Mcdonald Key Forward
41 Domanic Akuei Ruck
42 Adam Saad Defender
43 Will Setterfield Midfielder
44 Matthew Owies Forward
45 Alex Mirkov Ruck
46 Matthew Cottrell Midfielder

Carlton Blues history

The Blues have a rich history. Founded in 1864 in Carlton, they were 1 of the AFL's (previously the Victorian Football League) 8 founding member clubs in 1896.

Over their time in the competition, they have won 16 senior VFL/AFL premierships, equal with Essendon as the most of any club. Their last premiership win was in 1995.

The Blues also fielded a team in the AFLW since its establishment in 2017. They play their home games at either Marvel Stadium or the MCG.

Image source: Carlton Blues team website

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