Full 2021 AFLW draw: Fixtures list and schedule

The new AFLW season is ready to roll. With last year's forced cancellation, teams are again chasing premiers Adelaide.

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The new season gets underway on Thursday 28 January with Carlton facing Collingwood at Ikon Park. This season, there will be a Friday night blockbuster for all eight rounds. The regular season runs through until Sunday 29 March, with the grand final on Saturday 18 April.

This year organisers have reverted to the single ladder format, rather than the two conferences used the past two seasons. All teams are playing nine regular season games before the three-week finals series takes place in April. You can see all the season information in our AFLW online viewing guide.

Matches are being shown on Channel 7, 7mate, Kayo Sports, Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and on the AFLW Offical App and website. You can see our full guide to the season here.

2021 AFLW schedule

Round Date Match Venue Kick-off (AEST) Watch
Preliminary Finals Saturday 10 April Adelaide vs Melbourne Adelaide Oval 3:10 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7mate, AFLW,Womens.afl]
Saturday 10 April Brisbane vs Collingwood Gabba 5:10 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7mate, AFLW,Womens.afl]
Grand Final Saturday 17 April Adelaide vs Brisbane Adelaide Oval 2:00 PM Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 7mate, AFLW,Womens.afl]

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