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2023 AFLW Fixture

July 26th 2023, 12:00pm, By: admin

The AFLW has become bigger and better every year since its inception in 2017 and with that, the 2023 season promises to be the best yet!

As of last year, all 18 AFL clubs now have a team in the women’s competition and with an extra pre-season under everyone’s belt, you can expect the most competitive and balanced edition of the AFLW in 2023.

The new season will include 10 home and away rounds and four weeks of finals. Only the top eight teams will make the finals, and the structure will be the same as seen in the men’s competition. 

The 2023 AFLW season will get underway on September 1st with a blockbuster battle between Melbourne and Collingwood, while the Grand Final is scheduled to be played on December 3rd

It’s fair to say there’s a lot to look forward to in the upcoming season, and you can see the full 2023 AFLW Fixture below. 

Also, be sure to check out our AFL page regularly where you’ll find our best bets for each and every game of the season thanks to the experts at BeforeYouBet.


2023 AFLW Fixture

All times AEST/AEDT


Friday September 1

Melbourne v Collingwood, Ikon Park (7.20pm)

Saturday September 2

Carlton v Gold Coast Suns, Ikon Park (1.05pm)

Adelaide Crows v Port Adelaide, Norwood Oval (3.05pm)

Geelong Cats v Western Bulldogs, GMHBA Stadium (5.05pm)

Hawthorn v Essendon, Kinetic Stadium (7.15pm)

Sunday September 3

North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos v St Kilda, Blundstone Arena (1.05pm)

Sydney Swans v GWS Giants, North Sydney Oval (3.05pm)

Brisbane Lions v Richmond, Brighton Homes Arena (3.05pm)

Fremantle v West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Oval (5.05pm)



Friday September 8

Richmond v Adelaide Crows, Ikon Park (5.05pm)

Saturday September 9

Gold Coast Suns v West Coast Eagles, Heritage Bank Stadium (11.05am)

Port Adelaide v Brisbane Lions, Alberton Oval (1.05pm)

Sydney Swans v Geelong Cats, North Sydney Oval (1.05pm)

Sunday September 10

Western Bulldogs v Hawthorn, Mars Stadium (1.05pm)

Collingwood v Fremantle, Victoria Park (1.05pm)

North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos v Carlton, Arden Street (3.05pm)

Essendon v St Kilda, Windy Hill (3.05pm)

GWS Giants v Melbourne, Manuka Oval (5.05pm)



Friday September 15

Geelong Cats v North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos, GMHBA Stadium (5.05pm)

Saturday September 16

GWS Giants v Richmond, Blacktown International Sports Park (1.05pm)

Adelaide Crows v Essendon, Unley Oval (3.05pm)

Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, Casey Fields (3.05pm)

Fremantle v Hawthorn, Fremantle Oval (5.05pm)

Sunday September 17

St Kilda v Port Adelaide, RSEA Park (1.05pm)

Collingwood v Gold Coast Suns, Victoria Park (3.05pm)

West Coast Eagles v Carlton, Mineral Resources Park (3.05pm)

Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans, Brighton Homes Arena (5.05pm)



Friday September 22

Hawthorn v Melbourne, Kinetic Stadium (5.05pm)

Saturday September 23

GWS Giants v Adelaide Crows, Manuka Oval (11.05am)

Carlton v Richmond, Ikon Park (1.05pm)

Port Adelaide v Geelong Cats, Alberton Oval (1.05pm)

Sunday September 24

Sydney Swans v West Coast Eagles, Henson Park (1.05pm)

North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos v Brisbane Lions, UTAS Stadium (1.05pm)

Essendon v Fremantle, Windy Hill (3.05pm)

St Kilda v Collingwood, RSEA Park (3.05pm)

Gold Coast Suns v Western Bulldogs, Heritage Bank Stadium (5.05pm)



Thursday September 28

Geelong Cats v Melbourne, GMHBA Stadium (6.15pm)

Friday September 29

Richmond v Fremantle, Ikon Park (1.05pm)

Carlton v Sydney Swans, Ikon Park (4.05pm)

Western Bulldogs v St Kilda, Whitten Oval (7.15pm)

West Coast Eagles v Port Adelaide, Mineral Resources Park (9.15pm)

Saturday September 30

Collingwood v Essendon, AIA Centre (11.05am)

Sunday October 1

North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos v GWS Giants, Arden Street (1.05pm)

Hawthorn v Brisbane Lions, Kinetic Stadium (3.05pm)

Adelaide Crows v Gold Coast Suns, Unley Oval (5.05pm)



Friday October 6

Western Bulldogs v Carlton, Whitten Oval (7.15pm)

Saturday October 7

GWS Giants v West Coast Eagles, Blacktown International Sports Park (1.05pm)

Melbourne v Adelaide Crows, Casey Fields (3.05pm)

St Kilda v Hawthorn, RSEA Park (3.05pm)

Port Adelaide v Sydney Swans, Alberton Oval (5.05pm)

Brisbane Lions v Collingwood, Brighton Homes Arena (7.15pm)

Sunday October 8

Essendon v Geelong Cats, Reid Oval – Warrnambool (1.05pm)

Richmond v Gold Coast Suns, Ikon Park (3.05pm)

Fremantle v North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos, Fremantle Oval (5.05pm)



Friday October 13

Adelaide Crows v Western Bulldogs, Norwood Oval (7.15pm)

Saturday October 14

St Kilda v GWS Giants, RSEA Park (1.05pm)

Geelong Cats v Fremantle, GMHBA Stadium (3.05pm)

Sydney Swans v Hawthorn, Henson Park (3.05pm)

Gold Coast Suns v Brisbane Lions, Heritage Bank Stadium (5.05pm)

Richmond v Essendon, Ikon Park (7.20pm)

Sunday October 15

North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos v Port Adelaide, Arden Street (1.05pm)

Carlton v Collingwood, Ikon Park (3.05pm)

West Coast Eagles v Melbourne, Mineral Resources Park (5.05pm)



Friday October 20

Hawthorn v Richmond, Cazaly’s Stadium – Cairns (7.45pm)

Saturday October 21

Western Bulldogs v Sydney Swans, Whitten Oval (1.05pm)

Brisbane Lions v Adelaide Crows, Brighton Homes Arena (3.05pm)

GWS Giants v Carlton, Henson Park (3.05pm)

Port Adelaide v Gold Coast Suns, Alberton Oval (5.05pm)

Melbourne v North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos, Ikon Park (7.15pm)

Sunday October 22

Collingwood v Geelong Cats, Victoria Park (1.05pm)

Fremantle v St Kilda, Fremantle Oval (3.05pm)

Essendon v West Coast Eagles, Windy Hill (5.05pm)



Friday October 27

Gold Coast Suns v GWS Giants, Heritage Bank Stadium (7.45pm)

Saturday October 28

Melbourne v Fremantle, Casey Fields (1.05pm)

St Kilda v Brisbane Lions, RSEA Park (3.05pm)

Essendon v Carlton, Windy Hill (3.05pm)

West Coast Eagles v Western Bulldogs, Mineral Resources Park (5.05pm)

Richmond v Geelong Cats, Ikon Park (7.15pm)

Sunday October 29

Sydney Swans v Collingwood, Henson Park (1.05pm)

Adelaide Crows v North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos, Unley Oval (3.05pm)

Hawthorn v Port Adelaide, Kinetic Stadium (5.05pm)



Friday November 3 – Sunday November 5

Brisbane Lions v Melbourne, Brighton Homes Arena (TBC)

Carlton v St Kilda, Ikon Park (TBC)

Collingwood v Richmond, Victoria Park (TBC)

Fremantle v Sydney Swans, Fremantle Oval (TBC)

Geelong Cats v Hawthorn, GMHBA Stadium (TBC)

Gold Coast Suns v Essendon, Great Barrier Reef Arena – Mackay (TBC)

Port Adelaide v GWS Giants, Alberton Oval (TBC)

Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos, Whitten Oval (TBC)

West Coast Eagles v Adelaide Crows, Mineral Resources Park (TBC)


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