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AFLW season seven: Fixture breakdown

A closer look at the Western Bulldogs AFLW season seven fixture.

A closer look at the Western Bulldogs AFLW season seven fixture.

The days

  • One Friday night blockbuster
  • Four Saturday games
  • Three Sunday games

The Bulldogs will enjoy an array of day matches in season seven, with six of their seven confirmed games to be played in an afternoon timeslot. They will also participate in an AFL Grand Final Eve public holiday double-header at the Swinburne Centre (Punt Road Oval) on Friday 23 September, as part of the wider Festival of Football celebrations in the Yarra Park precinct.

The opponents

  • Six Victorian sides
  • Two expansion sides
  • Four interstate sides

The Dogs will meet expansion sides Port Adelaide and Hawthorn for the first time in season seven. They’ll also play North Melbourne, St Kilda and Carlton for the first time since 2021, and will come up against three finalists from the season just passed. The seven sides they won’t play during the home-and-away season are reigning premier Adelaide, Brisbane, Collingwood, Essendon, Gold Coast, Richmond and Sydney.

The venues

  • Two home games at Mars Stadium
  • Two home games at IKON Park
  • Two interstate trips

With VU Whitten Oval unavailable this season due to redevelopment works, the Bulldogs will instead play their home matches across three venues – Mars Stadium, IKON Park and the Swinburne Centre. They are also set to travel interstate twice, featuring in Port Adelaide’s first-ever home match at Alberton Oval, plus a trip West to take on the Eagles at Mineral Resources Park.

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