R3 UPDATE: Tigers to host Pies, Lions-Eagles on hold

The AFL wishes to provide an update on the Round Three fixture of the 2021 NAB AFL Women’s Competition amid current government restrictions in place across the country.

The following matches scheduled for Round Three will remain unchanged and proceed as planned:


Friday, February 12

Geelong v Western Bulldogs at GMHBA Stadium 7.10pm AEDT

Saturday, February 13

GWS v Gold Coast at Blacktown International Sportspark, 3.10pm AEDT

St Kilda v Carlton at RSEA Park, 5.10pm AEDT

Melbourne v North Melbourne at Casey Fields, 7.10pm AEDT

Sunday, February 14

Adelaide v Fremantle, Norwood Oval, 12.40pm ACDT

A change to the fixture for Round Three will see the following match scheduled:

Sunday, February 14

Richmond v Collingwood, Swinburne Centre, 3.10pm AEDT

Arrangements for the Brisbane Lions and the West Coast Eagles will be determined in due course with the AFL working closely with, and being led by, respective governments and health officials.

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Crowds will be in attendance at all matches unless otherwise advised.

Tickets to GMHBA Stadium went on sale for home members at 12:00pm AEDT today Thursday, February 11. On- sale for the general public commenced at 1:00pm AEDT today.

Tickets to all other NAB AFLW matches listed above will go on sale for home members from 10:00am locally, Friday February 12. On-sale for the general public commences at 11:00am local time.

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AFL Head of Women’s Football Nicole Livingstone said the league would continue to take the advice of governments and health officials as it worked through fixtures for upcoming rounds.

"These continue to be unprecedented times and the fixture this year will continue to respond to and reflect the situation across country," Ms Livingstone said.

"We will continue to remain adaptable as we listen to and work closely with each stakeholder to ensure the best possible outcome for everyone in the game. While COVID-19 continues to impact the community, the health and welfare of our players and the community remains the priority and we remain committed to delivering a full season in a safe manner anchored in the advice of respective governments, public health officials and medical experts.

"On behalf of the AFL, I want to thank all clubs, players and the AFLPA, umpires, venues, governments and our broadcast and commercial partners for their understanding and continued support of the NAB AFL Women’s Competition. I also want to acknowledge the on-going support from the AFLW football community this season through memberships, attendances and broadcasts."

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All 2021 NAB AFL Women’s Competition matches will be broadcast live on the Seven Network, FOX FOOTY, Kayo, and via the AFL Live Official App, thanks to Telstra. Matches will also be streamed live via womens.afl and the AFLW Live Official App.

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