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Following the league’s pre-season schedule for the 2021 season, many Melbourne clubs have returned to their spiritual homes to play in the AFL. Will host the feet.
Ahead of the announcement of the first block of domestic and remote fixtures in 2021, the AFL has announced what its shortcomings will look like next year.
All 18 clubs will play two matches in three weeks, hosting Gimelong SSD on February 18 at GMHBA.
As has happened in recent years, most matches will be played in suburban and regional venues.
This includes the AFL men’s game, returning to the historic North Hobart Oval for the first time since 1996 when North Melbourne hosted Adelaide.
The game’s best performance will also go to Wuala for the second year in a row when Port Adelaide will play Carlton, Coffs Harbor, Collingwood Sydney, and Albury Richmond vs. Western Bulldogs.
The Dogs, St. Kilda and Carlton will play at their spiritual homes at Victoria University’s Whiten Oval, RSEA Park and Eiken Park, respectively.
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The AFL executive general manager of Travis World’s broadcasts said the AFL-less Community Niti series plays an important role for both AFL clubs and supporters.
“Our two objectives for pre-season preparation are to give clubs the best opportunity to prepare ahead of the season and to bring supporters from the local and regional communities to the matches,” Mr Ludd said.
“The AFL Comm Community City Series will see football on local grounds across the country and we are really looking forward to connecting the men’s sport with regional and suburban city grounds, allowing fans to put their teams to work in their own backyards. Will be made viewable. ”
2021 AFL Less Community Nitty Series Fix
Thursday, February 18th
Geelong V. Acaden, GMHBA Stadium, 7.10pm AEDT
Friday, February 19th
West Coast V Street Kilda, Leaderville Oval, 4.40pm AWDT
Saturday, February 20
Collingwood v. Hawthorne, Morwell Entertainment Reserve, AEDT at 3.10pm.
GWS Giants v Sydney, Blacktown International Sportspark, 6.10pm AEDT.
Sunday, February 21
Port Adelaide v Carlton, Bennett Oval (Voala), ACDT at 4.40pm.
Friday, February 26th
Fremantle v Melbourne, Fremantle Oval 4.10pm AWDT
Saturday, February 27
Richmond v Western Bulldocks, Lavington Sports Ground at 3.10pm, AEDT.
Gold Coast V Brisbane, Matrix Stadium, 6.40pm AEST.
Sunday, February 28
North Melbourne v Adelaide, North Hobart Oval 2.10pm AEDT
Wednesday, March 3
Sydney also Collingwood, c. S. Coffs International Stadium, 7.10pm AEDT.
Thursday, March 4
St. Kilda v. Geelong, RSEA Park, 7:10 p.m.
Friday, March 5th
GWS VSden, Manuka Oval, 7.40pm AEDT
Saturday, March 6
Western Bulldogs vs. Gold Coast, Victoria University Whiten Oval, 1.40pm AEDT.
Carlton also arrives at Brisbane, Econ Park, AEDT at 4.40pm.
Hawthorne v Port Adelaide, University of Tasmania Stadium, 7.40pm AEDT.
Sunday, March 7
Adelaide v Richmond, Flinders University Stadium (Norlanga), at 12.40pm ACDT.
Melbourne also North Melbourne, Casey Fields, AEDT at 4.10pm.
West Coast V Fremantle, David Grays Arena (Mandurah), 4.10pm AWDT