The 2020 AFLW schedule was announced at Melbourne’s Moorabbin Oval, St Kilda’s administration and training base, on October 29, two days before the AFL schedule was revealed. The new season sees the introduction of four expansion teams (Richmond, St Kilda, Gold Coast and West Coast) making it a 14-team competition. The controversial conference system, introduced in the 2019 season, has been retained, with seven teams each in the conference.
The 2022 AFL Women's Schedule:
(dates and times are local in Australia)
A listing of Australian Football League matches available by radio and the internet during the season plus links to our AFANA web apps to use to listen to them. All AFL matches listed are available on afl.com.au and are free, no subscription required or can be listened to by following the instructions here.