The AFL has confirmed key dates for some of the season's biggest matches, with the Showdown, Western Derby and an ANZAC Day double-header all locked in for 2022.
The league has also revealed a number of matches in the Northern Territory, Tasmania and one match to be held at Cazalys Stadium in Cairns.
The Western Derby will take place the same weekend, likely concluding the third round of the year.
ANZAC Day is set to host a double-header, with the Hawks and Swans battling at UTAS Stadium, Launceston on April 25, likely preceding the traditional clash between the Bombers and Magpies at the MCG.
The Suns are set to play consecutive matches in Darwin against the Hawks and Kangaroos across Round 11 and 12, while the Demons will host the Power at Traeger Park in Round 18.
The AFL confirmed the Round 1 fixture for the 2022 season last week.
Friday, April 22
GWS Giants vs St Kilda, Manuka Oval, 7.50pm AEST
Saturday, April 23
Western Bulldogs v Adelaide, Mars Stadium, 1.45pm AEST
Sunday, April 24
North Melbourne v Geelong, Blundstone Arena, 1.10pm AEST
Gold Coast v Brisbane, Metricon Stadium, 4.10pm AEST
Monday, April 25
Hawthorn v Sydney, UTAS Stadium, 12.30pm AEST
Gold Coast v North Melbourne, TIO Stadium, weekend of June 3-5
Melbourne v Port Adelaide, TIO Traeger Park, weekend of July 15-17
North Melbourne v Hawthorn, Blundstone Arena, weekend of July 22-24