MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 21: Trent Cotchin of the Tigers spoils ahead of Marc Murphy of the Blues during the 2019 AFL round 01 match between the Carlton Blues and the Richmond Tigers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 21, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos/Getty Images)

The 2021 AFL fixture has been released, with times and dates confirmed for rounds 1-6, with rounds 7-23 yet to be decided apart from matchups.

Fixtures from Round 7 will be released in blocks, as seen in the 2020 season.

Two Grand Final rematches are scheduled between Richmond and Geelong for Rounds 8 & 19, while three games have been scheduled for ANZAC Day.

Round 12 byes: Geelong, Gold Coast, GWS, Hawthorn, North Melbourne, Port Adelaide

Round 13 byes: Brisbane, Carlton, Essendon, Richmond, West Coast, Western Bulldogs

Round 14 byes: Adelaide, Collingwood, Fremantle, Melbourne, St Kilda, Sydney


Thursday March 18

Richmond v Carlton, MCG (7:25pm)

Friday March 19

Collingwood v Western Bulldogs, MCG (7:50pm)

Saturday March 20

Melbourne v Fremantle, MCG (1:45pm)

Adelaide Crows v Geelong Cats, Adelaide Oval (4:35pm)

Essendon v Hawthorn, Marvel Stadium (7:25pm)

Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans, Gabba (7:45pm)

Sunday March 21

North Melbourne v Port Adelaide, Marvel Stadium (1:10pm)

GWS Giants v St Kilda, Giants Stadium (3:20pm)

West Coast Eagles v Gold Coast Suns, Optus Stadium (6:10pm)


Thursday March 25

Carlton v Collingwood, MCG (7:20pm)

Friday March 26

Geelong Cats v Brisbane Lions, GMHBA Stadium (7:50pm)

Saturday March 27

Sydney Swans v Adelaide Crows, SCG (1:45pm)

Port Adelaide v Essendon, Adelaide Oval (4:35pm)

St Kilda v Melbourne, Marvel Stadium (7:25pm)

Gold Coast Suns v North Melbourne, Metricon Stadium (8:10pm)

Sunday March 28

Hawthorn v Richmond, MCG (1:10pm)

Western Bulldogs v West Coast Eagles, Marvel Stadium (3:20pm)

Fremantle v GWS Giants, Optus Stadium (6:10pm)


Thursday April 1

Brisbane Lions v Collingwood, Gabba (7:40pm)

Friday April 2

North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, Marvel Stadium (4:20pm)

Adelaide Crows v Gold Coast Suns, Adelaide Oval (7:50pm)

Saturday April 3

Richmond v Sydney Swans, MCG (1:45pm)

Essendon v St Kilda, Marvel Stadium (4:35pm)

West Coast Eagles v Port Adelaide, Optus Stadium (8:10pm)

Sunday April 4

Carlton v Fremantle, Marvel Stadium (3:20pm)

GWS Giants v Melbourne, Manuka Oval (6:10pm)

Monday April 5

Geelong Cats v Hawthorn, MCG (3:20pm)


Thursday April 8

Sydney Swans v Essendon, SCG (7:20pm)

Friday April 9

Port Adelaide v Richmond, Adelaide Oval (7:50pm)

Saturday April 10

Western Bulldogs v Brisbane Lions, Mars Stadium (1:45pm)

St Kilda v West Coast Eagles, Marvel Stadium (4:35pm)

Gold Coast Suns v Carlton, Metricon Stadium (7:25pm)

Collingwood v GWS Giants, MCG (7:25pm)

Sunday April 11

North Melbourne v Adelaide Crows, Marvel Stadium (1:10pm)

Melbourne v Geelong Cats, MCG (3:20pm)

Fremantle v Hawthorn, Optus Stadium (4:40pm)


Thursday April 15

St Kilda v Richmond, Marvel Stadium (7:20pm)

Friday April 16

West Coast Eagles v Collingwood, Optus Stadium (8:10pm)

Saturday April 17

Western Bulldogs v Gold Coast Suns, Marvel Stadium (1:45pm)

Sydney Swans v GWS Giants, SCG (4:35pm)

Carlton v Port Adelaide, MCG (7:25pm)

Brisbane Lions v Essendon, Gabba (7:25pm)

Sunday April 18

Adelaide Crows v Fremantle, Adelaide Oval (1:10pm)

Hawthorn v Melbourne, MCG (3:20pm)

Geelong Cats v North Melbourne, GMHBA Stadium (4:40pm)


Friday April 23

GWS Giants v Western Bulldogs, Manuka Oval (7:50pm)

Saturday April 24

Geelong Cats v West Coast Eagles, GMHBA Stadium (1:45pm)

Gold Coast Suns v Sydney Swans, Metricon Stadium (1:45pm)

Carlton v Brisbane Lions, Marvel Stadium (4:35pm)

Melbourne v Richmond, MCG (7:25pm)

Fremantle v North Melbourne, Optus Stadium (8:10pm)

Sunday April 25

Hawthorn v Adelaide Crows, UTAS Stadium (12:30pm)

Collingwood v Essendon, MCG (3:20pm)

Port Adelaide v St Kilda, Adelaide Oval (6:40pm)