For the 2021 AFLW season see 2021 AFLW season

Coach: Simon Goodwin
Captain: Max Gawn
Finishing Position: TBD
Best and Fairest: TBD
Leading Goalkicker: TBD
Best Young Player: TBD
Major Sponsor: Zurich/Jaguar
Financial result: TBD
Members: TBD

Ladder Playing List Best and Fairest Tribunal Drafts and Trading

Melbourne won their first three matches for the first time since 2005, first four for the first time since 1994, and first six for the first time since 1965.

The AFL introduced new rules intended to increase scoring, including reducing the interchange cap to 75 and forcing players to be stationary when standing the mark.

Due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, Round 11 was played in front of an empty stadium at Docklands, Round 12 was moved from the scheduled venue of Traeger Park to Sydney Showgrounds, and Round 13 was moved from the MCG to SCG. The loss of the Alice Springs and Queens Birthday games cost Melbourne approximately $1.5 million. Revenue from two further home games were lost due to scheduling changes due to further COVID outbreaks. The Round 18 game against Hawthorn was played with no crowd, moved from an originally scheduled 4.35pm start time to a night game. The following week, a game scheduled against Gold Coast at Marrara was swapped with a match against Western Bulldogs, to again be played in front of no crowd at the MCG.

Practice matches

Richmond WIN 93-82

AAMI Community Series

Western Bulldogs LOSS67-106

Premiership Season

1 Fremantle WIN80-58
2 St Kilda WIN91-73
3 Greater Western Sydney WIN102-68
4 Geelong WIN85-60
5 Hawthorn WIN104-54
6 Richmond WIN82-48
7 North Melbourne WIN103-73
8 Sydney WIN67-58
9 Carlton WIN94-68
10 Adelaide LOSE95-96
11 Western Bulldogs WIN87-59
12 Brisbane Lions WIN97-75
13 Collingwood LOSS63-80
14 BYE
15 Essendon WIN68-57
16 Greater Western Sydney LOSS55-64
17 Port Adelaide WIN86-55
18 Hawthorn DRAW79-79
19 Western Bulldogs
20 Gold Coast
21 West Coast
22 Adelaide
23 Geelong



Senior List

1 Steven May
2 Nathan Jones
3 Christian Salem
4 James Harmes
5 Christian Petracca
6 Luke Jackson
7 Jack Viney
8 Jake Lever
9 Charlie Spargo
10 Angus Brayshaw
11 Max Gawn
12 Toby Bedford
13 Clayton Oliver
14 Michael Hibberd
15 Ed Langdon
16 Bailey Laurie
17 Jake Bowey
18 Jake Melksham
19 Fraser Rosman
20 Adam Tomlinson 70
21 Marty Hore
22 Aaron vandenBerg
23 James Jordon
24 Trent Rivers
25 Tom McDonald
26 Sam Weideman
27 Aaron Nietschke 00
28 Majak Daw
29 Jayden Hunt
30 Alex Neal-Bullen
31 Bayley Fritsch
32 Tom Sparrow
33 Oskar Baker
34 Deakyn Smith
35 Harrison Petty
36 Kysaiah Pickett
37 Kade Chandler
38 Mitch Brown
39 Neville Jetta'
40 Kye Declass
41 Jay Lockhart
42 Daniel Turner
44 Joel Smith
46 Austin Bradtke
50 Ben Brown

Best and Fairest


Round 3 Clayton Oliver Melee $1000
Round 3 Jack Viney Melee $1000
Round 3 Charlie Spargo Striking $1000
Round 4 Neville Jetta Dangerous tackle $2000
Round 7 Bayley Fritsch Striking Cleared
Round 8 Steven May Striking $2000 fine
Round 9 Tom McDonald Kneeing $2000 fine
Round 12 Tom Sparrow Rough conduct $2000 fine

Coaching Staff

General Manager of Football Performance - Alan Richardson
Backline coach - Troy Chaplin
Midfield coach - Adem Yze
Forward coach - Greg Stafford
Head of Development - Mark Williams
Casey Demons coach - Mark Corrigan

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