Adelaide has two 2016 finalists among its five ‘double up’ opponents in 2017.
The Crows will play both Geelong and Hawthorn twice, as well as Essendon, Port Adelaide and Melbourne, to be coached next year by Crows Hall of Famer Simon Goodwin.
Essendon finished bottom this year but next season will welcome back a number of banned players.
Adelaide’s other home games will be against GWS Giants, Richmond, Fremantle, St Kilda, the Western Bulldogs and Sydney.
For the seventh consecutive season Carlton has avoided a trip to Adelaide to face the Crows.
Port’s home Showdown will be in Round 3 on Saturday night, April 8, and Adelaide hosts the Power in Round 20, on Sunday, August 6.