The reigning AFLW premiers will have a new home ground for most of the 2020 season, with the Crows to play three matches at Richmond Oval.
Unley Oval will host Adelaide’s other home game, which saw 7700 fans cheer on the Crows in Round Six of the 2019 season.
The Crows have been placed in Conference A for 2020, along with Brisbane, Geelong, Greater Western Sydney, North Melbourne and new teams Richmond and Gold Coast.
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Carlton, Collingwood, Melbourne, Fremantle, Western Bulldogs and newcomers St Kilda and West Coast make up Conference B.
There will be two cross-conference games, with Adelaide playing St Kilda and Carlton.
Adelaide’s season will get underway on the road, as the Crows travel to Brisbane to take on the Lions on Saturday, February 8 at 5.10pm AEST.
The first AFLW match at Richmond Oval will be between Adelaide and St Kilda on Sunday, February 16 at 4.40pm ACDT.
In Round Three, the Crows will play Geelong at GMHBA Stadium at 5.10pm AEDT on Sunday, February 23.
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A grand final rematch will take place in Round Four, with Adelaide hosting Carlton at Richmond Oval on Sunday, March 1 at 12.40pm ACDT.
The Crows AFLW team will play in Tasmania for the first time in Round Five, against North Melbourne on Saturday, March 7 at 3.10pm AEDT.
On Sunday March 15 at 2.40pm ACDT, Adelaide will play the Giants in their final match at Richmond Oval.
Adelaide will return to Queensland in Round Seven, this time to play the Gold Coast on Sunday, March 22 at 1.10pm AEST.
The final minor round match of the season will be at Unley Oval, with the Crows taking on Richmond on Sunday, March 29 at 12.40pm ACDT.
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Crows General Manager Football Administration Phil Harper said the Club was pleased with the fixture, saying it suited young families.
“We want to take the game to all areas of Adelaide, so we are looking forward to playing on another suburban ground in Richmond Oval which we think will suit the way we play,” Harper said.
“Unfortunately, Unley Oval was only available for one game late in the season, but we can’t wait to get back to Unley after a fantastic game there last season.
“Sundays were popular with young families last year, so we are glad all our home games are Sunday afternoons so we can continue to nurture young families coming to watch the game and support our women.”
There will be three weeks of finals for the first time, with the semi finals being played on the weekend on April 4-5 and the preliminary finals being held on the weekend of April 11-12.
The grand final will be played on April 18 or 19.
A pre-season start date has also been confirmed, with the team to start training on Monday, November 28.
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Adelaide Crows 2020 AFLW Fixture
|1||Saturday, Feb 8||Brisbane Lions||Hickey Park (FOX)||4:10pm AEST|
|2||Sunday, Feb 16||St Kilda||Richmond Oval (FOX)||4:40pm ACDT|
|3||Sunday, Feb 23||Geelong Cats||GMHBA Stadium (FOX)||5:10pm AEDT|
|4||Sunday, Mar 1||Carlton||Richmond Oval (FOX)||12:40pm ACDT|
|5||Saturday, Mar 7||North Melbourne||North Hobart Oval (SEVEN)||3:10pm AEDT|
|6||Sunday, Mar 15||GWS GIANTS||Richmond Oval (SEVEN)||2:40pm ACDT|
|7||Sunday, Mar 22||Gold Coast SUNS||Fankhauser Reserve (SEVEN)||12:10pm AEST|
|8||Sunday, Mar 29||Richmond||Unley Oval (SEVEN)||12:40pm ACDT|