The Crows will play a trial game against Greater Western Sydney in Blacktown on Friday, March 7.

The match will be played in the afternoon at a time yet to be determined.

All clubs have been fixtured to play one practice match in the period between March 2-8 after the conclusion of the NAB Challenge, in which the 18 AFL clubs will play 18 matches across every state and territory in Australia in 18 days to open the 2014 season.

Adelaide’s first official game of the year will be a NAB Challenge clash with Port Adelaide at Richmond Oval on Sunday, February 16. The twilight match will start at 4:10pm. The Crows will also play Carlton as part of the AFL’s new ‘18 games in 18 days’ NAB Challenge format.

Adelaide’s will kick off its premiership season campaign against Geelong at Simonds Stadium on Thursday, March 20.

The full practice match fixture is as follows:

Sunday March 2
Gold Coast Suns v Collingwood at Metricon Stadium, (time TBC)

Thursday March 6
West Coast v Fremantle at Patersons Stadium, (time TBC)

Friday March 7
Geelong Cats v North Melbourne at Simonds Stadium, (time TBC)
GWS Giants v Adelaide Crows at Blacktown, (time TBC) 
Carlton v Western Bulldogs at Visy Park, (time TBC)
Richmond v Essendon at Punt Road Oval or Craigieburn, (time TBC)

Saturday March 8
Port Adelaide v St Kilda at Alberton Oval, (time TBC)
Melbourne v Hawthorn at Casey Fields, (time TBC)
Brisbane Lions v Sydney Swans at Burpengary, (time TBC)