2013 AFL Fixture
The 2013 AFL Fixture has been released.
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The 2013 fixture will retain the key elements from 2012 with a
23-round season for all clubs to play 11 home and 11 away games.
The season structure will have 20 standard rounds of nine matches
and three rounds across rounds 11/12/13 where six matches will be
played each week, enabling six clubs to have a bye in each
The 2013 Toyota AFL Premiership Season will open in South Australia
for the first time since the inaugural year of the Adelaide Crows
in 1991, when the Crows host Essendon at AAMI Stadium on Friday
March 22, 2013. AAMI Stadium, which has served both SANFL football
and AFL football wonderfully well for nearly four decades, will
have its final year as an AFL venue in 2013 and was selected to
open the season for this reason, while Port Adelaide will play the
last home and away match at the venue against Carlton in round
Round One will be played across two weekends with a Fremantle /
West Coast Derby to follow on Saturday March 23, before the
remaining seven matches are played across the Easter period.
A total of 198 home and away matches of season 2013 will be
played in venues throughout every state and territory, with matches
outside the regular capital cities to be played in Cairns (one),
Darwin (two), Hobart (two) Canberra (three) and Launceston (four),
as well as the game in New Zealand.