The AFL is pleased to announce the fixture for Week Three of the 2022 NAB AFLW Finals Season 7.
Friday, November 18
Brisbane v Adelaide at Metricon Stadium, 6.40pm AEST (Seven)
Saturday, November 19
Melbourne v North Melbourne at Ikon Park, 3.10pm AEDT (Seven)
The Brisbane Lions won their sixth consecutive game to secure a home Preliminary Final, with a commanding 17-point win against Richmond. They will now take on Adelaide Crows at their preferred venue, Metricon Stadium, Friday 18th November after their success following their 12 point win over Collingwood.
Melbourne secured a home Preliminary Final following their 21-point win over the Season Six premiers, the Adelaide Crows. They will now take on North Melbourne at their preferred venue, IKON Park, Saturday 19th November also following their thrilling match defeating Richmond by 36 points.
AFL Executive General Manager Clubs, Finance and Broadcasting Travis Auld said the finals series has been outstanding with great games and fierce competition keeping football fans on edge.
"We’ve had another incredible week of the finals series. Both North Melbourne and Adelaide Crows played outstanding football with exceptional atmosphere across a huge Saturday. The excitement ahead for week three of the finals is palpable," Auld said.
"Week Three will see AFLW Finals hosted at Metricon Stadium and IKON Park."
AFL General Manager Women’s Football Nicole Livingstone said she was looking forward to the week three of finals and acknowledged the two clubs whose season came to an end.
"It’s been an incredible finals series so far, with the top four teams secured. Melbourne, Adelaide Crows, Brisbane Lions and North Melbourne - congratulations to you all so far," Livingstone said.
"Of course, well done to Richmond and Collingwood for everything you have brought to Season Seven. I look forward to seeing you climb back up the ladder and be in contention in Season Eight.
"For Brisbane Lions and Adelaide Crows, this clash will be like no other. We’re expecting a fantastic turn out at Metricon as these teams all season have been so exciting to watch.
"For Melbourne and North Melbourne, they will be both hungrier than ever after Melbourne are chasing that Premiership glory they sorely missed out on in Season Six."
Tickets will go on sale at womens.afl/tickets from Monday 14th November at 2pm local time for members and 4pm local time for public.
Supporters can purchase Finals tickets for the standard $10 (Adult / Concession), while children under 18-years-of-age can attend for free.
All 2022 NAB AFLW Finals Series Season 7 matches will be broadcast live on the Seven Network, FOX FOOTY, and Kayo. Matches will also be streamed live via womens.afl and the AFLW Official App.