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Analysis of the Tigers’ 2015 fixture

Gale on fixture Richmond CEO, Brendon Gale, breaks down the 2015 AFL fixture.

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We’ve dissected Richmond’s 2015 fixture to provide you with the most comprehensive examination imaginable of what’s in store for the Tigers next season.


 MCG

  • 14 games all-up at the ‘G’  (12 in 2014)
  • 10 home games  (10 in ’14)
  • 4 away games  (2 in ’14)
  • 6 day games  (6 in ’14)
  • 1 twilight game  (1 in ’14)
  • 7 night games  (5 in ’14)
  • 1 Thursday night game  (1 in ’14)
  • 4 Friday night games  (3 in ’14)
  • 4 Saturday afternoon games  (4 in ’14)
  • 1 Saturday twilight games (0 in ’14)
  • 2 Saturday night game  (1 in ’14)
  • 2 Sunday afternoon games  (2 in ’14)
  • 0 Sunday twilight games  (1 in ’14)

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Etihad Stadium

  • 2 games all-up at Etihad Stadium  (4 in ’14)
  • 1 home game  (1 in ’14)
  • 1 away game  (3 in ’14)
  • 0 day games (2 in ’14)
  • 1 twilight game (0 in ’14)
  • 0 night games (2 in ’14)
  • 0 Saturday afternoon games (1 in ’14)
  • 0 Saturday night games (1 in ’14)
  • 0 Sunday afternoon games  (1 in ’14)
  • 1 Sunday twilight game (0 in ’14)
  • 0 Sunday night game (1 in ’14)

*Note that the final home-and-away fixture for 2015, (v North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium) is a floating one, with date and time to be confirmed late in the season. 


Interstate

  • 6 games all-up interstate  (6 in ’14)
  • 1 Friday night game at Patersons Stadium (v Fremantle)
  • 1 Friday night game at the SCG (v Sydney)
  • 1 Friday night game at Adelaide Oval (v Adelaide)
  • 1 Saturday afternoon game at Blundstone Arena (v North Melbourne)
  • 1 Saturday night game at the Gabba (v Brisbane)
  • 1 Sunday twilight game at Adelaide Oval (v Port Adelaide)


Day by day

  • 1 Thursday night game  (2 in ’14)
  • 7 Friday night games  (4 in ’14)
  • 5 Saturday afternoon games  (6 in ’14)
  • 1 Saturday twilight games (0 in ’14)
  • 3 Saturday night games  (4 in ’14)
  • 3 Sunday afternoon games  (3 in ’14)
  • 1 Sunday twilight game  (1 in ’14)
  • 0 Sunday night game (1 in ’14)
  • 1 Thursday game all-up  (2 in ’14)
  • 7 Friday games all-up  (4 in ’14)
  • 9 Saturday games all-up  (10 in ’14)
  • 4 Sunday games all-up  (5 in ’14)
  • 8 day games all-up (9 in ’14)
  • 2 twilight game all-up (1 in ’14)
  • 11 night games all-up (11 in ’14)


Them’s the breaks

  • 1  14-day break  (0 in ’14)
  • 3  9-day breaks  (1 in ’14)
  • 3  8-day breaks  (6 in ’14)
  • 6  7-day breaks (4 in ’14)
  • 7  6-day breaks (5 in ’14)


Network coverage

  • 6 Foxtel games (7 in ‘14)
  • 15 Channel Seven games (14 in ‘14)


Other fixture facts

  • Play twice:  Carlton, Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, North Melbourne.
  • Play once:  Adelaide, Brisbane, Geelong, Gold Coast, Greater Western Sydney, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Port Adelaide, St Kilda, Sydney, West Coast, Western Bulldogs.
  • Play three of the 2014 finalists twice in 2014 – Essendon, Fremantle, North Melbourne.
  • Interstate trips to:  Brisbane, Hobart, Adelaide (twice), Perth, Sydney.
  • Play at Blundstone Arena in Hobart for the first time.
  • Play Gold Coast in Melbourne for the first time.
  • Play Collingwood twice in a season for the first time since 2007.
  • Play West Coast at the MCG for the first time since 2010.
  • Play four of the first five games, and three of the last four games, at the MCG.
  • Play nine of the last 10 games in Melbourne.
  • Have a bye between the Round 10 match against Fremantle at Patersons Stadium and the Round 12 match against West Coast at the MCG.

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