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Richmond 2018 fixture analysis

richmondfc.com.au  October 31, 2017 9:30 AM

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Richmond will launch the 2018 home and away season when they host Carlton at the MCG on Thursday March 22

We’ve dissected Richmond’s 2018 fixture to provide you with the most comprehensive summary imaginable of what the Tigers will face next season throughout their premiership defence.

 

MCG

  • 14 games all-up (11 in 2017)
  • 10 home games  (10 in ’17)
  • 4 away games  (1 in ’17)
  • 7 day games  (6 in ’17)
  • 6 night games  (4 in ’17)
  • 1 Thursday night game  (2 in ’17)
  • 3 Friday night games  (0 in ’17)
  • 3 Saturday afternoon games  (2 in ’17)
  • 1 Saturday night game  (1 in ’17)
  • 4 Sunday afternoon games  (4 in ’17)
  • 0 Monday night games (1 in ’17)
  • 1 Tuesday night game (0 in ’17)

*Note that the final home-and-away fixture for 2018 v Western Bulldogs at the MCG is a floating one, with date and time to be confirmed late in the season. 

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Etihad Stadium

  • 3 games all-up at Etihad Stadium  (4 in ’17)
  • 1 home game  (1 in ’17)
  • 2 away games  (3 in ’17)
  • 1 day game (1 in ’17)
  • 2 night games (3 in ’17)
  • 1 Thursday night game (0 in ’17)
  • 1 Friday night game (0 in ’17)
  • 1 Sunday afternoon game (1 in ’17)

 

 

Interstate

  • 5 games all-up interstate  (6 in ’17)
  • 1 Thursday night game at Adelaide Oval (v Adelaide)
  • 1 Friday night game at Adelaide Oval (v Port Adelaide)
  • 1 Saturday afternoon game at Metricon Stadium (v Gold Coast)
  • 1 Saturday night game at Spotless Stadium (v GWS)
  • 1 Sunday afternoon game at Perth Stadium (v West Coast, local time)

Sync Richmond's 2018 fixture to your calendar of choice 

Day by day

  • 3 Thursday night games  (2 in ’17)
  • 5 Friday night games  (0 in ’17)
  • 4 Saturday afternoon games  (3 in ’17)
  • 0 Saturday twilight games (1 in ’17)
  • 2 Saturday night games  (6 in ’17)
  • 5 Sunday afternoon games  (5 in ’17)
  • 1 Sunday twilight game (3 in ’17)
  • 0 Monday night games (1 in ’17)
  • 1 Tuesday night game (0 in ’17)
  • 3 Thursday games all-up  (2 in ’17)
  • 5 Friday games all-up  (0 in ’17)
  • 6 Saturday games all-up  (10 in ’17)
  • 6 Sunday games all-up  (8 in ’17)
  • 1 Tuesday game all-up (0 in ’17)
  • 9 day games all-up (8 in ’17)
  • 1 twilight game all-up (4 in ’17)
  • 11 night games all-up (9 in ’17)

 

Them’s the breaks

  • 1  11-day break  (0 in ’17)
  • 2 10-day breaks (0 in ’17)
  • 1  9-day break  (1 in ’17)
  • 4  8-day breaks  (7 in ’17)
  • 5  7-day breaks (5 in ’17)
  • 8 6-day breaks (8 in ’17)
  • 1 5-day break (0 in ’17)

Click here to view Richmond's 2018 fixture

Network coverage

  • 9 Foxtel games (12 in ‘17)
  • 12 Channel Seven games (9 in ‘17)

 

Other fixture facts

  • Play twice:  Adelaide, Geelong, Essendon, St Kilda, Collingwood.
  • Play once:   Carlton, Hawthorn, Brisbane, Melbourne, Fremantle, North Melbourne, West Coast, Port Adelaide, Sydney, GWS, Gold Coast, Western Bulldogs.
  • Play only two of the top six sides of 2017 twice – Adelaide and Geelong.
  • Interstate trips to:  Adelaide (twice), Gold Coast, Perth, Sydney.
  • Play West Coast at the new Perth Stadium in Round 9.
  • Play Geelong twice at the MCG during the home-and-away season for the first time ever.
  • Play Geelong in a Friday night match during the home-and-away season for the first time since 1999.
  • Play Geelong twice in the space of 47 days – Round 13 and Round 20.
  • Play Sydney at Etihad Stadium for the first time since 2006.
  • Play six of the first seven games at the MCG.
  • Play seven of the first eight games in Melbourne.
  • Play four of the last five games at the MCG.
  • Play five of the last six games in Melbourne.
  • Have a bye in Round 14.