Richmond's fixture for Rounds 16 to 23 has been locked in, as confirmed by the AFL on Thursday afternoon.

Following their Round 15 bye, the Tigers will open both Rounds 16 and 17 with back-to-back Thursday night clashes, travelling interstate to face Brisbane at the Gabba before playing Sydney at the MCG. 

Richmond will then be back on the road for Round 18 to take on West Coast at Optus Stadium on Sunday, July 16.

Next up will be two home afternoon MCG clashes in Round 19 (Saturday, July 22 v Hawthorn) and Round 20 (Sunday, July 30 v Melbourne), before back-to-back Marvel matches (Friday, August 4 v Western Bulldogs and Sunday, August 13 v St Kilda).

Richmond's last home game of the 2023 season will be Round 23 against North Melbourne and the Club's annual Member Thank You Round, to be held on Saturday, August 19 at the MCG.

The match details of the Tigers' final-round trip to Adelaide to face Port Adelaide will be finalised closer to Round 24.