Richmond will host Adelaide at the MCG on Sunday, May 30 at 1.10pm before facing Essendon in the regular Saturday night timeslot for Dreamtime at the ‘G on June 5.

Both games will form part of the AFL’s Sir Doug Nicholls Rounds which has been expanded to include two games in 2021.

The league-wide celebration will note the outstanding contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have made to the great game of Australian Football.

Both Adelaide and Essendon are currently sitting just outside the top eight with three and two wins, respectively.

The Crows clash will be broadcast live on FOX FOOTY and Kayo Sports, while the annual Dreamtime fixture will be televised live by Channel 7.

The pre-game ceremony at the most recent Dreamtime at the 'G match in 2019.


Friday, May 28
Western Bulldogs v Melbourne, Marvel Stadium, 7.50pm AEST

Saturday, May 29
Collingwood v Geelong, MCG, 1.45pm AEST
Brisbane v Greater Western Sydney, Gabba, 2.10pm AEST
St Kilda v North Melbourne, Marvel Stadium, 4.35pm AEST
Gold Coast v Hawthorn, TIO Stadium, 7.10pm ACST
West Coast v Essendon, Optus Stadium, 5.40pm AWST

Sunday, May 30
Richmond v Adelaide, MCG, 1.10pm AEST
Sydney v Carlton, SCG, 3.20pm AEST
Port Adelaide v Fremantle, Adelaide Oval, 4.10pm ACST


Friday, June 4
Melbourne v Brisbane, TIO Traeger Park, 7.20pm ACST

Saturday, June 5
St Kilda v Sydney, Marvel Stadium, 1.45pm AEST
Adelaide v Collingwood, Adelaide Oval, 4.05pm ACST
Essendon v Richmond, MCG, 7.25pm AEST

Sunday, June 6
Carlton v West Coast, MCG, 3.20pm AEST
Fremantle v Western Bulldogs, Optus Stadium, 4.40pm AWST

Byes: Geelong, Gold Coast, Greater Western Sydney, Hawthorn, North Melbourne, Port Adelaide