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AFL releases home and away fixture for 2024 season and Carlton score big
AFL

AFL releases home and away fixture for 2024 season and Carlton score big

Carlton have been rewarded for their stunning preliminary final run with a host of blockbuster games in the 2024 AFL fixture.

The AFL released the first 16 weeks of the season on Thursday and the Blues are among the big winners.

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Carlton will play a whopping eight matches on Thursday or Friday, including the Good Friday clash against North Melbourne.

Grand finalists Brisbane feature in seven primetime matches on Thursday or Friday, while reigning premiers Collingwood have six, as well as the annual Anzac Day and King’s Birthday clashes.

The Magpies will also finish the season strongly with seven of the last eight at the MCG.

Carlton are the big winners in the 2024 fixture. Credit: Getty Images

Adelaide are another big winner, handed six matches on Thursday or Friday.

Hawthorn and West Coast were the only two clubs to miss out on a primetime slot in the first 16 rounds before the fixture moves to a floating system.

Powerhouse Richmond have been snubbed from Friday night altogether, and have just two Thursday night games in 2024.

There will be a double-header on Good Friday with North Melbourne hosting Carlton before Fremantle takes on Adelaide at Optus Stadium later that night.

There will also be two games on Anzac Day with Greater Western Sydney hosting Brisbane in Canberra following the annual Bombers-Pies clash at the MCG.

For the first time, the Showdown will be a standalone primetime match with Adelaide and Port Adelaide locking horns on Thursday night in Round 8.

The first Western Derby will be Round 6, while the Sydney Derby and QClash are both in Round 8.

Your club’s fixture breakdown:

Adelaide

Play twice: Brisbane, Port Adelaide, Sydney, Essendon, Gold Coast, Hawthorn

First four: Gold Coast (A), Geelong (H), Fremantle (A), Melbourne (H)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 15

Last three: Western Bulldogs (H), Port Adelaide (A), Sydney (A)

Thursday/Friday matches: 6

Five-day breaks: 2

Brisbane

Play twice: Collingwood, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne, St Kilda, Adelaide, Gold Coast

First four: Carlton (H), Fremantle (A), Collingwood (H), North Melbourne (H)

Last three: Greater Western Sydney (H), Collingwood (A), Essendon (H)

Bye: Round 2, Round 12

Thursday/Friday matches: 7

Five-day breaks: 1

Carlton

Play twice: Collingwood, Greater Western Sydney, Port Adelaide, Geelong, Richmond, North Melbourne

First four: Brisbane (A), Richmond (H), North Melbourne (A), Fremantle (A)

Last three: Hawthorn (H), West Coast (A), St Kilda (H)

Bye: Round 2, Round 14

Thursday/Friday matches: 8

Five-day breaks: 1

Collingwood

Play twice: Brisbane, Carlton, Melbourne, Sydney, Essendon, Hawthorn

First four: Greater Western Sydney (A), Sydney (H), St Kilda (A), Brisbane (A)

Last three: Sydney (A), Brisbane (H), Melbourne (A)

Bye: Round 5, Round 15

Thursday/Friday matches: 7

Five-day breaks: 1

Essendon

Play twice: Collingwood, St Kilda, Sydney, Adelaide, Gold Coast, West Coast

First four: Hawthorn (H), Sydney (A), St Kilda (H), Port Adelaide (A)

Last three: Gold Coast (H), Sydney (H), Brisbane (A)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 14

Thursday/Friday matches: 4

Five-day breaks: 0

Fremantle

Play twice: Port Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Western Bulldogs, Richmond, West Coast

First four: Brisbane (H), North Melbourne (A), Adelaide (H), Carlton (H)

Last three: Geelong (H), Greater Western Sydney (A), Port Adelaide (H)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 13

Thursday/Friday matches: 3

Five-day breaks: 1

Geelong

Play twice: Carlton, St Kilda, Western Bulldogs, Adelaide, Hawthorn, North Melbourne

First four: St Kilda (H), Adelaide (A), Hawthorn (A), Western Bulldogs (A)

Last three: Fremantle (A), St Kilda (A), West Coast (H)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 14

Thursday/Friday matches: 4

Five-day breaks: 1

Gold Coast

Play twice: Brisbane, Greater Western Sydney, Essendon, Richmond, North Melbourne, West Coast

First four: Richmond (H), Adelaide (H), Western Bulldogs (A), Greater Western Sydney (H)

Last three: Essendon (A), Melbourne (H), Richmond (A)

Bye: Round 3, Round 14

Thursday/Friday matches: 1

Five-day breaks: 1

GWS Giants

Play twice: Brisbane, Carlton, Sydney, Western Bulldogs, Gold Coast, Hawthorn

First four: Collingwood (H), North Melbourne (H), West Coast (A), Gold Coast (A)

Last three: Brisbane (A), Fremantle (H), Western Bulldogs (A)

Bye: Round 3, Round 12

Thursday/Friday matches: 1

Five-day breaks: 1

Hawthorn

Play twice: Collingwood, Greater Western Sydney, Adelaide, Geelong, Richmond, North Melbourne

First four: Essendon (A), Melbourne (H), Geelong (H), Collingwood (A)

Last three: Carlton (A), Richmond (H), North Melbourne (H)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 15

Thursday/Friday matches: 0

Five-day breaks: 0

Melbourne

Play twice: Collingwood, Brisbane, Port Adelaide, Western Bulldogs, Fremantle, West Coast

First four: Sydney (A), Western Bulldogs (H), Hawthorn (A), Port Adelaide (A)

Last three: Port Adelaide (H), Gold Coast (A), Collingwood (H)

Bye: Round 6, Round 14

Thursday/Friday matches: 4

Five-day breaks: 2

North Melbourne

Play twice: Carlton, Western Bulldogs, Geelong, Gold Coast, Hawthorn, West Coast

First four: Greater Western Sydney (A), Fremantle (H), Carlton (H), Brisbane (A)

Last three: West Coast (H), Western Bulldogs (A), Hawthorn (A)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 12

Thursday/Friday matches: 2

Five-day breaks: 0

Port Adelaide

Play twice: Carlton, Melbourne, St Kilda, Adelaide, Richmond, Fremantle

First four: West Coast (H), Richmond (A), Melbourne (H), Essendon (H)

Last three: Melbourne (A), Adelaide (H), Fremantle (A)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 13

Thursday/Friday matches: 5

Five-day breaks: 1

Richmond

Play twice: Carlton, Port Adelaide, St Kilda, Fremantle, Gold Coast, Hawthorn

First four: Gold Coast (A), Carlton (A), Port Adelaide (H), Sydney (H)

Last three: St Kilda (H), Hawthorn (A), Gold Coast (H)

Bye: Round 6, Round 15

Thursday/Friday matches: 2

Five-day breaks: 2

St Kilda

Play twice: Brisbane, Port Adelaide, Essendon, Geelong, Richmond, West Coast

First four: Geelong (A), Collingwood (H), Essendon (A), Richmond (A)

Last three: Richmond (A), Geelong (H), Carlton (A)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 15

Thursday/Friday matches: 4

Five-day breaks: 2

Sydney

Play twice: Collingwood, Greater Western Sydney, Western Bulldogs, Adelaide, Essendon, Fremantle

First four: Melbourne (H), Collingwood (A), Essendon (H), Richmond (A)

Last three: Collingwood (H), Essendon (A), Adelaide (H)

Bye: Round 5, Round 12

Thursday/Friday matches: 5

Five-day breaks: 0

West Coast

Play twice: Melbourne, St Kilda, Essendon, Fremantle, Gold Coast, North Melbourne

First four: Port Adelaide (A), Greater Western Sydney (H), Western Bulldogs (A), Sydney (H)

Last three: North Melbourne (A), Carlton (H), Geelong (A)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 14

Thursday/Friday matches: 0

Five-day breaks: 0

Western Bulldogs

Play twice: Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne, Sydney, Geelong, Fremantle, North Melbourne

First four: Melbourne (A), Gold Coast (H), West Coast (H), Geelong (H)

Last three: Adelaide (A), North Melbourne (H), Greater Western Sydney (H)

Bye: Opening Round, Round 15

Thursday/Friday matches: 5

Five-day breaks: 1

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