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Geelong’s 2020 AFL fixture has been unveiled with the Cats to play nine GMHBA Stadium games and two home games at the MCG.

Geelong will host Gold Coast, St Kilda, Brisbane, North Melbourne, West Coast, Melbourne, Western Bulldogs, GWS Giants and Adelaide Crows at GMHBA Stadium in season 2020.

The Cats’ two MCG home games include Hawthorn on Easter Monday and Essendon in the annual Powercor Country Festival.

“The 2020 fixture includes an array of time slots for our home games which is sure to please our members and supporters,” Geelong’s Acting CEO Simon Kelleher said.

“Nine home games at GMHBA Stadium is an acceptable result for the club, the spread of games include two Friday night matches, five afternoon and twilight matches and one Saturday night game against the Brisbane Lions in round seven. 

“Round five could be the highlight of our fixture, potentially with Joel Selwood’s 300th and Gary Ablett’s 350th game milestones will be celebrated at GMHBA Stadium in front of a home crowd.

“Both MCG home games have been fixtured in afternoon, family-friendly timeslots. Easter Monday is a highlight of the season each and every year, and we are already looking forward to round four coming around.

“Next year’s fixture will also see the club host the fifth annual Powercor Country Festival, when we take on Essendon at the MCG on a Saturday afternoon. A great opportunity for families to get to the MCG and experience the festival in Yarra Park prior to the bounce at 4.35pm.”

Highlights of the 2020 Geelong Cats AFL fixture include:  

  • Nine home games at GMHBA Stadium and two at the MCG.
  • 16 games in Victoria, including nine at GMHBA Stadium, five at the MCG and two at Marvel Stadium.
  • 10 primetime games on Friday and Saturday nights plus the club’s annual Easter Monday clash with Hawthorn.
  • 12 games live and free on Channel Seven and all games on Fox Footy, including nine games exclusively.
  • Six Friday night games including two Friday night fixtures at GMHBA Stadium.
  • Geelong to host the 2020 Powercor Country Festival when it takes on Essendon at the MCG in round eight.
  • Potential milestone games: Patrick Dangerfield’s 250th game (round two v Gold Coast), Josh Jenkins’ 200th game (round three v West Coast Eagles), Joel Selwood 300th game (round five v St Kilda), Gary Ablett 350th game (round five v St Kilda), Jake Kolodjashnij’s 100th game (round seven v Brisbane), Jed Bews’ 100th game (round 18 v Collingwood) and Jack Steven’s 200th game (round 18 v Collingwood).
  • Tim Kelly to return to GMHBA Stadium when the Cats take on the West Coast Eagles in Round 16.
  • Opportunities for Geelong members and supporters in Western Australia, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland to see the team live, with interstate trips to those states.
  • Geelong to play West Coast Eagles, Brisbane Lions, GWS Giants, St Kilda and Hawthorn twice.

The views in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of the AFL or its clubs