2024 Bond University QAFLW fixture released

The 2024 Bond University QAFLW season will return on Saturday April 6, with eight teams battling for premiership glory over 14 rounds. The fixture includes three competition bye weekends, with an additional bye before the finals begin. 

Last season’s home and away front runners will meet in Round 2, with reigning Premiers Bond University hosting Southport at home.  

Round 3 will see a marquee match on ANZAC Day with Maroochydore playing Yeronga-South Brisbane at Dominos Park.  

The remaining matches on the ANZAC Day weekend will be played on Saturday April 27.  

Umpire Round, which recognises the work of the team in green will be celebrated in Round 5. 

Sir Doug Nicholls Round, a state-wide celebration acknowledging indigenous players and culture, will be recognised in the Bond University QAFLW in Round 6. 

Round 6 will also feature two local derbies when Wilston Grange meets 2023 grand finalists Aspley at Hickey Park, and University of Queensland takes on Yeronga-South Brisbane at Base Architecture Meadows. 

Coorparoo rounds out what is to be a tightly contested season, with a tough run home against Southport and Aspley in the final rounds. 
All teams will have their third competition bye on June 22, to accommodate the representative footy weekend, where Queensland will face Tasmania on the Gold Coast. 
Pride Round, which celebrates and supports diversity and inclusion of LGBTQI+ communities, will be marked on Round 12. 

Mitchell Simpson, AFL Queensland’s Competition Manager said the Bond University QAFLW continues to move from strength to strength and season 2024 will be no exception.  

“Season 2023 saw a tightly fought contest for the premiership with upsets, emphatic victories and maiden finals appearances highlighting a great season” he said.  

“The off-season has seen exciting coach and player signings across many clubs, which will bring a wealth of knowledge to our competition and will continue to develop our players.  

“The Bond University QAFLW competition is a breeding ground for excellent talent, which is evident in the amount of AFLW draftees in 2023 from Queensland. I look forward to seeing what this season brings. 

“I’d also like to acknowledge the ongoing support from Bond University as they head into a ninth season as the QAFLW naming rights partner.” 

The 2024 QAFL fixture was released on Wednesday January 31 and is available here.  

Download 2024 Bond University QAFLW Fixture here.

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