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The 2020 AFLW Season as the 3rd season of elite women's Australian Rules competition. The season featured 14 teams each associated with a current men's AFL team. The season commenced on 7th of February and finished on the 22nd March.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Gold Coast, Richmond, St Kilda and West Coast all joined the competition. As a result the conferences were increased to two lots of seven. There was an increase to 8 games per team, with six games against each of the teams conference members, one against a cross conference rival and two cross-conference matches. This year conferences were decided by a range of factors including competitiveness and list strength. The finals now included the top 3 teams from each conference, with the the first place in each conference obtaining a first round bye.

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the last two rounds were cancelled and finals began at an earlier date. The finals was expanded to hold eight teams instead of 6, with a single 8 team knockout. Although following week one of finals the season was cancelled.

Final Ladder[edit | edit source]

Conference A[edit | edit source]

Position Team Played Won Loss Draw Percentage (%) Points
1 North Melbourne Tasmania Kangaroos 6 5 1 0 227.2 20
2 Greater Western Sydney Giants 6 4 2 0 119.7 16
3 Brisbane Lions 6 3 2 1 107.0 14
4 Gold Coast Suns 6 2 3 1 84.0 10
5 Geelong Cats 6 2 4 0 80.8 8
6 Adelaide Crows 6 2 4 0 80.4 8
7 Richmond Tigers 6 0 6 0 35.7 0

Conference B[edit | edit source]

Position Team Played Win Loss Draw Percentage (%) Points
1 Fremantle Dockers 6 6 0 0 154.7 24
2 Carlton Blues 6 5 1 0 151.8 20
3 Melbourne Demon 6 4 2 0 164.5 16
4 Collingwood Magpies 6 4 2 0 153.7 16
5 St Kilda Saints 6 2 4 0 90.6 8
6 Western Bulldogs 6 1 5 0 72.8 4
7 West Coast Eagles 6 1 5 0 33.2 4

Finals[edit | edit source]

       
                                       
North Melbourne/Tasmania  
Collingwood  
  North Melbourne  
 
  Carlton  
Carlton
Brisbane  
  N/A (Cancelled)
  N/A (Cancelled)
Fremantle  
Gold Coast  
  Fremantle
 
  Melbourne  
Greater Western Sydney
Melbourne  
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