The AFL has announced the fixture for Rounds Nine through 12 of the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season which will see matches played every day for 20 straight days.
Round Nine will commence on Wednesday 29 July and matches will be played every single day through the four rounds, 20 days straight, finishing on Monday 17 August.
The unprecedented fixture design will see 33 matches across the 20 days, with games played across Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia as well as matches in Tasmania for the first time in 2020.
The two NSW-based teams, Sydney Swans and GWS GIANTS will travel to Perth where they will play West Coast Eagles and Fremantle along with playing each other.
“Unprecedented times delivers us an unprecedented fixture for the next block of games. This is giving fans a unique opportunity to watch footy in a way we couldn’t normally produce.” AFL General Manager of Clubs and Broadcasting Travis Auld said.
“This season has had so many twists and turns but it has also driven enormous interest from our supporters across the country. Round Seven had the second highest ratings this year and our average TV ratings for games are up 20% on the 2019 average. The numbers show fans are tuning in to watch their teams and now they can watch footy every day for 20 days.”