18 teams take part in the 2023 AFLW Season, as Australia's leading women's footballers play in 10 home and away rounds plus four weeks of finals to decide the AFLW Premiership.

AFLW - Round 4 - Hawthorn v Melbourne

Round 4 of the AFLW season opens with the Hawthorn Hawks hosting the defending premiers the Melbourne Demons on Friday evening.

AFLW - Round 4 - GWS Giants v Adelaide Crows

Round 4 of the AFLW continues with the GWS Giants taking on the Adelaide Crows at Manuka Oval in Canberra.

AFLW - Round 4 - Carlton v Richmond

Traditional rivals and two inner city Melbourne clubs, the Carlton Blues host the Richmond Tigers in Round 4 of the AFLW.

AFLW - Round 4 - North Melbourne Tasmania v Brisbane Lions

The North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos host the Brisbane Lions in Launceston, Tasmania as Round 4 of the AFLW season continues.

AFLW - Round 4 - St Kilda v Collingwood

The St Kilda Saints take on the Collingwood Magpies in Round 4 of the AFLW.

AFLW - Round 5 - Carlton v Sydney

It's a Festival of Footy, coinciding with the AFL Grand Final weekend. The Carlton Blues host the Sydney Swans in Round 5 of the AFLW.

AFLW - Round 5 - Western Bulldogs v St Kilda

On the eve of the AFL Grand Final, the Festival of Footy continues as the Western Bulldogs make their return to the redeveloped Whitten Oval as they host the St Kilda Saints in Friday Night Footy.

AFLW - Round 5 - Collingwood v Essendon

The Festival of Footy continues with one of the AFL's most traditional rivalries - Collingwood and Essendon - competing on the morning of the AFL Grand Final in Round 5 of the AFLW from Melbourne's Olympic Park precinct.

AFLW - Round 5 - North Melbourne Tasmania v GWS Giants

Round 5 of the AFLW continues with the North Melbourne Tasmania Kangaroos taking on the GWS Giants at Arden Street.

AFLW - Round 5 - Hawthorn v Brisbane Lions

Round 5 is the halfway mark of the AFLW season and Hawthorn take on the Brisbane Lions in Sunday Footy at Frankston.

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