The 2020 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football match contested between Richmond and Geelong at the Gabba in Brisbane, Queensland, on Saturday 24 October 2020.It was the 124th annual Grand Final of the Australian Football League (formerly the Victorian Football League), staged to determine the premiers for the 2020 AFL season.
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The 2020 Australian Football League finals series was the 124th annual edition of the VFL/AFL finals series, the Australian rules football tournament staged to determine the winner of the 2020 AFL premiership season. The series was scheduled to be played over 4 weekends in October, culminating in the 2020 AFL Grand Final on 24 October 2020. The top eight teams from the 2020 AFL Premiership season qualified for the finals series. AFL finals series have been played under the current format since 2
Geelong Cats vs Richmond Tigers. Saturday (24th October 7.30) Gabba. Here it is! the biggest match of season 2020. What a year it has been, many thought this season wouldn’t even happen but with a few moves and shakes the AFL season has a Grand Final.
The showdown will feature the two best team which will be the best team in the Australian soil. And the AFL Grand Final 2020 will be the moment of truth. The event is taking place on Saturday, 24 October 2020. The upcoming event will be the 124th edition of the prestigious competition.
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View the complete chronological list of premiership winners from 1897 to present. Year. Premiership team. Runner-up. 2020. Richmond. Geelong. 2019. Richmond.
The 2017 winner Richmond completed the greatest 12-month turnaround in AFL history, after finishing 13th on the ladder in 2016, the Tigers won their first premiership in 37 years in 2017. In 2020, they again won the grand final.
The AFL Grand Final is an Australian rules football match to determine the premiers for the Australian Football League (AFL) season. From its inception until 1989, it was known as the VFL Grand Final, as the league at that time was the Victorian Football League. Played at the end of the finals series, the game has been held annually since 1898 ...