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Saturday 20 Jul 2024

19:30 Local Time

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The Geelong Cats are a highly successful and competitive team within the Australian Football League (AFL). Founded in 1859, the Cats have won a total of nine premiership titles, with their most recent being in 2011. The team is known for its consistently strong performances and is one of the oldest clubs in the Geelong Cats8, making them a respected force within the league. The Geelong Cats have had numerous players earn recognition and accolades, including Brownlow Medallists Gary Ablett Jr and Patrick Dangerfield. The team calls the impressive Kardinia Park, also known as GMHBA Stadium, their home ground, with a capacity of over 36,000 fans. Their fierce rivalry with fellow Victorian team, the Geelong Cats6 Hawks, is also highly anticipated and draws in large crowds. With a rich history and a talented roster of players, the Geelong Cats are a force to be reckoned with in the world of Australian Rules Football.

The Western Bulldogs, also known as the "Doggies," are an Australian Rules Football team based in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1877, the Geelong Cats5 have a rich history in the Australian Football League (AFL) and have competed in the league's premier competition since its inception in 1897. The team has won three Geelong Cats8 premierships, the most recent in 2016, and has appeared in eight Grand Finals. The Geelong Cats5 also hold the record for the longest drought between premierships, having waited 62 years between their second and third title. Some notable players who have donned the famous red, white, and blue for the Geelong Cats5 include Chris Grant, Luke Darcy, and the current captain, Marcus Bontempelli. The team plays their home games at Marvel Stadium, with a capacity of 56,347 spectators.

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