Richmond v Gold Coast Suns

AFL • Time to be confirmed

(Home team first)

When


Friday 23 Aug 2024

12:00 Local Time

02:00 Your Time

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Richmond Football Club, also known as the Tigers, is an Australian Rules Football team based in Richmond, Victoria. Founded in 1885, the Tigers have a long and illustrious history in the Australian Football League (AFL). They have won 13 Premiership titles, the most recent being in 2019. The team is known for its fierce rivalry with other Melbourne-based clubs, particularly Carlton and Collingwood. Some of the notable players who have donned the yellow and black jersey include Jack Dyer, Kevin Bartlett, and current captain, Trent Cotchin. The Tigers play their home games at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), which has a seating capacity of over 100,000 and provides an electrifying atmosphere for supporters. With a dedicated fanbase and a legacy of success, the Richmond Football Club is undoubtedly one of the most formidable teams in the AFL.

The Gold Coast Suns are an Australian Rules Football team based in Gold Coast, Queensland. They were established in 2009 and joined the Australian Football League (AFL) in 2011, becoming the fifteenth team to join the league. Since their debut, the Suns have competed in the AFL and have made it to the finals twice in 2012 and 2014. The team plays their home games at the Metricon Stadium, a 25,000-seater stadium in Carrara. Some notable players for the Suns include Steven May, Tom Lynch, and Gary Ablett Jr., who have all received individual awards such as AFLCA Champion Player of the Year and All-Australian selections. With a strong team and dedicated fan base, the Gold Coast Suns continue to make their mark in the AFL and showcase their talent on the field.

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