VFL ROUND 12
Friday July 2
Geelong v Essendon, GMHBA Stadium, 4.10pm
Saturday July 3
Box Hill Hawks v Gold Coast Suns, Box Hill City Oval, 11am
Coburg v Carlton, Piranha Park, 1pm
Northern Bullants v Richmond, Preston City Oval, 2pm
Casey Demons v GWS GIANTS, Casey Fields, 7.30pm
Sunday July 4
Footscray v North Melbourne , VU Whitten Oval, 12.05pm
Collingwood v Sandringham, Holden Centre, 12pm
Sydney Swans v Frankston, Avalon Airport Oval, Werribee, 6.30pm
Byes: Aspley, Port Melbourne, Werribee, Williamstown, Southport, Brisbane
The Gold Coast SUNS, GWS GIANTS, Sydney Swans and Brisbane Lions have extended squads in Victoria as part of their travelling party for AFL games. Additional players required to be made up of 19-year-olds from the NAB League.
Aspley, Port Melbourne, Werribee, Williamstown, Southport and Brisbane all had fixtured byes in round 12.
The AFL confirms Aspley Football Club players, coaches and staff that travelled to Melbourne for their round 11 match against the Box Hill Hawks have all tested negative and remain in isolation for 14-days as per current Victorian Government advice after their flight from Brisbane to Melbourne on Friday, June 25 was declared a Tier 1 exposure site. The team will come out of isolation on Friday July 9 with their round 13 match to be rescheduled.
The AFL also welcomes crowds to the VFL in Victoria this weekend with strict capacity limits enforced. Maximum venue capacity 300 people per indoor space and 1,000 people outdoors (density quotient of 1 person per 4sqm).
Please follow VFL Club social channels for ticketing information. All fans must check in with QR codes using the Service Victoria App when attending matches this weekend.
The fixture for the VFL will continue to be a week-by-week proposition for the short-term with a fixture for the remainder of the VFL season to be released shortly. The AFL is committed to working through the rounds plus finals to complete the season.
While COVID-19 continues to impact the community, the health and welfare of our players and the community remains the priority and all matches will operate in a safe manner anchored in the advice of respective governments, public health officials and medical experts.