Geelong will once again play nine home games at GMHBA Stadium in the 2019 AFL Premiership season.The draw, released today, revealed that Geelong would take on four interstate teams and five Melbourne teams at home, including the Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide.

The first game at GMHBA Stadium will see the Cats take on the Demons in Round 2, in a chance to avenge their elimination from the 2018 finals. For the second year in a row, the Cats will meet Carlton at GMHBA Stadium, after a 2o-year break.

The cats will play a four home games under lights, including a Friday night game against Adelaide.

Geelong will also meet Essendon at GMHBA Stadium during the JLT Community Series.

2018 GMHBA Stadium Fixture 

Round 2 – Saturday, March 30
Geelong vs Melbourne

Round 4 – Saturday, April 13
Geelong vs GWS Giants

Round 6 – Sunday, April 28
Geelong vs West Coast

Round 9 – Saturday, May 18
Geelong vs Western Bulldog

Round 11 – Saturday, June 01
Geelong vs Sydney

Round 15 – Friday, June 28
Geelong vs Adelaide

Round 17 – Saturday, July 13
Geelong vs St Kilda

Round 21 – Saturday, August 10
Geelong vs North Melbourne

Round 23 – Saturday, August 24
Geelong vs Carlton


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