Western Bulldogs Fixtures

western bulldogs fixturesThe Bulldogs have a solid first four weeks in the new season with an away match against the GWS Giants to open the season before facing the West Coast Eagles, Essendon and the Sydney Swans in Melbourne in the next three rounds.

They have four Friday night matches and round out the home and away season with reigning premiers Richmond at the MCG.

The Western Bulldogs play the West Coast Eagles, Port Adelaide, Melbourne, North Melbourne and Carlton twice and have the bye in Round 12.

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The Western Bulldogs season draw can be found below. Visit our AFL Fixtures page for home and away fixtures for other AFL teams.

2018 Western Bulldogs Fixtures

Rd Day Date H&A Team Venue Time
1 Sun Mar 25 Away GWS Giants Canberra 1:10pm
2 Sun Apr 1 Home West Coast Etihad 3:20pm
3 Sun Apr 8 Home Essendon Etihad 3:20pm
4 Sat Apr 14 Home Sydney Swans Etihad 4:35pm
5 Sat Apr 21 Away Fremantle Perth 8:10pm
6 Fri Apr 27 Home Carlton Etihad 7:45pm
7 Sat May 5 Home Gold Coast Suns Ballarat 1:45pm
8 Sat May 12 Home Brisbane Lions Etihad 7:25pm
9 Fri May 18 Away Adelaide Crows Adelaide 7:50pm
10 Fri May 25 Away Collingwood Etihad 7:50pm
11 Sat Jun 2 Home Melbourne Etihad 1:45pm
12 BYE
13 Thu Jun 14 Away Port Adelaide Adelaide 7:50pm
14 Sat Jun 23 Home Nth Melbourne Etihad 7:25pm
15 Fri Jun 29 Home Geelong Cats Etihad 7:50pm
16 Sat Jul 7 Home Hawthorn Etihad 7:25pm
17 Sat Jul 14 Away Melbourne MCG 4:35pm
18 Sun Jul 22 Away West Coast Perth 3:20pm
19 Sun Jul 29 Home Port Aelaide Ballarat 3:20pm
20 Sat Aug 4 Away St Kilda Etihad 7:25pm
21 Sun Aug 12 Away Nth Melbourne Etihad 1:10pm
22 Sun Aug 19 Away Carlton Etihad 1:10pm
23 TBC Away Richmond MCG TBC

Learn more about match venues at our AFL Football Grounds info page.

2017 Western Bulldogs Stats

After breaking their premiership drought the previous season it was back to earth for the low flying Bulldogs who finished 10th on the AFL ladder with 11 wins, missing the finals in the process.

Ladder: 10th 22: 11-11-0 (44pts)

Bulldogs 2017 Disposal Stats

Most Kicks: Lachlan Hunter 302
Most Handballs: Luke Dahlhaus 352
Most Disposals: Jackson Macrae 605
Most Marks: Lachlan Hunter 116
Most Goals: Liam Picken 24
Most Hitouts: Jordan Roughead 246

Western Bulldogs 2017 Best & Fairest Results

Marcus Bontempelli made it back-to-back Western Bulldogs best and fairest awards when he captured the 2017 Charles Sutton Medal for the club. Bontempelli scored 185 votes, beating Jason Johannisen 184 by one vote, with Jack Macrae third on 155 votes.

2017 Charles Sutton Medal Top 10

1st: Marcus Bontempelli - 185 votes
2nd: Jason Johannisen - 184 votes
3rd: Jack Macrae - 155 votes

Next: Easton Wood 138, Caleb Daniel 134, Lachie Hunter 125, Matt Suckling 119, Zaine Cordy 119, Shane Biggs 95 and Liam Picken 85.

Western Bulldogs 2017 Brownlow Medal Votes

Best and fairest winner Marcus Bontempelli also topped the Western Bulldogs Brownlow Medal count with 19 votes. Next best were Jack Macrae and Jason Johannisen on 8 and 7 votes respectively.

1st: Marcus Bontempelli - 19 votes
2nd: Jack Macrae - 8 votes
3rd: Jason Johannisen - 7 votes

Next: Luke Dahlhaus 6, Liam Picken 3, Jake Stringer 3, Lachie Hunter 2, Shane Biggs 1, Caleb Daniel 1 and Toby McLean 1.

The Bulldogs scored a total of 51 Brownlow Medal votes.