The 2021 SANFLW fixture will provide Norwood members and supporters the chance to watch the women with six matches at Coopers Stadium.
Round 1 will begin on February 26 against West Adelaide in Friday night footy at the Parade.
However, all eyes will be on the Round 3 match where the Redlegs will host the Double Blues in the South Eastern Derby.
Norwood will face West Adelaide, South Adelaide, North Adelaide, and the Eagles twice in the 11-round home and away season.
In the final round of the season, Norwood will travel to ACH Group Stadium to face the Eagles on Saturday, May 15 at 10.30 am.
From there, the top two sides and the sides who finish 3rd and 4th will play off in two semi-finals before playing a Preliminary Final and Grand Final.
The Grand Final will take place on the weekend of Saturday, June 5.
CEO James Fantasia said he was pleased to see the women’s competition back in full flight.
“After an interrupted season last year, it’s fantastic to see the competition back raring to go for 2021,” said Fantasia.
“Our women have been training hard under our new head coach Mat Creeper and are eager as ever to showcase their work in front of our members and supporters.
“It’s pleasing to see our women return to Coopers Stadium for six home games and hope we can turn Coopers Stadium into a fortress during the 2021 season.
“We welcome the 2021 fixture and look forward to seeing our women in action this year.”
This is also a great opportunity to help support our Female Football Programs by signing up as a Norwood Women’s Member.
Click below to see the full 2020 SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League Fixture:
Easter Saturday Quadruple Header at Adelaide Oval – SANFLW will be showcased at the home of SA footy for the first time with four Statewide Super Women’s League matches in succession on Easter Saturday. Starting at 10.30am on April 3, all eight SANFLW teams will have the opportunity to play at the State’s elite venue.
Top Four clash on Opening Night – The top four SANFLW teams in 2020 will kick off the Statewide Super Women’s League season in a double-header at The Parade under lights on Friday February 26. North Adelaide and South Adelaide will collide in a Grand Final rematch before Norwood hosts West Adelaide in front of the Redlegs’ faithful.
Inaugural Country Match – Central District will confront Sturt at Tanunda Oval in the first Statewide Super Women’s League match to be played in regional SA. Hosted in the Bulldogs’ regional zone, the game will be played under lights from 7pm on Saturday April 24.
More Minor Rounds – An 11-round regular season introduced in 2021, increased from 10 in 2020.
Three-week finals series – The Statewide Super Women’s League Grand Final to be held on the weekend of Saturday June 5, the culmination of a three-week finals series involving the top-four ranked teams at the end of the minor round on May 15.
AFLW National Championships Bye – No matches to be played on the weekend of April 10 to allow SA’s best footballers to line up in the U19 AFLW National Championships.