OPENING ROUND – Three Friday night matches to kick off the 2020 Statewide Super League season, including a blockbuster between reigning premier Glenelg and arch-rival Sturt at ACH Group Stadium.
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTY – A total of 11 Friday night matches (14 on Fridays which includes Good Friday matches) across the season at venues including ACH Group Stadium, Hisense Stadium and Coopers Stadium.
EASTER WEEKEND – Norwood will host fierce rival Port Adelaide on Easter Thursday under lights ahead of three matches on Good Friday, including regular combatants Central District and North Adelaide at X Convenience Oval. Good Friday specialists South Adelaide and Glenelg will go head-to-head at Flinders University Stadium while the Eagles tackle West Adelaide. Sturt will host Adelaide on Easter Saturday.
ANZAC DAY – 2019 premier Glenelg will have its chance to host last year’s Grand Finalist Port Adelaide at ACH Group Stadium on Saturday April 25. This will be one of three matches on the Saturday afternoon, with West Adelaide tackling Norwood at Hisense Stadium on Anzac Eve.
STATE GAME – SANFL will host the WAFL at Adelaide Oval on Saturday May 9, after the AFL clash between Adelaide and Fremantle.
MEN’S & WOMEN’SDOUBLE HEADERS – As many as 10 double-headers across the first five rounds of the Statewide Super League season.
ADELAIDE OVAL DOUBLE HEADERS – Three games will be played as double-headers for Crows and Power AFL fixtures at Adelaide Oval, including South Adelaide facing off against Adelaide’s SANFL side in Round 13 of the SANFL season.
REGIONAL MATCH – Woodville-West Torrens will play in the heart of its country zone when it confronts South Adelaide at Kadina Oval as part of the SA Country Championships on Saturday July 11.
SANFL FINALS – All matches to be played at Adelaide Oval, with the major round kicking off on the AFL-free weekend of August 29-30.
SANFL GRAND FINAL – To be played at Adelaide Oval on Sunday September 20.