2018 Big V Fixture Release


With the season set to kick off on 17 March 2018, 145 teams across 47 associations will compete for 12 divisional championships ranging from State Championship Men/Women right through to Youth League Two Men/Women.

The competition will run through until the final game played on the weekend of 1st/2nd September 2018. 

There will not be any games held on the weekends of 31 March/1 April (Easter Weekend) or 9/10 June (Queen's Birthday - Origin Series).

Defending State Championship Men champions kick their season off on the road in a grand final rematch against arch rivals Waverley, while the newly promoted Keilor Thunder host Corio Bay. In State Championship Women, defending champs Sunbury host Hume City in a big clash. The Thunder women who are new to the women's top flight are on the road to Ringwood in a difficult opener.

The Collingwood All Stars host Melbourne Uni in their Division One Men's debut; while in Division One Women, defending champions Chelsea play host to Western Port and D2W champs Warrnambool host Latrobe City after being promoted. In Division Two Women, Melton returns with a home game against Coburg.

In Youth competitions, Kilsyth kickstart their campaign hosting Blackburn in sight of another Molten Victorian Youth Championship Men's title. Keilor return to the top flight of youth men with a trip to Boroondara to visit Hawthorn. Sandringham travel to newly promoted Warrandyte to start their Molten Victorian Youth Championship women's campaign, while the Venom have a double header as they also travel to Kilsyth in the opening weekend of the season.

Casey host Camberwell in their first Youth League One Men's action, while Sunbury host Chelsea in the same scenario in Youth League One Women. 

Finally, the league re-welcomes the Frankston Blues to the competition as their Youth League Two Men and Women tackle Pakenham throughout the opening weekend.

To view the full 2018 fixture, please click here.

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