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2016 was a big year for the Adelaide Crows with plenty of attacking football, lots of goals and big crowds at South Australia's iconic Adelaide Oval. And all of this effort has paid off for the Adelaide Crows who have received the pick of the time slots and venues for their 2017 AFL season.
The Crows play each of the other AFL teams once, and get to play twice against Port Adelaide Power, Essendon, Melbourne, Hawthorn and Geelong in the 22 round season, with the intent of securing at least 12 wins so that they can make the finals again in September. The Crows home games are as follows :
The Crows will be hoping for a better performance in 2017 than the previous year when they were the league's most attacking side, and made the finals, albeit falling short to a strong finishing Swans outfit in Sydney.
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During the offseason, the Crows have recruited well and have injected five new young draftees from the National Draft, and have supplemented that with the club's first ever father-son recruit being Ben Jarman, the son of Darren Jarman, one of the heroes from Adelaide's successful 1997 and 1998 grand finals.
When coupled with a few retirees and some player delistings from 2016, the average age of the Crows team is now mid-pack at just under 24 years of age, albeit they now have one of the least experienced clubs with players commencing the 2017 season having averaged only 53 games each.
For further details about the Adelaide Crows, their fixtures and game-day tickets, refer to the Adelaide Football Club website or to their facebook page. Or alternatively, sign up to become a member and become one of the vocal crowd who are known affectionately as the 19th Man.