West Coast fans will have plenty of opportunities to cheer on the club’s AFLW side next year, with the Eagles to play six of their nine regular season games in Perth.

The Eagles will start their second AFLW campaign on the road against Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium on Saturday, January 30, but the club’s next four matches are scheduled to take place on home soil.

West Coast will kick start its run of local games against fellow 2020 expansion club Richmond at Mineral Resources Park on Sunday, February 7.

The Eagles are set to take on their first official AFLW rival, Collingwood, at Mineral Resources Park on Sunday, February 14 before locking horns with crosstown rivals Fremantle on Saturday, February 20.

The venue for RAC Derby II is yet to be confirmed, but it will take place in prime-time at 6.10pm.

West Coast will tackle St Kilda at the club’s headquarters in a Friday afternoon timeslot on February 26 before hitting the road to do battle with AFLW powerhouse Carlton at Ikon Park on Sunday, March 7.

Round seven is sure to be a blockbuster encounter, with the club hosting its only 2020 victim –  2018 AFLW premiers the Western Bulldogs – at Mineral Resources Park on Sunday, March 14.

Daniel Pratt’s side faces a tough round eight assignment – a clash with North Melbourne at Arden Street on Sunday, March 21 – ahead of a return home for their final qualifying fixture of the season, a bout with Brisbane at Mineral Resources Park on Sunday, March 28.