The AFL has today released the 2020 NAB AFL Women's Draft Order alongside details of the upcoming Sign and Trade Period which is scheduled to commence on August 3, 2020.

During this period, Clubs will be permitted to sign up to 27 players, including rookie players. Rookie players in the AFL Women’s Competition are those that have not been listed with any Australian football team for the past three years.

Collingwood will have picks 10, 26 and 40. 
Clubs have been informed they are not permitted to enter into any contracts or make any commitments to players until the commencement of the Sign and Trade Period.
The AFL continues to work on a range of matters relating to the off-season and preparation for the 2021 NAB AFL Women’s Competition that will involve all 14 AFLW teams.


FIRST ROUND               
1. Richmond 
2. West Coast Eagles
3. Western Bulldogs
4. Adelaide Crows
5. Geelong Cats
6. St Kilda
7. Gold Coast Suns
8. Brisbane Lions
9. GWS Giants
10. Collingwood 
11. Melbourne
12. Carlton
13. North Melbourne
14. Fremantle
15. Richmond
16. West Coast Eagles

17. Richmond
18. West Coast Eagles
19. Western Bulldogs
20. Adelaide Crows
21 Geelong Cats
22. St Kilda
23. Gold Coast Suns
24. Brisbane Lions
25. GWS Giants
26. Collingwood
27. Melbourne 
28. Carlton
29. North Melbourne
30. Fremantle                     

THIRD ROUND                        
31. Richmond
32. West Coast Eagles
33. Western Bulldogs
34. Adelaide Crows
35. Geelong Cats
36. St Kilda
37. Gold Coast Suns
38. Brisbane Lions
39. GWS Giants
40. Collingwood
41. Melbourne
42. Carlton
43. North Melbourne 
44. Fremantle
Key dates for the 2020 AFLW Sign and Trade Period: 
Monday August 3
AFLW Sign & Trade Period commences (12pm)
Wednesday August 12 
Trade period closes (2pm)
AFLW List Lodgement # 1 (4pm)   
Monday August 17
Re-signing and Restricted Free Agent period closes (2pm)
AFLW List Lodgement # 2 (4pm)
Friday August 21
Delisted Free Agent period closes (2pm)
AFLW List Lodgement # 3 (4pm) 
AFLW Draft order confirmed
Please note: While the situation relating to COVID-19 remains a challenge for the entire football industry, the AFL advises these dates are subject to change.