AFLW Pride Round comes with an extra layer of meaning this weekend, as St Kilda and Carlton clash at Ikon Park in the hopes of each making it into the top-eight.


Round 10 | AFLW Pride Round

Carlton v St Kilda
Sunday 5 November
Ikon Park, 1:05pm
Broadcast live on Channel 7, Fox Footy, Kayo & the official AFL and AFLW live apps

11:00am: Gates Open
12.20pm: Team warm-up
12:54pm: Team entry
1.05pm: Game begins

Grab your tickets ahead of time so you don't miss out on any of Sunday's action!

Kids under 18 can redeem a FREE ticket to the game. Plan to arrive early at games where possible, to avoid crowds at entry points close to match start times.

There are several easy and convenient ways to get down to Ikon Park and show your support for the red, white and black. Plan your journey with PTV Journey Planner to make sure you get to the game on time and with ease. 


The No. 19 Tram (City-North Coburg) runs from the city to Royal Parade Walker St / Stop 16, which is a three-minute walk from Ikon Park.


Take the Upfield Line to Royal Park Station, then 13 minutes walk to Ikon Park.


Route 123 Bus to Walker St / Stop 16, then 3 minutes walk from Ikon Park.


Street parking is available in the areas surrounding Ikon Park, but please take note of street signage.

Nicola Stevens, Bianca Jakobsson and Ash Richards in the club's 2023 AFLW Pride Guernsey, which will be worn this weekend against Brisbane. Photo: Felix Curtis.

AFLW Pride Round will be held across all Round 10 games in celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community and to promote inclusion and acceptance for all.

The Saints debuted their 2023 Pride Guernsey last weekend against Brisbane, recording one of the club's most memorable wins in the eye-catching threads.

Due to a guernsey clash between St Kilda and Carlton and with the latter being the home side for Round 10, the Saints will be required to wear their away kit for Sunday.


St Kilda stormed home over a powerful Brisbane in one of its most impressive showings at RSEA Park, accounting for the top-four fancies in blustery conditions by 21 points.

Jesse Wardlaw was impeccable across all lines against her former side, snaring two crucial goals to keep the Saints' finals hopes alive. 

Tyanna Smith was again dominant through the midfield in partnership with Georgia Patrikios and ball-magnet Jaimee Lambert, while the Saints' backline spearheaded by Bianca Jakobsson helped limit the damage the Lions could inflict when they had the breeze at their backs.

ST KILDA  2.3  2.4  4.7  8.7 (55)
BRISBANE  0.0  1.4  1.4  5.4 (34)

St Kilda: Wardlaw 2, Richards 2, Exon, Patrikios, Jolliffe, Smith
Brisbane: Davidson 2, O'Dwyer, Mullins, Smith

St Kilda: 
Lambert, Wardlaw, Patrikios, Smith, Vesely
Brisbane: Anderson, Mullins, Campbell, Davidson, Grider

St Kilda: Jaimee Lambert (ribs)
Brisbane: Nil

St Kilda:
Brisbane: Sophie Conway (hamstring tightness) replaced in selected side by Analea McKee

Reports: Nil

Crowd: 2005 at RSEA Park

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