The 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft is right around the corner.

With a selection of talented new Saints set to join the squad in the coming days, here's all you need to know ahead of Tuesday's defining night.

When is the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft?

The 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft will be held on Tuesday 27 July commencing at 6:45pm AEST.

How can I watch the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft?

Similar to last year, the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft will be livestreamed through womens.afl as well as the AFL Women's Official app.

For all the latest St Kilda draft news on the night, make sure to tune into our social channels @stkildafcw as we welcome in our newest Saints.

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The NAB AFLW Draft Show is back for 2021

The only place to watch the 2021 NAB AFLW Draft is on womens.afl and the AFLW Official App. See the action unfold LIVE on Tuesday, July 27 from 6.45pm AEST

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What picks does St Kilda have at the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft?

The Saints hold pick No. 4 (Victorian selection No. 2), pick No. 12 (Victorian selection No. 8) and pick No. 36 (Victorian selection No. 22).

As in previous years, prospective draftees nominate for the state in which they wish to be drafted due to the part-time nature of the AFLW competition.

Clubs have at least three selections in the draft. If they choose, they can pass on their final selection/s and recruit an undrafted free agent from another state.

St Kilda is one of five clubs to take a minimum of three selections into the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft, with the remaining nine clubs having more selections.  

Who are the leading talents in the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft?

womens.afl has compiled a list of the top prospects likely to find homes on Tuesday night.

Click here to view the womens.afl Draft Hub.

Which players are St Kilda looking to recruit?

While there are many options for St Kilda to choose from, adding to its midfield and bolstering its tall stocks are high up on its agenda.

The Saints recruited midfielders Georgia Patrikios and Tyanna Smith with their first-round selections in 2019 and 2020 and are likely to go in a similar direction with their opening pick on Tuesday evening.

What is the order of the 2021 NAB AFL Women's Draft?

Round One:

Selection Draft order Received from
1 Gold Coast  
2 Geelong  
3 West Coast  
4 St Kilda  
5 Richmond  
6 Gold Coast  
7 Geelong  
8 Gold Coast  
9 Geelong  
10 Carlton From GWS
11 Carlton From Western Bulldogs
12 St Kilda From Western Bulldogs (on-traded from Carlton)
13 North Melbourne  
14 Fremantle  
15 Geelong From Melbourne
16 Richmond From Collingwood
17 Adelaide  
18 Brisbane  

Round Two:

Selection Draft order Received from
19 North Melbourne From Gold Coast
20 Adelaide From Geelong
21 West Coast  
22 Western Bulldogs From St Kilda
23 Carlton From Richmond
24 West Coast  
25 Western Bulldogs From St Kilda
26 Carlton From Collingwood (on-traded from Richmond)
27 Western Bulldogs From Carlton (on-traded from GWS)
28 North Melbourne From GWS (on-traded from Western Bulldogs)
29 Collingwood From Carlton
30 Gold Coast From North Melbourne
31 Fremantle  
32 Collingwood From Carlton (on-traded from Melbourne)
33 Collingwood  
34 Adelaide  
35 Brisbane  

Round Three:

Selection Draft order Received from
36 St Kilda From Gold Coast
37 GWS From Melbourne (on-traded from Geelong)
38 Fremantle From West Coast
39 Carlton From Richmond
40 West Coast  
41 Melbourne From GWS
42 Melbourne  From Carlton
43 North Melbourne  
44 Fremantle  
45 Melbourne From Adelaide
46 Brisbane  

Round Four:

Selection Draft order Received from
47 West Coast  
48 Richmond From Carlton (on-traded from Collingwood)
49 GWS  
50 Richmond From Carlton (on-traded from Western Bulldogs)
51 North Melbourne  
52 Fremantle  
53 Brisbane  

Round Five:

Selection Draft order Received from
54 Richmond  
55 GWS  
56 North Melbourne  
57 Fremantle  
58 Brisbane  

Round Six:

Selection Draft order Received from
59 GWS  

Round Seven:

Selection Draft order Received from
60 GWS  

Round Eight:

Selection Draft order Received from
61 GWS