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The Fremantle Dockers are still searching for their first piece of AFL silverware.

Excluding the two newest franchises, GWS and Gold Coast, Fremantle is the only club in the AFL to not have won an AFL Grand Final. The Dockers played in their first decider in 2013 after entering the competition in 1995 but lost to Hawthorn.

Although the Dockers boast a two-time Brownlow Medal winner in Nathan Fyfe, a lack of team success saw Justin Longmuir replace Ross Lyon as head coach at the end of the 2019 season.

Can Longmuir and Fyfe lead Freo back to finals football in 2022? Let’s take a look at the latest footy odds for the year ahead.


About the Fremantle Dockers

Established: 1995
Home ground: Optus Stadium
Coach: Justin Longmuir
Captain: Nathan Fyfe
Premierships: 0
2021 ladder finish: 11th (10-12)

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Updated Fremantle Dockers futures betting

2022 Premiership Make Finals Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $26 $2.50 N Fyfe $15 N Erasmus $21 M Taberner $15
Apr $34 $2.62 A Brayshaw $26 N Erasmus $51 M Taberner $29
May $12 $1.18 A Brayshaw $8 H Chapman $26 M Taberner $15

Best Fremantle Dockers bets for the 2022 AFL season

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Fremantle Dockers 2022 AFL fixture

Fremantle fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Sunday, March 20 3:40pm
2 St Kilda Saints Optus Stadium Sunday, March 27 3:20pm
3 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Sunday, April 3 4:20pm
4 GWS Giants Optus Stadium Saturday, April 9 5:25pm
5 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 17 4:40pm
6 Carlton Blues Optus Stadium Saturday, April 23 5:40pm
7 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, April 30 1:45pm
8 North Melbourne Kangaroos Optus Stadium Friday, May 6 6:40pm
9 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Sunday, May 15 1:40pm
10 Collingwood Magpies Optus Stadium TBC TBC
11 Melbourne Demons MCG TBC TBC
12 Brisbane Lions Optus Stadium TBC TBC
13 Hawthorn Hawks Optus Stadium TBC TBC
14 BYE
15 Carlton Blues MCG TBC TBC
16 Port Adelaide Power Optus Stadium TBC TBC
17 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
18 Sydney Swans Optus Stadium TBC TBC
19 Richmond Tigers SCG TBC TBC
20 Melbourne Demons Optus Stadium TBC TBC
21 Western Bulldogs Optus Stadium TBC TBC
22 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium TBC TBC
23 GWS Giants Manuka Oval TBC TBC

Fremantle players to watch in 2022

Andrew Brayshaw
Born: 8/11/1999
Games: 76
Goals: 20
Position: Midfielder

He might be best to known to some as the bloke who had his mouth caved in by West Coast’s Andrew Gaff, but Andrew Brayshaw is one of the rising stars of this Fremantle side. However, season 2021 was by far a career-best so far and we think the young gun can go on with it this year. He averaged close to 29 disposals per game and regularly got his name onto the scoresheet. Alongside captain Nat Fyfe, Brayshaw and Fyfe provide a great one-two combination in the midfield.


Caleb Serong
Born: 9/2/2001
Games: 36
Goals: 20
Position: Midfielder

There was no such thing as second year blues for Caleb Serong, with Freo midfielder averaging close to 23 touches a game. He picked up 31 touches and two goals in a best on ground performance against the Eagles in Round 22 and showed the footy world just how much talent he has on the big stage. He finished the 2021 season with hauls of 30, 31 & 35 touches in what could be a sign of things to come in 2022.


Matt Taberner
Born: 17/06/1993
Games: 103
Goals: 141
Position: Forward

He may have taken his time in asserting himself in this Fremantle side, but with 66 goals in 32 games over the past two seasons, Matt Taberner is quickly becoming a dominant force in the Fremantle forward line. He kicked multiple goals in all but four games last year and went goalless on just one occasion. If Taberner can stay fit, he not only becomes a star forward for just Freo, but a star forward in the competition.


Fremantle Dockers records

Most matches: David Mundy – 354 (2000-present)
Most goals kicked in one match: Tony Modra – 10 goals (Rd 10, 1999)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Matthew Pavlich – 6 (2002, 2005-08, 2011)
Most matches as coach: Ross Lyon – 184 (2012-2019)
Most goals in a season: Matthew Pavlich – 72 (2007)
Most career goals: Matthew Pavlich – 700 (2000-2016)

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