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The Geelong Football Club’s journey began way back in 1859. It is the second-oldest footy team in Australia, behind the Melbourne Demons, and also the world’s second-oldest professional football club of any description.

Despite their longevity and a who’s who of Australian Football Hall of Fame inductees, it is only since the turn of the millennium that the Cats have converted their powerhouse status into tangible success. They have missed the finals only once since 2007, winning three AFL Premiership titles in the process.

With superstars on every line and plenty of young talent coming through the ranks, Geelong look poised for another strong campaign. Let’s see how the bookies rate their chances this year.

About the Geelong Football Club

Established: 1859
Home ground: GMHBA Stadium
Coach: Chris Scott
Captain: Joel Selwood
Premierships: 9 – 1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009, 2011
2021 ladder finish: 3rd (16-6)

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Updated Geelong futures odds

AFL betting sites will have extensive futures markets on the Geelong Cats, while star players such as Patrick Dangerfield and Tom Hawkins will feature prominently in the odds for the major individual awards.

2022 Premiership Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $13 $1.33 P Dangerfield $18 M Knevitt $101 J Cameron $6
Apr $13 $2.30 P Dangerfield $26 M Knevitt $151 J Cameron $6
May $13 $2.35 P Dangerfield $51 S De Koning $101 T Hawkins $5.50

Best Geelong bets for the 2022 AFL season

There are dozens of AFL futures markets for Geelong, but where are they likely to return some real value?

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Geelong 2022 AFL fixture

Geelong Cats fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 Essendon Bombers MCG Saturday, March 19 2:10pm
2 Sydney Swans SCG Friday, March 25 7:50pm
3 Collingwood Magpies MCG Saturday, April 2 7:25pm
4 Brisbane Lions GMHBA Stadium Friday, April 8 7:50pm
5 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Monday, April 18 3:20pm
6 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena Sunday, April 24 1:10pm
7 Fremantle Dockers GMHBA Stadium Saturday, April 30 1:45pm
8 GWS Giants Manuka Oval Saturday, May 7 4:35pm
9 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 14 4:35pm
10 Port Adelaide Power GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
11 Adelaide Crows GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
12 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
13 BYE
14 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium TBC TBC
15 Richmond Tigers MCG TBC TBC
16 North Melbourne Kangaroos GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
17 Melbourne Demons GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
18 Carlton Blues MCG TBC TBC
19 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval TBC TBC
20 Western Bulldogs GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
21 St Kilda Saints GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
22 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium TBC TBC
23 West Coast Eagles GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC

Geelong players to watch in 2022

Jeremy Cameron
Born: 1/4/1993
Games: 186
Goals: 466
Position: Forward

Can Jeremy Cameron and Tom Hawkins function properly in the same forward line? That was the big question prior to the 2021 season following Jezza’s arrival from the Giants. The ex-Giant hardly got a consistent run at it through constant hamstring issues, yet still managed 39 goals to his name. However, not for the first time in a Prelim, Jezza went missing and will have that as motivation to be back to his best in season 2022.

Patrick Dangerfield
Born: 05/04/1990
Games: 285
Goals: 308
Position: Midfielder

For the first time in his illustrious career (outside of his debut season) that Patrick Dangerfield played under 20 games for the year. With a first round suspension and an ankle injury in Round 5, it was hardly a season to remember for Danger. It was a season to forget in many regards for Danger, but with a full pre-season under his belt and edging closer to the end of his career, we are expecting a massive season from Dangerfield.

Tom Stewart
Born: 15/03/1993
Games: 106
Goals: 3
Position: Defender

Despite being a three-time All Australian, Tom Stewart is still arguably one of the most underrated players in the league. He has the ability to win a game on his own back with his rebounding efforts and alongside Dangerfield and Hawkins is one of the Cats most important players. If Stewart can control things down back alongside Mark Blicavs and Zach Tuohy then it complete a potential Premiership puzzle for the Cats.

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