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Melbourne Demons

The Melbourne Football Club boasts a legacy as rich as any sporting organisation on the planet. Founded in May 1859, it is the world’s oldest professional football club of any variety.

After snapping a 57-year premiership drought in 2021, the Demons are looking as dangerous ever. With Max Gawn leading a star-studded team that includes the likes of Christian Petracca and Clayton Oliver in midfield, Steven May and Jake Lever in defence, and Bayley Fritsch and Kysaiah Pickett up forward, there is no telling what Melbourne could achieve in the next few years.

Can the Dees back it up and win the 2022 AFL Premiership? Let’s find out.


About the Melbourne Football Club

Established: 1859
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Simon Goodwin
Captain: Max Gawn
Premierships: 13 – 1900, 1926, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1948, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964, 2021
2021 ladder finish: PREMIERS – 1st (17-4-1)

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Updated Melbourne futures odds

Betting on futures markets surround the Melbourne Demons is easy, with all of the best Australian online betting sites boasting extensive AFL prices. We recommend always checking Demons odds on markets with multiple bookies, so you always get the best AFL odds.

2022 Premiership To Make GF Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $4 $2.25 C Petracca $6 J Bowey $15 B Brown $9
Apr $4 $2.30 C Petracca $5.50 J Bowey $11 B Brown $13
May $2.75 $1.75 C Petracca $7 J Bowey $15 B Fritsch $15

See more Melbourne AFL futures odds at Bet365.com.au


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Melbourne 2022 AFL fixture

Melbourne Demons fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 Western Bulldogs MCG Wednesday, March 16 7:20pm
2 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Saturday, March 26 8pm
3 Essendon Bombers MCG Friday, April 1 7:20pm
4 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Thursday, April 7 7:40pm
5 GWS Giants MCG Saturday, April 16 7:25pm
6 Richmond Tigers MCG Sunday, April 24 7:25pm
7 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Saturday, April 30 4:35pm
8 St Kilda Saints MCG Sunday, May 8 1:10pm
9 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Sunday, May 15 3:20pm
10 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
11 Fremantle Dockers MCG TBC TBC
12 Sydney Swans MCG TBC TBC
13 Collingwood Magpies MCG TBC TBC
14 BYE
15 Brisbane Lions MCG TBC TBC
16 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval TBC TBC
17 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium TBC TBC
18 Port Adelaide Power TIO Traeger Park TBC TBC
19 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
20 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium TBC TBC
21 Collingwood Magpies MCG TBC TBC
22 Carlton Blues MCG TBC TBC
23 Brisbane Lions The Gabba TBC TBC

Demons players to watch in 2022

Christian Petracca AFL bettingChristian Petracca
Born: 4/1/1996
Games: 128
Goals: 125
Position: Midfielder

Prior to the 2020 season, we talked about Christian Petracca as a talented but frustrating half-forward who might be running out of chances. Two years on, he is a Norm Smith Medallist and one of the league’s most damaging midfielders. Petracca might be the no.1 player in the AFL right now.


Kozzy Pickett AFL bettingKysaiah Pickett
Born: 2/6/2001
Games: 39
Goals: 47
Position: Forward

We saw glimpses of Kysaiah Pickett’s ability in 2020, but last year he exploded with 40 goals in a premiership-winning team. If ‘Kozzy’ continues to improve over the course of the 2022 season, he could finish the year as one of the top small forwards in the game.


Luke Jackson - Melbourne DemonsLuke Jackson
Born: 29/9/2001
Games: 24
Goals: 16
Position: Ruck/forward

The year 2021 was full of highlights for the Dees, but the development of Luke Jackson ranks right up there. By the end of the season, the no.3 draft pick from 2019 had established himself as one of the most exciting young players in the AFL. Melbourne could hardly have dreamed up a better understudy to Max Gawn.


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