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The Sydney Swans became an entity in 1982, when the then-VFL relocated South Melbourne, long known as the Bloods, to form the first non-Victorian team in the competition we now know as the Australian Football League.

After many decades of misery, the Swans have emerged as perennial contenders. They have played in five grand finals for two flags since 2005, when they ended a 72-year premiership drought with a nail-biting victory over the West Coast Eagles.

The Swans started slowly in 2023 but rallied in the back half of the season to nab eighth spot and take part in another finals series. However, “The Bloods” would lose by a goal to Carlton in the first week. Sydney were dealt another blow post-season as their co-captain Callum Mills suffered a major shoulder injury on “Mad Monday”, which will see him miss the first half of the year.

Can John Longmire take his young squad back to the “big dance” again this year? Let’s check in with the bookies and see how the Swans are shaping up in the major AFL betting markets for 2024.

About the Sydney Swans

Established: 1897
Home ground: Sydney Cricket Ground
Coach: John Longmire
Captains: Callum Mills, Luke Parker, Dane Rampe
Premierships: 5 – 1909, 1918, 1933, 2005, 2012
2023 ladder finish: 8th (12-10-1)

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Updated Swans futures betting

2024 Premiership Top 4 Odds Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
January +800 +200 Errol Gulden +1400 Angus Sheldrick +2000 Logan McDonald +4000
March +900 +200 Errol Gulden +1400 Angus Sheldrick +1200 Logan McDonald +4000
April +550 -111.11 Isaac Heeney +500 Matt Roberts +2000 Logan McDonald +2500

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Sydney Swans 2024 AFL fixture

Sydney Swans fixture
Round Date Opponent Time (local) Venue
Opening Round Thursday, March 7 Melbourne Demons 7:30 PM SCG, NSW
1 Friday, March 15 Collingwood Magpies 7:40 PM MCG, VIC
2 Saturday, March 23 Essendon Bombers 7:30 PM SCG, NSW
3 Sunday, March 31 Richmond Tigers 4:00 PM MCG, VIC
4 Saturday, April 6 West Coast Eagles 1:00 PM Adelaide Hills, SA (GATHER ROUND)
6 Sunday, April 21 Gold Coast Suns 1:00 PM SCG, NSW
7 Sunday, April 28 Hawthorn Hawks 4:00 PM MCG, VIC
8 Saturday, May 4 GWS Giants 1:45 PM SCG, NSW
9 Friday, May 10 Fremantle Dockers 6:20 PM Optus Stadium, WA
10 Friday, May 17 Carlton Blues 7:40 PM SCG, NSW
11 Thursday, May 23 Western Bulldogs 7:30 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
12 BYE
13 Sunday, June 9 Geelong Cats 3:20 PM SCG, NSW
14 Saturday, June 15 Adelaide Crows 7:00 PM Adelaide Oval, SA
15 Saturday, June 15 GWS Giants 4:35 PM Giants Stadium, NSW
16 TBC Fremantle Dockers TBC SCG, NSW
17 TBC St Kilda Saints TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
18 TBC North Melbourne Kangaroos TBC SCG, NSW
19 TBC Brisbane Lions TBC Gabba, QLD
20 TBC Western Bulldogs TBC SCG, NSW
21 TBC Port Adelaide Power TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
22 TBC Collingwood Magpies TBC SCG, NSW
23 TBC Essendon Bombers TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
24 TBC Adelaide Crows TBC SCG, NSW

Swans players to watch in 2024

Errol Gulden

Errol Gulden

Born: 18/7/2002
Games: 67
Goals: 54
Position: Midfielder

Errol Gulden had a career-best season in 2023, averaging just under 27 disposals and one goal per game from 24 matches. In what was his third season in the AFL, Gulden was recognised for his outstanding season with his first All Australian selection. The 21-year-old won the Bob Skilton Medal (Sydney Best & Fairest) and finished fourth in the Brownlow Medal with 27 votes. There is no doubt that Gulden will continue to improve his game and become one of the league’s best players in no time at all.

Logan McDonald

Logan McDonald

Born: 4/4/2002
Games: 44
Goals: 56
Position: Forward

Logan McDonald will take over as the number one forward for the Swans, after his mentor and all-time great Lance “Buddy” Franklin retired at the end of 2023. In his fourth year, McDonald will have to take his game to the next level and take the best defender week in and week out. The 21-year-old doubled his goals tally in 2023 and if he can continue to improve and kick 50+ goals in 2024, he will help the Swans premiership chances greatly.

Brodie Grundy

Brodie Grundy

Born: 15/4/1994
Games: 194
Goals: 70
Position: Ruck

Brodie Grundy found his third football team in the off-season after his move to Melbourne didn’t go as planned in 2023. The 29-year-old played most of the season in the VFL trying to learn to be a forward, but it was clear to everyone that it wasn’t going to work at the Demons. Grundy will be the number one ruckman for the Swans, which is the position that he was looking for in a new team for 2024. If Grundy can stay fit, he will play a big role in taking Sydney deep into another finals series.

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