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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.

There were some doubts about Sydney’s immediate future following two consecutive bottom-four finishes. However, the depth of young talent on the list shone through in 2021 as the Swans bolted into the top six.

How will John Longmire and his charges fare this year? Let’s check in with the bookies and see how the Swans are shaping up in the major AFL betting markets for 2022.

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
2021 ladder finish: 6th (15-7)

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Updated Swans futures betting

2022 Premiership Top 4 Odds Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $13 $3 C Mills $21 B Campbell $13 L Franklin $10
Apr $8.50 $2.30 I Heeney $21 B Campbell $23 L Franklin $15
May $9 $1.75 C Mills $12 L McDonald $51 L Franklin $18

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Sydney Swans 2022 AFL fixture

Sydney Swans fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 GWS Giants Stadium Australia Saturday, March 19 5:10pm
2 Geelong Cats SCG Friday, March 25 7:50pm
3 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Thursday, March 31 7:20pm
4 North Melbourne Kangaroos SCG Saturday, April 9 1:45pm
5 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Friday, April 15 5:40pm
6 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium Monday, April 25 12:30pm
7 Brisbane Lions SCG Sunday, May 1 4:40pm
8 Gold Coast Suns SCG Saturday, May 7 1:45pm
9 Essendon Bombers SCG Saturday, May 14 7:25pm
10 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
11 Richmond Tigers SCG TBC TBC
12 Melbourne Demons MCG TBC TBC
13 BYE
14 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval TBC TBC
15 St Kilda Saints SCG TBC TBC
16 Essendon Bombers MCG TBC TBC
17 Western Bulldogs SCG TBC TBC
18 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium TBC TBC
19 Adelaide Crows SCG TBC TBC
21 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium TBC TBC
22 Collingwood Magpies SCG TBC TBC
23 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium TBC TBC

Swans players to watch in 2022

Isaac Heeney AFL bettingIsaac Heeney
Born: 5/5/1996
Games: 129
Goals: 148
Position: Half-forward

For talent alone, there are few players in the competition who belong in the same bracket as Isaac Heeney. Is this the year he finally shrugs off his injury issues, shows some consistency and cracks into the upper crust of AFL stars?

Lance Franklin AFL bettingLance Franklin
Born: 30/1/1987
Games: 318
Goals: 995
Position: Forward

Now 35, Buddy Franklin is only five majors away from joining the likes of Tony Lockett, Jason Dunstall and Gary Ablett Sr in the 1,000-goal club. Has he got one or two more big seasons left in him? If so, the Swans could go deep.

McCartin AFL newsPaddy McCartin
Born: 19/4/1996
Games: 35
Goals: 34
Position: Defender

Eyebrows were raised when the Swans added Paddy McCartin to their list in January, but they disappeared into hairlines when it was revealed the former no.1 draft pick would be lining up in defence. If preseason form translates to the real stuff, this could prove to be one hell of a signing.

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