The Crows had been the team to beat all season, having not lost a match since the opening round, and showed why they are the favourites to take their second Premiership title.

Adelaide were able to hold the cats scoreless until the final term with an 11.7 (73) to 1.1 (7) victory. Their only goal came from a free kick and subsequent 50-metre penalty.

It was a moment for home fans to sing about as Adelaide continued to get better as the match went on scoring four goals in the first half before three in the third and another four to finish things off.

It was a historic afternoon in the South Australian capital as the Crows stepped out onto Adelaide Oval for the first team.

Unfortunately for Geelong, they broke an unwanted record for the lowest ever AFLW score.

Before the match, the Cats had to deal with the late withdrawal of Maddy McMahon with concussion.

It was always going to be an uphill battle for Geelong, who were coming off a loss from GWS last round and had just made finals.

Before a crowd of 13,429, Adelaide showed that their three seasons of experience made a difference as they were just a class above their rivals throughout the game.

Erin Phillips and Ebony Marinoff were both standouts for Adelaide.

The 2019 AFLW Grand Final will take place at Adelaide Oval on Sunday at 12:30pm local time.