Hawthorn and Geelong will meet for the first time in the AFLW competition on Saturday from 5.05pm at GMHBA Stadium.

The match coincides with the official AFLW Pride Round, which will see the Hawks once again proudly don their 2023 Pride Guernsey, which is inspired by leadership group members Tilly Lucas-Rodd and Louise Stephenson.

In Hawthorn's last game of the season, the club will also bid farewell to retiring quartet Akec Makur Chuot, Tegan Cunningham, Tamara Luke and Catherine Brown.


WHO: Geelong v Hawthorn 

WHAT: Round 10 (Pride Round)

WHEN: Saturday 4 November 


TIME: 5.50pm 

BROADCAST: Fox Footy/ Kayo and the official AFL/W Apps 

What's on

It will be a celebration of Pride and Hawthorn's four outgoing players on Saturday night.

To kick off proceedings, Hawthorn and Geelong will be running through a joint Pride-themed banner, created by the club's supporter groups.

Then, Hawks duo Makur Chuot and Luke will get to take the field for one last time in 2023 while the club will also honour the careers of veteran duo Cunningham and Brown.

The game itself is set to be an exciting one with the Hawks and Cats having never faced each other in AFLW before.


Round 10 v Geelong is an away game for the Hawks. All AFLW members will have access to this game.

For entry into matches, member must scan their digital membership card.

Visit https://membership.hawthornfc.com.au/digital-card for information on how to access your digital membership card.

How to watch

For those wanting to follow along at home, the game will be broadcast live on Fox Footy and Kayo as well as the AFL and AFLW Official Apps.

Follow @hawthornaflw on Facebook, X, Threads and Instagram for behind-the-scenes access and all the best highlights, photos, stats and stories throughout the game.

Getting to GMHBA Stadium 

By car 

Geelong is 75 kilometres from Melbourne accessible via the Westgate Bridge and following the Princes Freeway.

In Geelong, the Princes Freeway becomes Latrobe Terrace (no turns required).

Once you reach the set of traffic lights directly adjacent to 7-Eleven turn left onto Kilgour Street and make an immediate right

This will take you straight into Kardinia Park’s main entry being Kilgour Street.

By train

Geelong is approximately one hour from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station, with the Geelong Railway Station situated 1.8 kilometres to the north of the stadium and South Geelong Station located 450 metres to the east.

Additional services may be provided by V/Line on Major Event days.

Patrons are encouraged to visit the V/Line and/or Public Transport Victoria websites, for more information.