Hawthorn will face Collingwood on neutral territory at Adelaide Oval this Sunday as part of the AFL's highly-anticipated Gather Round.

The sides will go head to head for the first time since Hawthorn's thrilling upset win against the Pies last year, with the first bounce set for 4.40pm (ACST) at Adelaide Oval.


For Hawks fans heading across to Adelaide for the weekend, make sure to also try and get down to Glenelg Oval on Saturday for the club's Open Training session between 4-5pm (ACDT).


Who: Hawthorn v Collingwood

What: Gather Round (Round 4)  

When: Sunday 7 April

Time: 4.40pm (ACST) / 5.10pm (AEST)

Where: Adelaide Oval

Broadcast: Fox Footy

How to watch

Want to watch the action at the ground? Purchase your tickets HERE.

Following along at home? The game will be broadcast on Fox Footy and can be streamed through Kayo.

Don’t have Kayo? Click HERE to check out our Hawks on Demand membership and save on 12 months of Kayo.

Follow @hawthornfc on Instagram, X and Facebook to remain updated on all the behind-the-scenes action on game day. 

Last time we met

Hawthorn (105) def Collingwood (73) in Round 21, 2023

In one of the biggest upsets of the 2023 season, Hawthorn defeated Collingwood by 32 points in what was a thrilling victory late last year.

The Hawks got off to a strong start by kicking the first five goals of the match to give them an impressive lead, which was maintained throughout the match.

Stand-out performers included Captain James Sicily with 37 disposals and a career-high of 19 marks alongside Conor Nash with 31 disposals.

Luke Breust led the way on the scoreboard with three majors, while Finn Maginness kept star Pie Nick Daicos to only five disposals with his major efforts through a tagging role.

Our last game  

Hawthorn (70) defeated by Geelong (106)

Among some extreme weather conditions, the Hawks fell short to the Cats by 36 points in an Easter Monday blockbuster. 

An impressive comeback saw Hawthorn kick five goals in the second quarter to bring the game back within 11 points, but it wasn't enough to withstand a polished Geelong outfit. 

Midfielder James Worpel gave his best efforts with a stand-out performance of 36 disposals and one goal, leading him to receiving the well-deserved Paul Dear Memorial Medal.

Key forward Mabior Chol provided support inside 50 by kicking three majors, while young midfielder Cam Mackenzie also slotted through two goals of his own. 

What’s on?

Join the Hawks at Adelaide Oval when gates open from 2.30pm (ACDT)!

Keep an eye out for the pre-game mascot race which will be happening at 4.40pm.

To check out what’s happening across the entire Gather Round, visit the AFL’s hub of information HERE

Tickets and Membership  

Tickets are available via Ticketek.

Want to jump on board the Hawthorn family for 2024? Check out our membership options HERE to become part of the action this season.

Getting to the game

Hawks fans are encouraged to plan their trip to the Adelaide Oval and consider all available travel options to them.

Visit Adelaide Metro to plan your journey ahead of time. 

A reminder that during the four gamedays of Gather Round, footy goers can catch FREE public transport to each match with their game day ticket.

FREE travel will be available from 12pm on Thursday and Friday, and all day on Saturday and Sunday.