Hawthorn will be aiming to secure its first win of the season when it takes on North Melbourne on Sunday afternoon at Marvel Stadium.

Here's everything you need to know about the Round 6 clash.


Who: North Melbourne v Hawthorn 

What: Round 6 

When: Sunday 21 April 

Time: 4.05pm AEST

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

North Melbourne (40) defeated by Hawthorn (88) in Round 18, 2023 

It was a successful day for the Hawks at Marvel Stadium, fighting back from an inaccurate start to record a 48-point win over the Kangaroos.

The victory marked the team's biggest at Marvel Stadium since Round 22, 2019.

Mitch Lewis and Luke Breust were the Hawks leading goalkickers on the day with three apiece while Jai Newcombe and Karl Amon each registered a team-high 33 disposals.

Our last game 

Gold Coast (109) defeated Hawthorn (56) 

It was a disappointing day for the Hawks at People First Stadium, succumbing to their fifth loss of the season to the tune of 43 points.

Sam Mitchell's men found it difficult to score from the get-go with just three goals on the board by half-time.

Their woes continued from there with the Suns outscoring the Hawks by five goals in the second half.

Finn Maginness was a bright spark for the Hawks with three goals for the game in a new inside 50 role. 

Karl Amon topped the team's disposal-getters in his 150th AFL match with 26. 

What's on?

Hawthorn forward Jack Gunston will return for his first AFL game since Round 2. 

The 32-year-old has been impressive for Box Hill in the VFL, averaging 15 disposals and kicking three goals in his two appearances so far this season.

He will be joined in the side by midfielder Harry Morrison and defender Jai Serong who have also earned their stripes through their VFL form.

Tickets and Membership 

Tickets are available via Ticketek.

Round 6 is an away game for the Hawks at Marvel Stadium.

All members with away game entitlements will have access to this game.

For more information on how to attend this game including how to access your digital membership card click HERE. 

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 Marvel Stadium and consider all available travel options to them.

Check before you travel to avoid public transport and road disruptions.

Find out more information at Special events – rail and road disruptions - Victoria’s Big Build. 


Glen Waverley Line

Buses replace trains between Richmond and Glen Waverley stations.

Belgrave, Lilydale and Alamein lines

Buses replace trains between Parliament and Camberwell stations.

West Gate Freeway

The inbound carriageway reduced to three lanes from the M80 interchange to Millers Road continuously until 5am Monday 22 April. 

Geelong and Warrnambool lines

Coaches replace trains between Waurn Ponds and Wyndam Vale stations.