Hawthorn will return to its beloved second home of University of Tasmania Stadium when it goes head-to-head with GWS on Saturday from 1.45pm.

The Hawks are on the hunt for three straight wins and to continue their favourable record in Tasmania.

Check out everything you need to know about the game below.


Who: Hawthorn v GWS

What: Round 13

When: Saturday 8 June 

Time: 1.45pm (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.

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Last time we met 

GWS (85) defeated Hawthorn (72) in Round 17, 2023 

Hawthorn was brave in this seesawing affair, falling short of the finals-bound Giants by 13 points. 

The Giants opened their account with five goals to Hawthorn's three in the first term before the margin was reduced to two at half-time.

The Hawks battled wilfully during the second half but it was GWS who came out on top on its home ground. 

The game provided moments to remember for defensive duo Denver Grainger-Barras and Seamus Mitchell, with Grainger-Barras kicking his first AFL goal and Mitchell being nominated for the AFL's Rising Star award off the back of 20 disposals, five intercept possessions and four marks.

Jai Newcombe was one of Hawthorn's best players on the day with 28 disposals, nine clearances and three tackles.

Our last game 

Hawthorn (107) defeated Adelaide (80)

Hawthorn improved its record to winning five of its past seven games with a 27-point defeat of Adelaide at the MCG.

The Hawks led by nearly 50 points in the third term on their way to the win.

Veteran forward Jack Gunston celebrated his 250th game with three majors while Dylan Moore received a perfect 10 coaches' votes following his five goals and 27 disposals.

What's on?

As part of their return to University of Tasmania Stadium, the Hawks are celebrating local Tassie football legends.

Fans are encouraged to rock their local footy colours for a chance to win prizes, including restaurant vouchers and a trailer of wood.

There will also be a raffle of an amazing $200 meat tray from Casalinga Meats.

During the game, there will be an entertaining KFC Bucket Catch at quarter-time and an iiNet LED race at three-quarter-time.

Tickets and membership 

Round 13 is a home game for the Hawks at UTAS Stadium.

All members with home 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 

Public transport is recommended to get to the game. 

Visit Metro Tasmania for timetables.