Hawthorn will take to the MCG in a blockbuster clash against Richmond on Saturday afternoon.

The Hawks will aim to replicate their recent good form and make it four wins in a row in Round 14.

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


Who: Hawthorn v Richmond

What: Round 14

When Saturday 15 June

Time: 4.35pm (AEST)

Broadcast: Fox Footy

How to watch

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

Richmond (96) defeated Hawthorn (95) in Round 19, 2023

The Hawks lost by a single behind to the Tigers in the last meeting, after playing a ferocious brand of football for the first three quarters.

The Tigers surged late in the game to kick six unanswered goals from final moments of the third term.

Despite the loss there was a lot to like from the Hawks, Mitch Lewis booted four majors, James Worpel had 27 disposals and a goal to his name, while James Sicily set the tone from the opening bounce, with consistent defensive efforts out of the back 50.

Jai Newcombe was Hawthorn’s best player on the day, finishing with a game-high 30 disposals and a goal out of the middle.

Our last game

Hawthorn (85) defeated GWS (79)

The Round 13 win over the Giants saw the Hawks win five of their past six games.

The Hawks came back from a 19-point deficit at half time to win by a single goal, which came via Luke Bruest after a down field free kick in the game’s dying minutes.

Hawthorn managed a six-goal-to-two third term, two of Jack Gunston’s three goals coming in that time.

Josh Weddle proved versatile rotating through the ruck after the loss of Ned Reeves in the third quarter, while Will Day was best on ground for the Hawks with 26 disposals.

Mabior Chol showcased his athletic and aerial ability with one stand out pack mark in quarter one, he finished with two goals and six marks.

Tickets and Membership

Round 14 v Richmond is our third member replacement game for 2024. Due to extremely high demand, and unprecedented ticketing demand, our Round 14 v Richmond game has now been classed as a fully ticketed game.

General Admission access is now unavailable, meaning members will be unable to scan their membership cards for entry into this game. Only members who have upgraded to a reserved seat through Ticketek will be able to access the game.

Getting to the game

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

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

Frankston Line

Buses replace trains between Caulfield and Mordialloc stations.

Lilydale Line

Buses replace trains between Ringwood and Lilydale stations.

Bairnsdale Line

Coaches replace trains between Southern Cross and Traralgon/Bairnsdale stations.

Geelong and Warrnambool lines

Coaches replace trains between Wyndham Vale and Geelong/Warrnambool stations.

Footscray Road 

Continuously closed in both directions between CityLink and Waterfront Way.

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