Hawthorn will return to Tasmania this weekend, and look to bounce back against the Dockers on Saturday.

The currently third-placed Fremantle will travel to University of Tasmania Stadium for the first time since 2021 to take on the Hawks at home.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the game:

WHO: Hawthorn v Fremantle
WHAT: Round 18
WHERE: UTAS Stadium, Launceston
WHEN: Saturday 13 July, 1.45pm
BROADCAST: Fox Footy/Kayo

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

Hawthorn (56) defeated by Fremantle (93) in Round 24, 2023.

In the last round of the 2023 season, the Hawks suffered a 37-point loss to Fremantle at the MCG.

Hawthorn kicked the first two goals, but the Dockers won the midfield battle and in turn kicked the next ten majors.

Veteran Luke Breust kicked two goals and James Sicily was strong in defence for three quarters, but the skipper couldn't drag his side over the line when swung forward for the final term.

Will Day (30 disposals, six clearances), Conor Nash (23 disposals and five clearances) and James Worpel (23 dispisals and four clearances) all worked hard for the Hawks.

Dylan Moore was best on ground for the brown and gold, finishing with one goal and 27 disposals.

Our last game

Hawthorn (59) defeated by Geelong (110), Round 17, 2024.

Hawthorn visited GMHBA Stadium for the first time with a crowd since 2006, but the result differed with the Hawks going down by 51 points.

Geelong were the dominant side on the day, managing 4 goals 5 behind before the Hawks put through their first major via James Worpel in the last minute of the opening term.

Lloyd Meek was in full control of the ruck contest, managing 47 for the game. While Worpel (26 disposals and seven clearances), Dylan Moore (26 disposals) and Will Day (18 disposals and seven tackles) worked hard all match for the Hawks.

Moore, Mabior Chol and Mitch Lewis all finished with two goals to their name.

What’s on?

This Saturday, we return home to Tassie for a huge clash against the Dockers!

Looking for the perfect school holiday outing? We've got you covered! Kids under 14 get FREE entry in General Admission, with tons of fun waiting for them at the Kids Zone.

And that's not all! We'll be celebrating NAIDOC Week at the game, so come down and be a part of something special.

As well as a Chemist Warehouse concourse activation, plus a KFC Bucket Catch at quarter time and iiNet Speed Test at three-quarter time.

This is shaping up to be an epic match! Don't miss out, get your tickets now and join the excitement!

Tickets and Membership

Round 18 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.