General FAQ's

Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Toyota AFL season was temporarily suspended by the AFL. On Friday 15th May 2020, the AFL announced that the season will be recommencing on Thursday 11th June 2020. The AFL have released Rounds 2 to 12 of the AFL season:

Round 2 - Geelong v Hawthorn Friday, 12 June 7:50pm

Round 3 - Richmond v Hawthorn Thursday, 18 June 7:40pm

Round 4 - Hawthorn v North Melbourne Sunday, 28 June 6:05pm

Round 5 - GWS Giants v Hawthorn Sunday, 5 July 6:05pm

Round 6 - Collingwood v Hawthorn Friday, 10 July 7:50pm GIANTS Stadium

Round 7 - Hawthorn v Melbourne Sunday, 19 July 3:35pm GIANTS Stadium

Round 8 - Sydney Swans v Hawthorn Saturday, 25 July 3:35pm SCG

Round 9 - Carlton v Hawthorn Friday, 31 July 5:40pm (AEST) Optus Stadium

Round 10 - BYE

Round 11 - Fremantle v Hawthorn Monday, 10 August 8:40pm (AEST) Optus Stadium

Round 12 - West Coast v Hawthorn Sunday, 16 August 6:10pm (AEST) Optus Stadium

The Government had confirmed that no gatherings of 500 or more will take place, therefore the industry made a call to play football without a crowd for Round 1. Crowds will not be allowed to attend games until further notice.

Round 1 was played as a lock-out with no spectators allowed to attend any matches. Following this, due to changes in restrictions in some states, a restricted number of spectators have been allowed to attend our matches since Round 5.

At this stage, we are unsure what the entire fixture will look like as the AFL will be announcing the fixture in small blocks. Rounds 2 to 12 have already been announced by the AFL. Please note that each week of the fixture is tentative to change with little notice.

In accordance with club’s measures and precautions to contain the COVID-19, until announced otherwise, no training sessions at Waverley Park will be open to the public.

Our digital channels will be providing more opportunities than ever for you to connect with the club, see training vision, watch player interviews, and read the latest news with regards to our season preparation.

One for All

The Hawthorn Football Club Foundation plays a key role in supporting the Club’s community programs and partnerships, empowering us to develop greater opportunities for engagement, inclusion, equality and diversity whilst fostering a culture of collaboration.

We have been overwhelmed with the incredible support that we have received from loyal members. Our Support Hub has now been set up to give members and supporters different options on how to rally around the brown and gold family during this tough time.

Now more than ever, we need our family to ensure there is a Hawthorn today, tomorrow and always, and we can continue to play a significant role in the community.