Launceston has been handed another taste of Anzac Day AFL footy.
Hawthorn has been scheduled to play West Coast Eagles at UTAS Stadium in Round 6 next season at 1.10pm on Saturday, April 25.
The venue's first Anzac Day fixture was in 2009 when the same opposition drew a crowd of 17,880 and organisers will be hopeful that the West Australians continue their impressive pulling power in the city.
Since Hawthorn began playing at the ground in 2001, West Coast have visited seven times and have always drawn crowds above 15,000.
The Hawks won their first meeting in 2003 by just two points. The Eagles won narrowly over the next two seasons but lost the next four meetings, the last by 44 points in 2014 in Stuart Dew's 200th game.
Hawthorn have averaged crowds of 16,470 for West Coast fixtures, the largest being 18,112 in 2007.
North Melbourne also visited for an Anzac Day fixture in 2010, winning by 12 points in front of 16,301 spectators.
The full 2020 roster is set to be released on Thursday but several fixtures have already been announced including the Hawks' season-opener against Brisbane which will involve a reunion with their four-time premiership Tasmanian Grant Birchall.
Chief executive Justin Reeves said the draft fixture presented several blockbuster clashes against club rivals, predominantly featuring Friday and Saturday games.
"We're really excited with how Hawthorn's 2020 fixture is shaping up," Reeves said.
"We look set to receive a series of home games in traditional time slots."
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