Seven successive Grand Finals, four premierships and a string of champion players from Don Scott, Leigh Matthews, Peter Knights and Michael Tuck through Chris Langford, Chris Mew and Gary Buckenara.
There would be the club's first Brownlow Medallists in Robert Dipierdomenico and John Platten, a dual Norm Smith Medallist in Gary Ayres and a goalkicker of class in thousand goal man Jason Dunstall.
Over 100 minutes of action showing exactly why the eighties belonged to the Hawks. Relive the biggest stories of the decade. The debut of "The Kid", the Matthews-Bruns affair and the "Battle of 89."
Stroll back through an era in which Hawthorn reigned supreme. Set the standards for modern football. Played hard and left bruised and bewildered opponents.
These were the champion Hawks.