ANZ Stadium will play host to two NRL rivalry matches over the Easter long weekend, starting with the traditional Good Friday clash between the Bulldogs and Rabbitohs and ending with the Eels vs. Wests Tigers on Easter Monday.
Free integrated transport (trains, buses and ferries) to and from both matches at ANZ Stadium across the Easter weekend is included as part of all pre-purchased tickets and NRL club memberships.
Good Friday and Easter Saturday will both see three matches played, with one game each on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
Outside of the traditional matches at ANZ Stadium, games will spread along the east coast – from Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, where the Broncos will host the Titans in an all Queensland affair on Good Friday; to GIO Stadium in Canberra on Easter Saturday, with the Raiders taking on the Warriors.
NRL Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew Abdo encouraged fans to support their team at matches live across the Easter long weekend, with only eight points separating all teams.
“Across the Easter round, there will be plenty of entertainment for kids and families at matches and then there’s the games’ themselves to look forward to across the long weekend.
“We’re in for another blockbuster round of Easter footy!”
Fans heading to ANZ Stadium for matches across the Easter long weekend can also take advantage of visiting the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
With upwards of 125,000 people expected each day in Sydney Olympic Park over Easter to take in the show and matches, ANZ Stadium officials are reminding rugby league patrons to take advantage of additional public transport services, with the cost of transport included in pre-purchased tickets and NRL club memberships.
For further information on entertainment and match-day specials across the Easter round, head to individual club websites.