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Game One of the 2024 Ampol Women's State of Origin will kick off on Thursday, May 16 with NSW and Queensland to battle it out across a historical three-game series. 

Taking place on the eve of NRL Magic Round Brisbane 2024 (May 17-19), the Thursday night showdown will officially launch the 2024 Ampol State of Origin series, with both the men and women set to battle it out from May to July.

After last year's two-game series saw Queensland scrape through on a points aggregate system and as current holders of the Shield, Tahnee Norris' women have the first opportunity to host the expanded series twice and defend their title in 2024. 

It will be the first time that a standalone Women’s Origin game has been held at Suncorp Stadium and follows a record-breaking year for the event, with new attendance and broadcast benchmarks set across both games in 2023, including a crowd of 18,275 in Townsville.

Game Two and the potential decider will be played out in front of passionate Sky Blues fans at McDonald Jones Stadium Followed by Game II on Thursday, 6 June at McDonald Jones Stadium while Game Three will return to Queensland Country Bank Stadium on June 27.

Ampol Women's State of Origin schedule

  • Origin I – Thursday, May 16, 7.45pm at Suncorp Stadium
  • Origin II – Thursday, June 6, 7.45pm at McDonald Jones Stadium
  • Origin III – Thursday, June 27, 7.45pm at Queensland Country Bank Stadium 

Where can I buy tickets?

Tickets for Ampol Women’s State of Origin 2024 start at just $15 for adults and $35 for families, via To truly elevate the Origin experience, NRL Hospitality packages are also on sale via

Game One event schedule

  • 6.00pm – Gates open (Suncorp members only)
  • 6.15pm – Gates open (General public)
  • 7.45pm – Women's Origin I, QLD v NSW

What's on at Game One?

Westpac Zone and Catch&Keep

Make sure you head to the Westpac Zone in the precinct to test your Catch&Keep skills and stand a chance to win a NRL Premiership footy! The challenge is simple – how many balls can you Catch&Keep? Westpac’s Catch&Keep is also back! If you’re the lucky fan who catches a footy sailing into the stands at this year's Women’s State of Origin, you keep it, along with the memories.

Ampol Little Origin

Fan favourite Ampol Little Origin is back for 2024! Kicking off at half time of Ampol Women’s State of Origin I, witness the first clash between some of NSW & QLD’s youngest stars as they take to the field for the ultimate Ampol Little Origin title. 

Bundy Bar and Backyard Deck

Clock off work and enjoy some Bundy with mates as you get hyped for the first clash of the series with the unmissable vibes pre-game at the Bundy Bar.

The Bundy Backyard Deck is the ultimate spot to view the Game One of the Ampol Women's State of Origin Series. Enjoy premium seating, complimentary food and Bundy beverages plus the opportunity to meet and greet with the NRL legends.

Chemist Warehouse VIP Deck & Wellness Zone 

The Chemist Warehouse VIP Deck will offer lucky fans an upgrade to the best seats in the house! Includes full hospitality, gift bags and the opportunity to mingle with NRL legends. Head to the Chemist Warehouse wellness zone in the precinct for fun, games and prizes to be won, and be on the lookout for Chemist Warehouse representatives when you enter the stadium for your chance of a VIP deck upgrade!

Other Game Day Activations

  • Harvey Norman Immersive Experience – Visit the Harvey Norman Immersive Experience, brought to you by Hisense, and witness the best Women's State of Origin moments in a fully immersive room thanks to Hisense. Enter for your chance to win Harvey Norman's biggest Prize giveaway. Don’t miss out on your free photo moment with daily giveaways and entertainment for all!
  • Power's Pub – Come and sit in the Power's Pub and enjoy a drink. The Power's Pub gives you the best seat in the precinct to soak in the festivities.
  • Youi Magic Kick – Come down to the Youi Magic Kick in the precinct and test your kicking skills!  Best kickers will each win a prize.
  • Steeden Magic Alley – The Steeden Magic Alley gives fans the opportunity to test out their throwing skills and the chance to win a Steeden ball.

The history behind women's State of Origin

Interstate rivalry between New South Wales and Queensland began in 1999 but wasn't officially called State of Origin until 2018. 

In 2023, the Origin expanded to a two-game series and, after both sides came away with a win, Queensland were crowned winners on a points aggregate system.

2024 will see the game expand to a three-game series for the first time.

Recent women's Origin results

  • 2023 G2: New South Wales 18 def. Queensland 14 (Townsville)  
  • 2023 G1: Queensland 18 def. New South Wales 10 (Sydney)
  • 2022: New South Wales 20 def. Queensland 14 (Canberra)
  • 2021: Queensland 8 def. New South Wales 6 (Sunshine Coast)
  • 2020: Queensland 24 def. New South Wales 18 (Sunshine Coast)
  • 2019: New South Wales 14 def. Queensland 4 (Sydney)
  • 2018: New South Wales 16 def. Queensland 10 (Sydney)
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