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Sunday afternoon footy returns to Brookvale Oval on July 31 when the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles clash with the Newcastle Knights in Round 21 of the Telstra Premiership.

Golden Eagles Day, Sunday, July 31

Brookvale Oval


Gates Open: 1.30pm; NYC Kick Off: 1.45pm; Golden Eagles March: 2.30pm (from Manly Leagues Club to Brookvale Oval); NRL Kick Off: 4pm

Head to Head

Played 46: Manly 29, Newcastle 17

At Brookvale Oval

Played 16: Manly 14, Newcastle 2

Ticket offer

Try our One Game Try-Out Membership: $40 Adult, $35 Concession, $25 Junior, Family $105, and includes a General Admission ticket, Member Cap, keyring, sticker and lanyard.


Golden Eagles Association

The Golden Eagles Association recognises former Manly players and officials across all grades. Steve Menzies, Cliff Lyons, Mark Carroll, Daniel Gartner, Alan Thompson, Fred Jones, Dave Hosking, John Bucknall, Ronny Gibbs, Joe Galuvao, Craig Hancock, Michael Robertson and Josh Perry, are just some of the names who will be at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.

At 2.30pm, the Golden Eagles will march from Manly Leagues Club to Brookvale Oval before taking part in a lap of honour pre-match. They will then form a guard of honour for the NRL team entry.

URM Community Jersey

URM are the proud Match Day Partner and have enjoyed a 20 year relationship with the Sea Eagles.

The Sea Eagles NRL team will wear a URM Community jersey (pictured above) for the game based on the 1997 jersey to signify the 20th Anniversary of URM’s sponsorship of Manly.

Order your URM Community Jersey here.

Premiers Tribute

As part Club's 70th Anniversary year, the Sea Eagles will show video footage of Manly’s 1976 Grand Final win (13-10 over Parramatta), and the 1996 Grand Final win (20-8 over St George) prior to the main game.

1976 Manly Warringah team: John Gibbs, Gary Thoroughgood, Mark Willoughby, Col Parkes, Terry Hill, Brian Wilson; Steve Norton, Phil Lowe, John Harvey, Terry Randall, Russel Gartner, Tom Mooney, Graham Eadie, Alan Thompson; Rod Jackson, Bob Fulton (captain), Gary Stephens, Max Krilich, Ian Martin, Coach: Bob Fulton, Secretary: Ken Arthurson.

Manly’s 1996 Grand Final team: Matthew Ridge, Danny Moore, Craig Innes, Terry Hill, John Hopoate, Nik Kosef, Geoff Toovey (c), David Gillespie, Jim Serdaris, Mark Carroll, Steve Menzies, Daniel Gartner, Owen Cunningham; interchange: Cliff Lyons, Neil Tierney, Craig Hancock, Des Hasler; Coach: Bob Fulton.


The first 2000 supporters through the gates will receive a free Sea Eagles Clap Banner. You can even grab some posters from the Manly Seabirds.

Community Partner

The Sea Eagles are proud to support Full Stop Foundation. Click here to learn more.

Post Match Function

Sea Eagles supporters will have the chance to meet the players following Sunday’s match against Newcastle at Brookvale Oval.

The Manly players who take on the Knights (subject to injury) will attend a signing session at the bottom of the stairs (outside the Cliff Lyons Room) at Manly Leagues Club, Pittwater Road, Brookvale, from 7.15pm-7.45pm.

Supporters of all ages are welcome to attend and meet their favourite players.

Please note current injured players may not be in attendance.

Visit the Membership Marquee

Become a Sea Eagles Member in 2016! The Membership Marquee will be located at Ken Arthurson Stand entrance for any Membership Sales and Game Day Enquiries.

Sea Eagles Ticket Office

The Sea Eagles Ticket Box Office is located at the far left window of the portable ticket box opposite the Ken Arthurson grandstand and will be open from 1pm.

All Members who have lost or are yet to receive their Membership cards can see our Membership staff at this window to redeem a ticket. Relevant ID is required for the team to check your information within our database.



Acknowledgement of Country

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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