Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will host several blockbuster home games at 4 Pines Park next season following the release today of the 2024 NRL Telstra Premiership draw.
The Sea Eagles play 10 home games at 4 Pines Park with their first match at their spiritual ground against the Sydney Roosters in round two on Sunday, March 17, at 4.05pm.
Here are some of the key points of the 2024 Sea Eagles draw:
Viva, Las Vegas
The Sea Eagles will have the honour of hosting the South Sydney Rabbitohs in a home game as part of the historic Double Header at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 2, at 6.30pm.
The match will be broadcast live in Australia on Fox League on Sunday, March 3, at 1.30pm.
This is a wonderful opportunity for the Sea Eagles to showcase our proud club and gain incredible exposure in the US market.
You can download our draw here.
The Sea Eagles play the following teams at 4 Pines Park in 2024: Sydney Roosters, Penrith Panthers, Parramatta Eels, Canberra Raiders, Melbourne Storm, St George-Illawarra Dragons, Newcastle Knights, Gold Coast Titans, New Zealand Warriors, Cronulla Sutherland-Sharks.
Home games schedule at 4 Pines Park
Thursday 7.50pm: None
Friday 6pm: vs Canberra Raiders; NZ Warriors,
Friday 8pm: vs Parramatta Eels; Melbourne Storm
Saturday 5.30pm: vs Penrith Panthers
Sunday 2pm: vs St George-Illawarra Dragons; Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
Sunday 4.05pm; vs Sydney Roosters; Newcastle Knights; Gold Coast Titans.
Sunday afternoon footy
Make sure you secure your best seat with these big Sunday afternoon showdowns at 4 Pines Park.
- Rd 2 vs Roosters, Sunday, March 17, 4.05pm.
- Rd 15 vs Dragons, Sunday, June 16, 2pm
- Rd 19 vs Knights, Sunday, July 14, 4.05pm
- Rd 20 vs Titans, Sunday, July 21, 4.05pm
- Rd 27 vs Sharks, Sunday, September 8, 2pm
It will be the Dragons' first trip back to 4 Pines Park since 2019.
The First Five
The Sea Eagles face an early acid test in the first five rounds against 2023 finalists Sydney Roosters and Penrith Panthers with both games at 4 Pines Park.
The Run In
In the run into the Telstra Premiership finals, the Sea Eagles play the following teams in the last five rounds - Canberra Raiders (away), Warriors (home), Wests Tigers (away), Canterbury (away), and finish with a home game against Cronulla.
The Sea Eagles have fared fairly well in the all-important turnaround times between each round.
5 days: 0 games
6 days: 7 games
7+ days: 16 games
The Sea Eagles play the following teams twice - Dragons, Eels, Panthers, Rabbitohs, Raiders, Roosters, Titans, Warriors.
NRL Themed Rounds
The NRL has released the following themed rounds for 2024.
Rd 3: Multicultural Round (Manly away to Eels)
Rd 8: ANZAC Round (Manly home to Eels)
Rd 11: Magic Round (Manly home to Brisbane)
Rd 12: Indigenous Round (Manly home to Storm)
Rd 15: Beanie for Brain Cancer Round (Manly home to Dragons)
Rd 22: Women In League Round (Manly bye)
The Sea Eagles will again play a home match against 2023 Grand Finalists, the Brisbane Broncos, at Suncorp Stadium on the Friday night in Magic Round on May 17.
2024 marks the final year of the existing deal that sees Manly play a home against the Broncos at Suncorp.
Sunny times for Sea Eagles in Qld
Rejoice, Sea Eagles supporters in Queensland!
After only playing up north just once in 2023, Manly will play four games in Queensland against the Gold Coast Titans, Dolphins, Brisbane Broncos, and the Nth Qld Cowboys.
The Sea Eagles have been allocated byes in rounds 13, 17, and 22.
The State of Origin series will be played in Sydney on June 5, in Melbourne on June 26, and in Brisbane on July 17.
With the Sea Eagles having byes leading into Games One and Two, Manly will only possibly be affected for the clash against the Newcastle Knights at 4 Pines Park in round 19 ahead of the third Origin match.
Pack your Easter eggs for an away trip to WIN Stadium, Wollongong, when the Sea Eagles tackle the St George-Illawarra Dragons on Easter Saturday, March 30, at 5.30pm.
One of the great highlights of the NRL season is ANZAC Round.
In 2024, the Sea Eagles will play the Parramatta Eels in a Friday night classic on April 26, the day after ANZAC Day.
The Sea Eagles will travel 30,146 km in 2024. The average team travel next season is 22,805km.
Manly have five interstate games compared to the NRL average of 6.8 matches. The Sea Eagles also have two international trips, one to Las Vegas and the second to Auckland.
Manly will receive valuable free-to-air-exposure for their major corporate partners with 10 games being shown on Channel Nine.
All Sea Eagles matches will again be shown live on Fox League.
Become a Manly Member
2024 Memberships are now on sale. This is your chance to secure Early Bird pricing, limited edition trading cards and guaranteed Christmas Delivery by purchasing before November 19.
Sea Eagles Members receive huge savings on ticket prices, invites to exclusive events, discounted merchandise and much more.