Cbus Super Stadium at Night

WHAT'S ON

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Fri 12 Apr
Gates Open 3:50 PM
Start time 6:00 PM

GC Titans v Penrith Panthers

All eyes will be on the Panthers in 2019, with new coach Ivan Cleary arriving to form a new brains-trust with his halfback and son – NSW State of Origin star Nathan – for the new season.

Penrith will again be one of the title favourites, with the “premiership window” open for what is regarded as one of the most-balanced rosters in the competition.

New Zealand Test skipper Dallin Watene-Zelezniak headlines a brilliant attacking backline, with veteran James Maloney pulling the strings from five-eighth.

This game would have been pencilled into the diaries of Titans coach Garth Brennan and Gold Coast players Tyrone Peachey, Bryce Cartwright and Michael Gordon very early in the piece – with the former Panthers determined to get one over their old club.

With a family-friendly kick-off time of 6pm on a Friday night, this game should attract a big crowd and big atmosphere to Cbus Super Stadium as the Titans look to send a message to the rest of the NRL against one of the competition heavyweights.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 3:50pm
Curtain Raiser Grass Roots Membership Come & Try Clinic: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
NRL Kick Off: 6:00pm

Sun 21 Apr
Gates Open 11:20 AM
Start time 2:00 PM

GC Titans v Newcastle Knights

Containing the brilliance of Newcastle sensation Kalyn Ponga will be priority No.1 for the Titans in this game, after the electric rookie enjoyed a watershed season in 2018.

The Titans got home 33-26 over the Knights in the corresponding game at Cbus Super Stadium last season, but not before Ponga set the game alight with his individual brilliance, including a long-range try.

It was form that Ponga, one of the game’s hottest players, carried through the entire season, leading to him making his State of Origin debut for Queensland.

While the Knights had a disappointing season in 2018, like the Titans they are a team on the rise in 2019.

Representative forwards Tim Glasby and David Klemmer have brought a hard and tough edge to the Knights' pack this season, setting up an explosive confrontation with the Titans' pack boasting giants Ryan James, Shannon Boyd and Moeaki Fotuaika.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs Brisbane Broncos in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 11:20am
1st Curtain Raiser (Titans Physical Disability Team vs Invitational Team: 11.25am
2nd Curtain Raiser (Titans v Broncos Women's Touch Football): 12:00pm
3rd Curtain Raiser (Titans v Broncos Men's Touch Football): 12:40pm

NRL Kick Off: 2:00pm

Sat 18 May
Gates Open 12:30 PM
Start time 3:00 PM

GC Titans v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

Everyone in rugby league knows that you should never underestimate any team with a guy named Lewis in the No.6 jersey, and that absolutely rings true with the Canterbury Bulldogs in 2019.

Lachlan Lewis, the nephew of former Test skipper and Gold Coast Seagulls captain Wally Lewis, enjoyed a breakthrough season last year, establishing himself as one of the most promising playmakers in the game.

The Bulldogs will be looking for Lewis to continue his rise this season, and form a potentially lethal halves combination with veteran Kieran Foran, who is looking to re-establish himself as one of the game’s elite after injury and controversy ruined his 2018 season.

The Bulldogs have recruited Queensland State of Origin prop Dylan Napa, and hope his size and aggression will accelerate the return of the “Dogs of War” mentality that coach Dean Pay has been working hard to rebuild.

This could be one of the most brutal games of the season. Will the Titans have the extra bit of class needed to get the points?

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 12:30pm
Curtain Raiser (Match TBC): 12:35pm
NRL Kick Off: 3:00pm

Sun 02 Jun
Gates Open 2:00 PM
Start time 4:05 PM

GC Titans v North Queensland Cowboys

The Cowboys did it tough in 2018, but you won’t see too many tears being shed among their NRL rivals.

While North Queensland missed the finals and bid farewell to club champion Johnathan Thurston last year, it is hard to believe the Cowboys will be down for long given the talent at their disposal in one of the game’s best rosters.

Representative goliaths Jason Taumalolo, Matt Scott, Jordan McLean, Coen Hess, Gavin Cooper and Michael Morgan will this year be joined by Test forward Josh McGuire (Broncos) and former Titan Nene Macdonald (Dragons) as the Cowboys look to return to the top.

One of the biggest and best games of the 2018 season at Cbus Super Stadium, the “Surf and Turf” derby between the Gold Coast and North Queensland will again be one of the big-ticket matches of the Titans’ premiership campaign.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs New Zealand Warriors in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 2:00pm
1st Curtain Raiser (Women's Titans v Warriors Touch Football): 2:05pm
2nd Curtain Raiser (Men's Titans v Warriors Touch Football): 2:45pm
NRL Kick Off: 4:05pm

Fri 14 Jun
Gates Open 3:50 PM
Start time 6:00 PM

GC Titans v New Zealand Warriors

This is always one of the biggest games of the season at Cbus Super Stadium, as the visiting Warriors fans bring a unique atmosphere to the home of the Gold Coast Titans.

The sleeping giants of the competition, the Warriors finally looked like stirring last season with new levels of professionalism and consistency to complement their traditional attack-at-all-costs playing philosophy.

The game against the Warriors at Cbus Super Stadium last year delivered the Titans their biggest win of the 2018 season – a 36-12 pasting that showed just how good this Titans team can be when firing on all cylinders.

Few will forget the try scored by flying Titans winger Phillip Sami when he bamboozled Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck with an enormous sidestep on the way to one of his two tries for the afternoon.

Can Sami and the Titans do it again? Get your seat and be there to play your part in making it happen!

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 3:50pm
Curtain Raiser (Match TBC): 3:55pm
NRL Kick Off: 6:00pm

Sat 29 Jun
Gates Open 12:30 PM
Start time 3:00 PM

GC Titans v Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

This one will be a little personal for the Manly Sea Eagles.

The Titans were too strong for the silvertails last season, beating Manly both times they squared off in 2018.

The first was a memorable 32-20 win for the Gold Coast at Marley Brown Oval in Gladstone, but it was the second – a breathtaking 42-34 win to the Titans at Manly’s home at Lottoland in Sydney – that would have hurt them the most.

Manly led that game 22-6 just before halftime in front of their home fans in Round 23, but the brave and resilient Titans clawed their way back off the canvas to score a comeback win for the ages.

AJ Brimson started the fightback with a brilliant try just before halftime, and from there the Titans were relentless, hammering home an unforgettable and gutsy win.

Manly will be determined to make amends when they arrive at Cbus Super Stadium in Round 16, and will have a former Titan helping them on their revenge mission, with Kane Elgey to line up in maroon and white against his former teammates in his home town.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 12:30pm
Curtain Raiser (Match TBC): 12:35pm
NRL Kick Off: 3:00pm

Sun 21 Jul
Gates Open 11:55 AM
Start time 2:00 PM

GC Titans v Melbourne Storm

No Billy Slater, no worries for the Melbourne Storm, who remain one of the benchmark sides of the competition after a decade of dominance in the NRL.

Beaten grand finalists last year, the Storm still remain one of the biggest dangers in the competition, with ageless skipper Cameron Smith and brilliant Queenslander Cameron Munster leading a lethal playing roster orchestrated by master coach Craig Bellamy.

But the Titans’ recent form against the Storm shows that the Gold Coast is ready to go toe-to-toe with any team in the competition.

The last time these two teams met at Cbus Super Stadium, in Round 24 last year, the Titans gave the Storm a mighty fright – leading 8-0 late in the match.

But the experience and guile of Slater and Munster saw the Storm sneak home for a 10-8 win.

The Titans of 2019 will be ready to make sure they don’t let another golden opportunity slip, and show that they can match it with the best teams in the NRL.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 11:55am
1st Curtain Raiser (Women's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:00pm
2nd Curtain Raiser (Men's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:40pm
NRL Kick Off: 2:00pm

 

Sat 27 Jul
Gates Open 3:05 PM
Start time 5:30 PM

GC Titans v Brisbane Broncos

Grudge matches don’t get any bigger than this Big Brother v Little Brother derby between southeast Queensland rivals Gold Coast and Brisbane.

Always one of the biggest games on the Cbus Super Stadium calendar, this match is guaranteed to deliver a great atmosphere as these “friendly” rivals turn on the fireworks in Round 19.

The Titans and Broncos split the honours in their two matches last season, with the Titans delivering a surprise belting to the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium in April, before Brisbane returned the favour to the Gold Coast at Cbus Super Stadium later in the year.

All eyes will be on the Broncos to see how they adjust to life without Wayne Bennett, with new coach Anthony Seibold keen to make his mark on a Brisbane club that is becoming impatient for an overdue title.

But they will have to get past the Titans first, with the new-look Gold Coast team determined to defend their patch and prove that the powerbase among the Queensland-based NRL clubs has shifted forever.

Gold Coast fans, we need you with us! Grab your ticket and get behind your team.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 3:00pm
Curtain Raiser All Star International: 3:05pm

NRL Kick Off: 5:30pm

Fri 16 Aug
Gates Open 3:50 PM
Start time 6:00 PM

GC Titans v Parramatta Eels

We all know what happens when a snake gets backed into a corner, but what about an Eel?

Despite Parramatta’s season of disaster in 2018, this is looming as one of the danger games for the Titans at Cbus Super Stadium in 2019. The Eels, one of the pre-season title favourites, imploded last season to finish at the bottom of the ladder.

But with the addition of key playing personnel, and the guidance of astute coach Brad Arthur, the NRL’s “other” blue-and-golds will be on a revenge mission this season.

Despite their poor season last year, the Eels were still dangerous enough to toss the Titans in their one and only match-up – a disappointing 28-12 loss for the Gold Coast in Sydney.

It was a hammer blow for the Titans’ season, and has not been forgotten. The Gold Coast boys will be looking to return the favour when the Eels come to town in Round 22.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 3:50pm
Curtain Raiser Women's (Match TBC): 3:55pm

NRL Kick Off: 6:00pm

Sat 07 Sep
Gates Open 5:20 PM
Start time 7:30 PM

GC Titans v St. George Illawarra Dragons

The Dragons proved to be a revelation last season, finally exploding the myth about them being late-season chokers and establishing themselves as one of the true powerhouses of the NRL premiership.

As usual, the Dragons had an electric start to the year, but when their form and results started to slide late in the season, many were quick to write them off as a genuine premiership threat.

That criticism needed a rethink however when the Dragons belted the Broncos 48-18 in the first week of the NRL finals at Suncorp Stadium in a boilover no one saw coming.

The Dragons will be looking to build on that reputation in 2019, and will be riding on one of the most potent attacking combinations in the competition with former Eel Corey Norman joining Ben Hunt and Gareth Widdop in the Red V this season.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Gates Open: 5:20pm
Curtain Raiser (Match TBC): 5:25pm

NRL Kick Off: 7:30pm