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Reunion of the 1988 Newcastle Knights 

Round 1 will see the reunion of the 1988 Newcastle Knights with the Club celebrating the occasion with an 80s themed game day at Hunter Stadium.

The year of 1988 was a momentous one for Club. On March 5, the Newcastle Knights played their first game in the NSWRL at the then Newcastle International Sports Centre (Hunter Stadium).

Along with the reunion of the Knights 1988 team there will be a cover band playing hits from 1988 and the Knights cheer squad performing an 80s themed routine.

Game Day Information 

Newcastle Knights v New Zealand Warriors 
Round 1: Saturday March 7
Gates Open: 11.45am
NYC Kick off: 12pm
NSW Cup Kick off: 2.10pm
NRL Kick off: 4.30pm

Membership update

Membership packs for all Members who renewed or joined before midnight on February 17, 2015 should now have arrived via post.

Those who joined as a Member after Tuesday February 17 will need to collect a temporary ticket for access to the game against the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday March 7. Temporary tickets will need to be collected from the Membership Service Office. Member card and packs will then be mailed out and will arrive before the Round 2 home game against the Penrith Panthers.

It's not too late to join as a Knights Member. Click here to be UKNIGHTED with the Club for Round 1. 

Need help on match day? 

The Knights Membership team will be available on match day from 11.30am at the Member Service Office located in the box office next to the western entrance.
 Long queues are expected at our Member Services Office on Saturday, so ensure you allow enough time before the game should you need assistance. You don't want to miss a minute of the action.

The team will be available until 12pm on Friday March 6, if there is anything you may need before Saturday. Please note, the Membership offices will be closed on weekends.

Getting to Hunter Stadium

Parking is available for the full season or on a match by match basis through Ticketmaster.

The nearest train station to Hunter Stadium is Broadmeadow Station, approximately 1.5km away. Regular trains are available from Sydney and stop at stations including Central, Strathfield, Hornsby, Gosford, Wyong, Morisset and Cardiff on route to Broadmeadow. For a full list of stations and timetables visit NSW Transport.

The nearest bus stop is at Young and Turton Road, New Lambton. The following buses stop within 1km of the stadium:
Down Turton Road: 231 and 111
Down Lambton Road: 363, 230, 222 and 317
 Other buses: 225, 226 and 322
. For more information on bus travel and routes, please visit NSW Transport.

Buy your ticket to the game HERE.