Get ready for Monday night footy!
The Knights search for back-to-back wins as they prepare to take on the Brisbane Broncos in another big match on Monday night at Hunter Stadium.
The Newcastle Knights has named a 17-man team for Monday’s Round 11 match against the team from up North.
Coach Rick Stone has brought Joseph Tapine into the starting side to replace Beau Scott, who is in camp with the NSW Origin side.
The team is otherwise unchanged following last weekend’s win.
Game Day Information
Newcastle Knights v Brisbane Broncos
Round 10: Saturday May 25
Gates open: 4.30pm
NYC kick off: 4.45pm
NRL kick off: 7pm
Venue: Hunter Stadium
Around the Ground
The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal who will be conducting various activities at the game including bucket collections and face painting.
Fox Sports will be giving away 5000 flags to help fans to cheer on the team. Get there early to get your hands on one.
Knights thank SES
The Knights invite SES volunteers to Monday night’s match as a sign of appreciation for their efforts during the recent storms.
The complimentary ticket is general admission and any accompanying guests may purchase a general admission ticket (Adult $25, Concession $20, Child $10). Tickets can be collected or purchased at any Ticketmaster Box Office window at the stadium on match day.
Don't let the forecast deter from attending the match. Members can upgrade their seats based on availability. To upgrade on match day, visit any Ticketmaster Box Office window, show a Member card and ask to be upgraded for the day. Upgrade fees apply.
Need help on match day?
The Knights Membership team will be available on match day from 4pm at the Member Service Office located in the box office next to the western entrance.
Getting to Hunter Stadium
Parking is available for the full season or on a match-by-match basis through Ticketmaster.
Members and supporters have the option of unreserved parking at District Park ($7) and The Harness Club ($10).
Key Points for Harness Club:
· No reserved parking
· $10 per vehicle
· Entry via Jackson Street
• Please note: District Park will not be available for parking at Monday's game due to wetness and forecasted rain.
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.