Old Boys Day is going to be huge.
The nib Newcastle Knights are at home for the final game of the season, hosting St George Illawara from 3pm on Saturday, September 1.
With so much going on, we've pulled together an ultimate guide to Round 25 so you don't miss a thing.
Gates open at 12.30pm with our Jersey Flegg Knights hosting the Qualifying Final against Mounties at 12.40pm.
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The 20s will battle it out with the winner only one game away from a grand final appearance.
Outside the ground, there's a ton going on.
You're guaranteed to find something for everyone with our Match day sponsor, McDonald Jones Homes, hosting their very own Old Boys Day Photo Booth, and have invited a few special guests to celebrate the day.
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From gates until kick off, be sure to visit their marquee in the Fan Zone where Members and fans can celebrate the Club's two historic milestones with the 1997 and 2001 Grand Final trophies.
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Have your photo taken alongside the two trophies. Each person will receive their very own polaroid to take home and an extra special version to share and post on your social media.
The booth will get a little more exclusive when some of our premiership winning powerhouses, including Kurt Gidley and Mark Hughes make a special appearance.
The fan zone also features McDonald's, Kelly Trotter Motor Group, Face painting, Inflatable bungee run, Oakvale Farm mobile petting zoo, Brydens Lawyers, KOFM, Buy a Bale and a Buy a Bale semi-trailer.
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At Old Boys Day, we are encouraging all the members and supporters for both the Knights and Dragons to give generously to support Rural Aid's Buy A Bale campaign to help Australian farmers.
Inside the stadium, we will acknowledge our Australian schoolboys' representatives, plus the cheerleaders and Old Boys will be on show.
The Old Boys Hall of Famers will be presented to the crowd and taking part in a lap of honour.
The NRL kicks off at 3pm with the Old Boys providing a Guard of Honour for the Knights as they run out onto the ground.
At halftime, McDonald Jones Homes will host an inflatable ball relay.
At fulltime, be sure to stick around with several presentations set to take place.
First, Mitchell Pearce will be presented the match ball with the halfback's 250th NRL game being acknowledged this weekend.
Pearce clocked the milestone up while playing the Warriors.
We will also farewell our departing players.
You won't want to miss the speeches and, of course, the lap of honour to thanks the red and blue faithful for turning out.
See you at the game!