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Sold out: Knights announce second straight capacity crowd

It’s official, the nib Newcastle Knights have sold out their second-straight home game for our huge triple-header at McDonald Jones Stadium this Sunday.

This is the first time the Club has achieved consecutive sell-outs during the same regular season.

A total of 29,018 Members and supporters attended McDonald Jones Stadium last Sunday with similar numbers expected for this Sunday’s Old Boys Day triple-header.

Knights and Wests Group Chief Executive Officer Philip Gardner said this is exciting times for everyone at the Club.

“To have two sell out crowds in a row is a huge achievement for our Club and shows the great interest in our teams,” Gardner said.

“The NRL and NRLW sides are enjoying terrific form runs, and to see our community continuously show their support is tremendous.

“Looking across McDonald Jones Stadium and seeing people of all ages wearing their red and blue will be great to see, we look forward to welcoming everyone to the stadium on Sunday.”

Riding high after seven straight wins, the NRL side will tackle the Sharks at 4:05pm in the final regular season home game of the season with a potential finals spot on the line. 

A large majority of the Knights 1992 squad – the Club’s first side to qualify for a finals series – will form the traditional Old Boys Day guard of honour when the team run out.

NSW Cup action will kick-off the day at 11:30am before our NRLW side run out for a huge match-up against the Sharks at 1:45pm, chasing four straight wins of their own.

Following the completion of the NRL game, the Club will bid farewell to our departing players leaving at the end of the 2023 season.

Members and supporters are urged to plan their trip ahead of time and to view public transport options around the stadium on gameday.

We thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you all on Sunday.