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The games you won't want to miss in 2024

The draw for both the 2024 NRL and NRLW seasons have dropped, with the countdown on until Round 1.

Following an enthralling and historic 2023 season for the Club, the year of 2024 is set to go even bigger.

We've broken down some of the games you won't want to miss, home or away, in 2024.

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NRL Round 1 v Raiders (H)

The Semi-Final rematch against the Canberra Raiders will kick off the new season for the NRL side, back on home turf.

For the first time since 2021, the Knights will host a Round 1 fixture slated for Thursday night on March 7th.

The last time the Knights played the Raiders was in front of a sold out crowd of screaming Novocastrians last season in the first home Semi-Final since 2006.

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NRL Round 10 v Tigers (A)

The Knights will hit the road in Round 10 travelling west along the New England Highway to play the Wests Tigers.

The two teams will play a regional fixture at Tamworth's Scully Park, which holds 11,000 people.

The red and blue last visited the 'country music capital of the world' back in 2020 when they took on the Warriors.

NRL Round 11 v Titans (A)

The Knights are heading back to Magic Round in 2024 with the festival of footy set to ignite Brisbane once again.

The NRL side will play in the 3:00pm Saturday timeslot taking on the Gold Coast Titans.

With 16 teams set to play across the weekend, Knights fans will come together from far and wide to don the red and blue.

NRL Round 14 v Storm (A)

Victorian Knights fans, the NRL side will return to Melbourne to take on the Storm for the first time in five years.

The Knights last played at AAMI Park back in mid 2019.

The two teams met once in 2023, with the Knights coming out on top at McDonald Jones Stadium.

NRL Round 15 v Panthers (H)

The Knights return home in Round 15 for a blockbuster clash against the Penrith Panthers at McDonald Jones Stadium.

Scheduled for Sunday afternoon on June 16th, Newcastle will give their familiar welcome to the reigning premiers onto the home of the Knights.

The round will also form part of Beanie for Brain Cancer Round, an initiative close to the hearts of the Newcastle community and the game as a whole.

NRLW Round 1 v Roosters (H)

The back-to-back NRLW premiers will kick off their campaign against arch rivals, the Sydney Roosters, on home soil.

The standalone fixture is scheduled for Thursday July 25th with the squad set to chase an historic three-peat.

The two sides finished first and second respectively in 2023 setting up a massive opening round fixture.

NRL Round 23 v Tigers & NRLW Round 3 v Dragons (H)

The first home double-header with the NRL and NRLW sides is set down for the family-friendly time slot of Sunday afternoon on August 11th.

The NRL side will play first at 4:05pm against the Wests Tigers before the NRLW side tackle the Dragons at 6:10pm.

Come along for two massive games and watch both outfits at the home of the Knights.

NRL Round 27 v Dolphins & NRLW Round 7 v Broncos (H)

In the final game of the NRL season, the Knights will host a double-header with two Queensland rivals on another Sunday arvo in Newcastle.

As part of Old Boys Day at the Club, the NRL side will conclude their regular season taking on the Dolphins at 4:05pm.

The NRLW side will then play a Semi-Final rematch against the Brisbane Broncos from 6:10pm.