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All fans planning to travel to Allianz stadium this Saturday, for the match between Panthers vs Roosters are requested to plan ahead.

Sydney trains has advised track work is planned between Emu Plains and Blacktown with express shuttle buses to operate every 15 minutes to get fans from Penrith to Blacktown and an all-stops bus service will run every five to eight minutes.

A fleet of additional buses will be strategically placed at Katoomba, Springwood, Penrith and St Marys all afternoon as express services to Blacktown, in case crowds are larger than expected. The same buses will be redirected to Blacktown from 8pm on the same basis for fans returning home afterwards.

Extra staff will be at Penrith, Blacktown and Mt Druitt to assist customers.

For specific information on getting to the Panthers vs Roosters match click here.

For more information on getting to and from this weekend’s NRL finals matches, visit

Panthers Dedicated Train

For passionate fans, groups, schools, clubs, or anyone who wants to be with like-minded panther fans, Sydney Trains has arranged a dedicated train ONLY for Panthers fans.

Fans can catch one of the buses mentioned above to Blacktown and link up with the Panthers dedicated train at 3.54pm

Please note times for the Panthers train:

Richmond – 15:16

Toongabbie – 16:00

East Richmond – 15:18

Pendle Hill – 16:03

Clarendon – 15:23

Wentworthville – 16:05

Windsor – 15:26                  

Westmead – 16:08

Mulgrave – 15:29

Parramatta – 1612

Vineyard – 15:33

Harris Park – 16:13

Riverstone – 15:40

Granville – 16:16

Schofields -15:44

Lidcombe – 16:22

Quakers Hill – 15:47

Strathfield – 16:28

Marayong – 15:50

Burwood – 16:30

Blacktown – 15:54

Redfern – 16:40

Seven Hills – 15:57

Central – 16:42

Private Buses

Private buses are also available which leave the leagues club 2.30pm, direct to Allianz Stadium, returning immediately after the match back to Panthers Leagues Club.

For more information click here

Acknowledgement of Country

Penrith Panthers players and staff respect and honour the traditional custodians of the land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.