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The first game at Pepper Stadium for 2017 arrives this weekend as the Panthers host Sydney Roosters on Saturday. All the information you need to plan your day is provided below.

**FURTHER UPDATE** As stated on the original draw, the ISP Panthers match against Mounties will be played at Aubrey Keech Reserve at 3pm Saturday. Apologies for any confusion.

WHEN: Saturday 18th March
WHERE: Pepper Stadium, Penrith
GATES OPEN: 4:30pm
NYC KICK-OFF: 4:45pm
NRL KICK-OFF: 7:00pm



There'll be plenty of action off the field, as well as on the field, with activities for the whole family running throughout the day.


Kids can get their faces painted and enjoy carnival rides at Kidz Korner located inside the northern entrance.


A DJ will be playing music inside the West Precinct, where there will also be an array of food and beverage options to suit everyone's tastebuds.


Visit the Brydens Lawyers Photo Booth inside the West Precinct and get your gameday momento. Post your photo to Instagram or Twitter and use the #pantherpride. The best pics will be displayed on the big screen before the NRL clash.


Collect your individual Matt Moylan player poster from outside the West Gate. There will be a new collectable poster available at each home game. 

Ticket information:

Tickets are on sale now through Ticketek. Click here to secure your tickets to the game.

Getting to the game:

Plan your trip to the game using public transport by clicking here.

Fans travelling to Penrith via train can disembark at Penrith Station and take a short walk down Station Street to Pepper Stadium.

Own transport and parking:

Free parking is available at Panthers Leagues Club and surrounding streets.

Paid parking is available at:

-       Howell Oval (outside the southern entrance of Pepper Stadium),

-       Penrith Paceway (outside the western entrance of Pepper Stadium).

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.