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Revamped 2020 NRL draw revealed

The Panthers will be staying in Sydney for the foreseeable future as the revamped 2020 NRL draw reveals the road ahead.

The team will either play at adopted home ground Campbelltown Stadium or Bankwest Stadium until Round 11.

The new schedule sees the Panthers take on the Eels, Tigers, Warriors, Sharks and Cowboys in home and away fixtures over the next 18 weeks.


It is hoped Panthers home games will return to Panthers Stadium later in the season, along with members and fans when government restrictions allow.

In the meantime Panthers members have been asked to consider pledging their membership fee to the club in its time of greatest need.


Rd 3 Panthers v Knights Sunday 31 May 4:05pm Campbelltown Stadium
Rd 4 Panthers v Warriors Friday 5 June 6:00pm Campbelltown Stadium
Rd 5 Eels v Panthers Friday 12 June 7:55pm Bankwest Stadium
Rd 6 Panthers v Storm Friday 19 June 7:55pm Campbelltown Stadium
Rd 7 Panthers v Rabbitohs Thursday 25 June 7:50pm Campbelltown Stadium
Rd 8 Wests Tigers v Panthers Saturday 4 July 7:35pm Campbelltown Stadium
Rd 9 Sharks v Panthers Saturday 11 July 3:00pm Bankwest Stadium
Rd 10  Panthers v Cowboys Sunday 19 July 4:05pm TBC
Rd 11 Titans v Panthers Sunday 26 July 4:05pm TBC
Rd 12 Sea Eagles v Panthers Saturday 1 August 7:35pm TBC
Rd 13 Panthers v Raiders Saturday 8 August 7:35pm TBC
Rd 14 Warriors v Panthers Friday 14 August 6:00pm TBC
Rd 15 Panthers v Sharks Friday 21 August 6:00pm TBC
Rd 16  Panthers v Wests Tigers Saturday 29 August 7:35pm TBC
Rd 17 Broncos v Panthers Thursday 3 September 7:50pm TBC
Rd 18  Panthers v Eels Friday 11 September 7:55pm TBC
Rd 19 Cowboys v Panthers Friday 18 September 6:00pm AEST TBC
Rd 20 Bulldogs v Panthers Saturday 26 September 3:00pm TBC
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.