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Panthers launches 2022 Indigenous Jersey Auction

Panthers is excited to launch the 2022 Indigenous Jersey Auction, in support of Panthers Indigenous community program ‘Sticks to Stadium’ and other community initiatives run by the club.

All 24 players named for the team's Round 12 fixture will individually sign their respective match-issued jerseys following Friday's clash with the Cowboys.

In addition, a team signed and framed 2022 Panthers Indigenous Jersey is available as part of the auction.


Proceeds from the auction will be divided between Panthers Indigenous program ‘Sticks to Stadium’ and other community initiatives run by the club.

The jerseys are accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

All of the auctions will end on Wednesday 1 June, 2022 and are exclusively available via the Panther Shop.


The 2022 Panthers Indigenous Jersey recognises the many roles played by both men and women in Rugby League within the Darug Nation.

The front of the jersey features the meeting place of BlueBet Stadium on Darug land and the iconic Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains.

The jersey comprises of both male and female handprints, representing both genders as equals. The handprint of J'maine Hopgood (Gurang Gurang) and Chris Smith (Arrernte) is featured on the front and back of the jersey respectively. Accompanying them is the handprints of Taylah Murray (Darkinjung), an important and highly respected member of the Panthers commercial team.

Situated under the handprints, encircled by the symbol for men and women are the Darug Totems, a fruit bat for men and a ringtail possum for women.

The Indigenous designs are accompanied by symbols and patterns painted by Glen Liddiard which demonstrate unity, connection and a common meeting place being BlueBet Stadium, where both men and women unite over their passion and pride for their team.

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.