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Gameday Guide: World Club Challenge

All eyes will be on BlueBet Stadium this Saturday as the back-to-back NRL premiers face off against English Super League champions St Helens for the chance at world glory.

Event Details

With the Panthers winning the last two NRL Premierships, and St Helens victors of the last four English Super League titles, this is promising to be a clash for the ages.

The St Helens side is littered with former NRL stars, with Will Hopoate, Konrad Hurrell and Sione Mata’utia all part of the visitors starting side that faced the Dragons in Week 1 of the Pre-Season Challenge.

2023 Panthers members need to purchase tickets for the World Club Challenge.


Panthers fans of all ages will be entertained with the best carnival rides coming to Kidz Korner in the North Precinct. All carnival rides are FREE for kids of all ages.


It's our club's call to arms. Make your own Panthers flag, bring one from home or buy one from the Panther Shop. The main thing is to get involved!


To celebrate the historic event The Basement at Panthers Penrith Leagues Club will be serving pints of St Helens Amber Ale will be exclusively available on gameday. 

Searching for an English pub favourite? The Grub will be slinging classic fish and chips with malt vinegar as well as hearty beef and ale pies!

The Basement will be open from 11am until late while The Grub will open at 11:30am lunch, dinner or a post game snack will be available in from 11.30am.



Free parking is available within the grounds of Panthers Penrith Leagues Club, including over 500 spaces in the multi-level car park near Aqua Golf, plus parking to the front and the south of the club.

Paid parking is also available nearby at Penrith Paceway.

Additional street parking is available surrounding BlueBet 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.