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Indigenous Jersey Auction now open

Own a piece of Panthers history with bidding now open for our Indigenous Jersey Auction from the team’s Round 12 clash against Cronulla Sharks.

Proceeds from the auction will go directly to supporting the Panthers Foundation’s flagship Indigenous outreach program Sticks to Stadium.

Included in the auction will be signed individual match-worn jerseys and a framed Indigenous Jersey signed by the team who takes the field on Saturday 25 May against Cronulla Sharks.

All items will be accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

The Indigenous Jersey Auctions will end on Friday 31 May 2024.


More about the Panthers Indigenous Jersey

The 2024 Panthers Indigenous Jersey features returning Panther Daine Laurie’s handprint on the front of the jersey (under the Telstra Premiership logo) as well as that of female staff member Taylah Murray, recognising the role both genders play across the Rugby League landscape.

Key features of the jersey include:

  • The colours from both the Australian Aboriginal Flag and the Torres Strait Islander Flag are featured on the sleeves
  • Male and female totems of the Darug Nation, the fruit bat and ring-tail possum represent gender equality and the role males and females play in Rugby League
  • Two black cockatoo’s ‘Garmit’ overlook the land in which we unite, three kangaroos ‘Badagarangs’ as well as a platypus and eastern long neck turtle ‘Kutuklung’ are depicted swimming in the Darug Nation river systems highlighting the vast array of fauna which occupy the land we are on
  • Emblazoned on the top back of the jersey is the word ‘Warami’ meaning Welcome
  • The Panthers will wear the 2024 Indigenous Jersey in Round 12 – as the NRL recognises the role Indigenous players and communities play on and off the field.

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.