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Panthers launches 2024 Heritage Jersey

Penrith Panthers is thrilled to unveil the 2024 Heritage Jersey to be worn in the club’s last home game of the regular season in Round 27 against the Gold Coast Titans.

The match will be the final regular season game at our adored home ground before Infrastructure NSW commences major refurbishments to the Penrith Stadium precinct.


The jersey pays homage to that worn in 1967, the club’s inaugural season in the NSWRL, with the club’s foundation logo also featured on the sleeves of the jersey.

The game will be a chance to celebrate the club’s first ever home game, a 16-10 victory over Newtown on Saturday 8 April, 1967 and the players and moments that long live in the memory for Panthers fans across more than 670 games to date.

In equally exciting news the club can confirm that BlueBet Stadium will be renamed to Penrith Park for the Round 27 showdown.

“BlueBet appreciates the history synonymous with BlueBet Stadium since the team’s inception into the NSWRL in 1967,” BlueBet CEO Bill Richmond said.

“We’re proud to give fans another opportunity to create lifelong memories at Penrith Park one more time.”

Bill Richmond BlueBet CEO

All former players will be invited to join in the celebrations and complete a lap of honour prior to kick-off on Saturday 7 September.

2024 Heritage Jersey pre-orders must be made by 12pm Monday 24 June to ensure arrival prior to the final home game against the Titans.



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.