- Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs: Club Memberships and game-day tickets include travel on Sydney Trains to and from Olympic Park for all home matches at Accor Stadium in season 2022.
- South Sydney Rabbitohs: Club Memberships and game-day tickets include travel on Sydney Trains to and from Olympic Park for all home matches at Accor Stadium in season 2022.
- Accor Stadium Members: Membership includes travel to and from Olympic Park for all NRL matches in season 2022.
BULLDOGS and RABBITOHS fans will have another reason for getting out to the games to cheer on their famous clubs this season with travel on Sydney Trains included in their Memberships and game-day tickets.
The two Sydney clubs that call Accor Stadium home worked closely with the Stadium team and Transport for NSW to get the deal done in time for their opening games at Sydney Olympic Park.
Bulldogs Members and supporters benefitted from the arrangement last Sunday when 13,453 passionate fans brought the Stadium alight for the game against the Broncos.
Rabbitohs Members and supporters now have their deal in place in time for Friday night’s blockbuster against arch-rivals Sydney Roosters.
As a bonus, express train services will run from Central Station to Sydney Olympic Park at 6:50pm and 7:10pm on Friday night.
Rabbitohs and Roosters fans are encouraged to travel smart on Friday, arrive in the precinct early, and allow sufficient time for the Stadium Entry Process before the 8pm kick-off.
The Rabbitohs will play nine home games and the Bulldogs five home games at Accor Stadium in an action-packed 2022 NRL season that will also feature the State of Origin series opener on Wednesday 8 June and the NRL Grand Final on Sunday 2 October.
The Bulldogs’ Round 2 clash with the Broncos will now be followed by key Accor Stadium home games against the Roosters in Round 8 (Sat 30 April, 5.30pm), arch-rivals the Eels on the Queen’s Birthday Monday 13 June (4pm), a Round 18 grudge match against the Rabbitohs on Sunday 17 July (6.15pm), and a Round 25 game against Turbo and the Sea Eagles on Friday 2 September (6pm).
The Rabbitohs will play three home games in quick succession, starting with Friday night against the Roosters and following up with a Round 5 clash with the Dragons on Saturday 9 April (5.30pm) and the annual Good Friday blockbuster against the Bulldogs in Round 6 on 15 April at 4pm.
The Good Friday classic between the Rabbitohs and the Bulldogs traditionally is the highest drawing NRL game in Sydney each season and will work in synergy with the 2022 Sydney Royal Easter Show at Sydney Olympic Park.
The Rabbitohs will play the Eels at Stadium Australia in Round 16 Saturday 23 July at 7.30pm and will have a Round 23 NRL Grand Final rematch against the Penrith Panthers on Thursday 18 August.