This weekend marks a special event in the Sydney Roosters history as the club is on track to smash the club record for home crowd season average when we take on the Gold Coast Titans on Sunday Afternoon at Allianz Stadium.


With the previous record of 17, 593 set in 2004 on the line, we want you to get out to the game on Fathers Day as we target a 25,000 crowd this Sunday to boost the clubs overall average to 20,000 for the first time ever..


Our fans have been unbelievably special this year breaking the current NRL trend where crowds are down, heading in to round 25 our current season average sits at 19,458 (3rd in NRL) up from the 2012 average of 13,938.


To thank you for all your great support all year and to help you get to the game we have a range of unbelievable ticket deals to help get you through the gate.


FREE entry to the game for kids aged 16 and under

2 for the price of 1 on all General Admission tickets

1 FREE General Admission ticket to ALL Sydney Roosters 2013 Members


Pre-purchased tickets start from just $25 and are available at ticketek.com.au or can be purchased on the day from $30 and with these fantastic offers a family of 4 can attend for just $30.


Roosters Chief Operating Officer Commercial Ted Helliar said the game is about rewarding the fans for everything they have done this season.


"We have the opportunity to create history on Sunday with a massive crowd, we really want to break the 25,000 mark so we can smash club records and continue the amazing season we are having whilst wishing the boys all the best as they head towards the finals series," he said


"We have created all these great discounts to reward the Members and fans for the unwavering support they have shown all season and to help them get to Allianz Stadium on Sunday."


There is no doubting the increased support of the great Members, who have reached 14,000 this year for the first time, and fans, has played a major role in the clubs success on the field so far in 2013.


Club legend and current Assistant Coach Craig Fitzgibbon said a big crowd was crucial to sending the boys in to the finals with a bang.


"Everybody loves to play at their home ground and especially on a Sunday afternoon so to have great numbers through the gates would mean more support for the boys and I'm sure they're looking forward to it," he said


"We need a real rising performance heading in to the semi-finals."