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The Roosters are on the road again in Round 7, with this week's match at Mcdonald Jones Stadium for a clash with the gutsy Newcastle Knights on their home turf.

It's got the feeling of a must win this week as the Roosters have lost their last two games and are looking to get their season back on track. 

The Knights have shown plenty of fight in their first six games of the season, and there's no doubt that a challenge awaits in Newcastle on Friday night.



GATES: 3:30pm

NYC KICK OFF: 3:35pm

NRL KICK OFF: 6.00pm

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Stadium conditions of entry

A reminder that Fans and Members may bring in only sealed bottles of water to McDonald Jones Stadium. Empty, refillble water bottles are also welcome. Any Member or supporter attempting to enter McDonald Jones Stadium with an unsealed water bottle will be asked by security to empty the container before entering through the gates. For the stadium conditions of entry, please view here.  


Parking is available on a match-by-match basis through Ticketmaster.

Getting to McDonald Jones Stadium

The nearest train station to McDonald Jones Stadium is Broadmeadow Station, approximately 1.5km away. For a full list of stations and timetables visit Transport NSW.

The nearest bus stop is at Young and Turton Road, New Lambton. The following buses stop within 1km of the stadium:
- Down Turton Road: 231 and 111
- Down Lambton Road: 363, 230, 222 and 317
- Other buses: 225, 226 and 322
For more information on bus travel and routes, please visit NSW Transport.  

Acknowledgement of Country

Sydney Roosters 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.