Season 2022 promises to be an exciting year for the Sydney Roosters, and with the Club's fixtures confirmed there are a plethora of home and away games to look forward to as the NRL season inches ever closer.
The Red, White and Blue will kick off the year in historic fashion at the Sydney Cricket Ground against the Newcastle Knights on the family-friendly time of 3pm on Saturday, March 12 in a double-header with the Round 3 NRLW match between the two sides to be played at 1:00pm.
The Club's long-standing association with Central Coast Stadium will continue in a Friday night blockbuster against rivals the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Round 2, before the first leg of the Ron Coote Cup against South Sydney in Round 3 for Multicultural Round.
Two consecutive weeks in Queensland make up Round 4 and 5, with matches against the North Queensland Cowboys and Brisbane Broncos at Queensland Country Bank Stadium and Suncorp Stadium respectively.
The Roosters return to the hallowed Sydney Cricket Ground in Round 6 to take on the New Zealand Warriors on what will no doubt be a picturesque Sunday afternoon at 2pm for the whole family to enjoy.
One week later on Monday, April 25, the Sydney Roosters and St George Illawarra Dragons come together for the 21st time on Anzac Day in one of the biggest games in the calendar, with the Tricolours no doubt looking to back up last year's victory in their Wartime Jersey as we pay homage to the Anzacs.
Easts then take on bitter rivals the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Stadium Australia, before returning to BB Print Stadium in Mackay to host the Gold Coast Titans and then the Parramatta Eels at Suncorp Stadium for the NRL's third annual Magic Round.
The SCG then hosts the 2021 Premiers as the Roosters look to test the Penrith Panthers for a Saturday night blockbuster in Round 11, while the NRL will celebrate Indigenous Round one week later as Craig Fitzgibbon takes on his former Club for the first time as the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks' head coach.
Roosters Members and supporters will then look to travel to the nation's capital for Sunday afternoon footy against the Canberra Raiders before hosting modern-day rivals the Melbourne Storm for a Saturday night showdown at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
East meets west in Round 15 and 16 with the Roosters travelling to Parramatta and Penrith to take on the Eels and Panthers respectively, before enjoying the bye just prior to the third State of Origin match.
The final stretch of the season begins with a Saturday afternoon classic against St George Illawarra at the SCG, before heading north to take on the Knights in Newcastle and Manly at Brookvale Oval.
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The men from Bondi will enjoy a stretch of three consecutive home games against the Brisbane Broncos, North Queensland Cowboys and Wests Tigers respectively, before the Storm host Friday night down in Melbourne in Round 24.
Round 25 will no doubt be one of - if not the - biggest match of the regular season, with arch-rivals the South Sydney Rabbitohs coming to the brand-new state-of-the-art Sydney Football Stadium for the venue's very first match on Friday September 2 - a match that no Roosters fan will want to miss out on.