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Roosters to Return to Redcliffe as 2022 NRLW Draw Confirmed

The Sydney Roosters' draw for the 2022 NRLW season has been released, highlighted by a return to Moreton Daily Stadium in Redcliffe and a final round triple-header at Central Coast Stadium!

Kicking off on Saturday, August 20, the side will begin their campaign to retain the Premiership trophy against the Parramatta Eels at Bankwest Stadium in a bid to start the new season in winning fashion.

One week later the Tricolours venture back to where they claimed their inaugural title at Moreton Daily Stadium against the Brisbane Broncos in what will no doubt be a gripping contest against the competition's last two champions.

Round 3 will see a much-anticipated Grand Final rematch when the Roosters face rivals the St George Illawarra Dragons at Leichhardt Oval with plenty of scores still to be settled after what was one of the most intense contests in recent memory. 

Coming up against the Newcastle Knights in Round 4 the Roosters will face up against plenty of familiar faces in a match that will no doubt have plenty of fireworks!

Finally, the regular season wraps up as the Red, White and Blue take on the Gold Coast Titans in an exciting triple-header at Central Coast Stadium, with all six teams taking the field in what is bound to be a blockbusting finale! 

Sydney Roosters 2022 NRLW Draw

  • Round 1 vs Parramatta Eels at Commbank Stadium, Saturday August 20, 1pm
  • Round 2 vs Brisbane Broncos at Moreton Daily Stadium, Saturday August 27, 1:10pm
  • Round 3 vs St George Illawarra Dragons at Leichhardt Oval, Sunday September 4, 6:10pm
  • Round 4 vs Newcastle Knights, venue TBA, Saturday September 10/Sunday September 11, kick-off TBA
  • Round 5 vs Gold Coast Titans, Central Coast Stadium, Sunday September 18, 1:55pm
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.