The Dolphins have locked in for seven huge events at Suncorp Stadium next year as they open season ticket sales to the public for their 2023 entry to the NRL.
Dolphins’ chief executive Terry Reader joined his Suncorp Stadium counterpart Alan Graham today to confirm the deal to play the majority of their home games at the spiritual home of Queensland rugby league.
It is expected these seven games will include their debut match against an opposition team to be named when the NRL draw is released sometime in the next couple of months, as well as massive Queensland derbies against the Broncos, Cowboys and Titans.
The dawn of the Dolphin
With just 50 days until the Dolphins start their inaugural pre-season in the first week of November, Reader said preparations were going into overdrive.
“This is a huge day for the Dolphins,” said Reader.
“We are confirmed as playing the majority of our home matches at the best rugby league ground in the world.
“And for the first time today the general public can purchase season tickets that include our seven matches at Suncorp Stadium and the three home games set down for Moreton Daily Stadium at Redcliffe.
“Already this week we have seen our foundation members purchase thousands of season tickets in our pre-sale window, so it is clear the appetite for a second team in the Brisbane market to represent southern Queensland is strong.
“We welcome aboard all those rugby league fans who are keen to come along on the ride with head coach Wayne Bennett and Queensland’s newest professional sports team.”
One Dolphins NRL ticket holder will also never forget the new team’s first season, with a brand-new car from motor vehicle partner Village Motors being offered as a membership prize.
All those who join as a ticketed season member before December 1 will go into the draw for the new car.
Seven-game tickets for use at every Dolphins’ home game at Suncorp Stadium can be purchased for as low as $105, with a family of four able to attend those seven matches for a total cost of $270.
Ten-game tickets that cover the matches at both Suncorp Stadium and Moreton Daily Stadium are available from just $325 per adult.