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Tickets are on sale now for our trial match against South Sydney Rabbitohs at Burleigh Bears’ home, Pizzey Park, on Saturday February 20.

It will be both teams’ final trial before the NRL season kicks off on March 3 so many of the established players from both sides are likely to play.

Fans can save money by booking online, click here to purchase tickets

Children aged 10 and under will be admitted free and juniors aged from 11-16 can gain entry for just $10 if booked online.    

Members from both clubs were given a public pre-sale window to attain their tickets and being a small venue, places will obviously be restricted so the Aquis Titans advise fans of both clubs to get in early.

It could be a chance to watch the likes of Rabbitohs’ dual international Sam Burgess in one of his first hit-outs back in rugby league and a golden opportunity to see Australian and Queensland’s brilliant talent Greg Inglis at close hand at the tight venue.

Titans' newcomers Tyrone Roberts, Ash Taylor, Nathan Friend, David Shillington and returning foundation player Nathan Friend could also be on show.

Tickets will be available at the gate if the match is not sold out.

A full day of rugby league will be available with the curtain-raisers being a FOGS Colts clash between Burleigh Bears and Sunshine Coast and an Intrust Super Cup trial between the I Luv Coffee Burleigh Bears and Sunshine Coast, who are a Melbourne Storm feeder team.

Kick-off times will be released closer to day but the NRL trial will be a late afternoon or evening kick-off.

Ticket prices below: 



At gate







Children 10 and under



Junior (11-16)



Family of 4



The Aquis Titans’ other pre-season matches are:

February 6-7: Auckland Nines
February 13: v Parramatta in Alice Springs; second trial game v NZ Warriors in Whangarei

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.