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RND 24: Game Day Info

It's the Titans against the Storm at Cbus Super Stadium this Saturday, with NRL kick-off at 5:30pm. Find out everything you need to know here.

Saturday 25 August

Gates open - 3.20pm
Curtain raiser game - Bilambil v Tugun (SF) - 3.25pm
NRL Kick Off - 5.30pm

Exclusively for this round, enjoy the amazing Showtime FMX performances with two shows on the day:

Show 1 - 3.15pm
Show 2 - 4.40pm

There are heaps of incredible prizes up for grabs!

Simply strike a pose with the legendary FMX Bikes

And hashtag #titansfmx.

A winner will be drawn after the second show.

*Conditions apply: to be eligible to claim your prize, you must be present at both shows.


There is parking available to purple (ADPP) Disabled Parking Permit Holders only. This parking is on stadium drive on the eastern side of Cbus Super Stadium. No passes are provided for disabled parking areas, and all parking is offered on a first served basis.
Due to limited number of disabled parking spaces, there is no parking available to holders of red (QDPP) Disabled parking Permits. Holders of red (QDPP) Disabled Parking Permits can be dropped off in centreline Place or catch the designated Disabled bus provided from Firth Park, Mudgeeraba.

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Game Day Competitions

Enter our Game Day Competitions and you can win fabulous prizes and 'money can't buy' experiences.


Thanks to our entertainment partner, CrowdDJ®, we're handling the music over to you at our home games! CrowdDJ® lets you vote for the music that plays at today's game. To get started, just download the app (it's free from your favourite store), check-in to 'Gold Coast Titans'and start choosing the music.

Download the crowdDJ® App to get started:

Apple Store



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.