First up at home, Brisbane.
It’s a blockbuster against the Broncos at Cbus Super Stadium that will make Friday 19th March one of the most hotly anticipated dates for Queensland footy fans, with the Round Two matchup one of the highlights in the NRL Telstra Premiership 2021 schedule.
The Titans will host their northern rivals and with this match expected to be the hottest ticket in town, the only way to guarantee your seat for the local derby is to become a Titans member.
After going head to head in State of Origin, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui and Payne Haas will go at it again in a mouth-watering battle through the middle, with Titans recruit David Fifita to also come up against his old club.
The other all-Queensland clash will come in Round 21, with the Cowboys to feature in the prime 4:05pm Sunday timeslot.
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The Titans will feature on free-to-air television six times across the series, with four home and two away games to be shown on Channel 9, with all other games to be shown across Fox Sports and Kayo.
On Easter Saturday, the Canberra Raiders come to the Coast.
With some key matchups including Queensland Origin star Josh Papalii up against the strong Titans pack, this Saturday evening clash is one not to be missed.
The battle of the fullbacks is reason enough to lock in a Saturday afternoon at the footy, with the Titans to play Newcastle in Round Five.
Fresh off a stunning finish to 2020, that included a State of Origin debut, Titans number one AJ Brimson will come up against mercurial Knight Kalyn Ponga, while new recruit Herman Ese’ese will line up against his old side.
South Sydney return to the Gold Coast in 2021, with the Round 7 fixture to form part of the NRL’s ANZAC round.
Winter brings three of Sydney’s big Club’s north, with the Roosters, Sea Eagles and Eels to all visit through June and July.
The 2018/19 NRL Premiers (Sydney Roosters) will visit in Round 14, with Manly to provide a perfect Sunday session a week later (4:05pm game on Sunday 20th June). The Eels feature on Friday night in Round 18.
The current NRL Premiers give the Gold Coast a chance to see footy on a Thursday night, with the Storm coming to Queensland on Thursday 23rd August. With Munster, Smith and co. in town to take on the Titans – this will be a headline show.
The New Zealand Warriors bookend the Titans season.
Gold Coast will kick off 2021 with a visit to Auckland, with the Titans to be part of the New Zealand based side’s first home game at Mt Smart Stadium since Friday 30th August 2019 (Round 24, 2019).
While it is a happy home-coming for the Warriors, the Titans will be trying to spoil the party to make it a streak of six straight wins (five-straight to finish 2020) for the first time in the Club’s history.
The two teams come back together in the final round with a Sunday afternoon clash at Cbus Super Stadium in Round 25.
The Titans tilt at next season’s title starts in a matter of months.
2021 can’t come soon enough.