Players from the JTS Female Academy will this weekend make history as they represent the Gold Coast Titans against the Newcastle Knights.
The Titans will field an under 19's women's team to take on the Knights with the game to be played in Coffs Harbour.
The players were presented their jersey's by Titans halfback Jamal Fogarty and NRLW player Karina Brown.
"They're making history," Fogarty said.
"(this is the) first ever under 19's women's team for the Gold Coast Titans and that's massive for our Club.
"We're leading the way forward which is awesome and hopefully this is a building block for the years to come."
Brown, who plays for the Burleigh Bears locally and the New Zealand Warriors in the NRLW competition says this is a huge moment for the women's game on the Gold Coast.
"This is a historic moment for me to continue to see the game grow," she said.
"I'm pumped and really proud of the Titans for getting behind the women's game.
"I didn't start playing rugby league until I was 21 ... they're better than me and I've been playing for ten years.
"Their communication, their structure, their skillsets - it's phenominal and I can't wait to see them in action on Saturday."
Coach Tim McIntyre says the Titans pathway is providing a stepping stone to the NRLW competition.
"It's a great pathway for our girls on the Gold Coast and the SEQ region to be coming together under the Titans banner," he said.
"To have this (academy) in place at an NRL Club is definitely needed and I think it is a great pathway to the opportunity to get a license at the Titans for an NRLW side."
Captain Makenzie Weale says while the immediate focus is on the match against Newcastle, the team does have an eye on a future in the NRLW.
"We've got our foot in the door being in the Titans Junior Academy and we're obviously going to get older and we're going to grow so moving up this is the place to be.
"I said to the girls, it's not an NRLW team but this is definitely a pathway to it."