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Tickets on sale for all Titans home games

A blockbuster season of home games for the Gold Coast Titans have gone on sale today.

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All 11 home games played at Cbus Super Stadium are now available for purchase to the general public, including the highly anticipate home opener, Local Derby between the Titans and the Broncos on March 19.

If Dave Fifita playing against his old club for the first time isn't your thing, then maybe a Raiders outfit led by Josh Papalii on 'Cbus Super Saturday' is more your style.

Maybe it is all action that you want? Then the Titans Friday blockbuster against Russell Crowe's Bunnies on ANZAC weekend will do the trick - it even includes a special screening of Gladiator following the game.

The Titans' other Friday night timeslot sees the club host the dangerous Eels in Round 18, with Brad Arthur's men looking to show their genuine title credentials in 2021.

For the Queenslanders, the 'north versus south' Queensland Derby heats up on a sunny Gold Coast winters afternoon in August (Rd 21), while the Maroon-filled Melbourne Storm come to town for a unique Thursday night fixture in Round 23.

If it is family friendly timeslots you are after, then the Knights (Rd5), Bulldogs  (Rd11), Roosters (Rd14) or Sea Eagles (Rd15) should do the trick.

Bringing it all home is a Round 25 blockbuster against the Warriors, who always bring a strong (and noisy) contingent of fans to Cbus Super Stadium.

Whatever your preference is, there is sure to be something for every footy fan in season 2021, but don't forget the best way to be there is by becoming a Member, with full season, 4-Game Flexi and single game options available to suit all needs.

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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.