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NRLW 2022 Season: All you need to know

Off-Season? What off-season.

After a successful first season for the Gold Coast Titans NRLW side, that saw them qualify for the semi finals, season two is just around the corner.

The 2021 season was delayed and played earlier this year, which now means that season 2022 will align to the more regular August to October timeslot.

Fans of the competition will be eagerly awaiting its return and no doubt have some key questions they want answered as well.

Who will Coach the Titans

Rugby League legend Karyn Murphy will join the Titans for season two and head up the entire department for the club as well as take the role of Head Coach for the women's side. Read more.

Will they play at Cbus Super Stadium

It is expected that the draw will align as best as possible to the NRL program, allowing teams to play at their traditional home games. Full draw is still to come.

Who will be in the squad?

In 2022 an NRLW Salary cap will be introduced with each side to have 24 players contracted under a $350,000 budget. 

All NRLW players came off contract at the end of the 2021 season and as such clubs are finalising their lists for the new season currently.

When will squads be finalised?

The contracting window opened on March 23 and will close on 21 May with all clubs to have 22 of their 24 players contracted by that time.

What are the players doing now?

Majority of the Titans NRLW squad are playing in the state based Queensland Rugby League BMD Premiership with the squad split across multiple teams. You can watch Tweed take on Souths Logan as the Curtain Raiser to the next Titans NRL home game on Sunday 22 May. TICKETS

How can I support the team?

2022 Memberships are now on sale for both existing NRL Members, renewing NRLW Members and new fans alike. Discover the products below.


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.