You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content
What's on at the Macca's Local Derby

It truly is a super Saturday of footy in the Macca's Local Derby blockbuster at Cbus Super Stadium against the Broncos this weekend.

With two curtain-raisers ahead of the massive Round 18 NRL clash kicking off at 7.35pm, there's plenty of reasons to get down and join the Legion in showing your support for the Gold Coast in their quest to seek revenge against their M1 rivals.

Fans will also be treated to the brand MASSIVE big screen in the north-east corner at Cbus - growing from 60 metres squared to a whopping 175 metres squared - enhancing the viewing experience with the changeover happening over the last few weeks in readiness for this big local derby weekend.

Everyone is also encouraged to wear crazy socks in support of Men of League's Crazy Socks Round, with the Titans joining the cause donning unique socks for the clash.

Find out everything you need to know via the Titans home game hub.

More about the curtain-raisers

5pm - Keebra Park SHS v Wavell SHS

Watch the next generation of Titans star in the Allan Langer Trophy when Keebra Park State High School take on Wavell State High School in the first of three matches.

It is fitting that these two schools meet as a curtain raiser for the Titans v Broncos Queensland derby in the NRL with the two rugby league nurseries giving respective fans of each NRL side a glimpse into the future of their club.

The Titans have already locked down three of Keebra’s most exciting talents in Arama Hau, Immanuel Kalekale and Seth Nikotemo.

On the opposite side of the field stand future Broncos Jared Horne and the player of the ASSRL National Championships Karl Oluapo.

They are not the only Broncos contracted youngsters in the Wavell Heights squad with Tyreece Tait, Presley Folau and Robertson Tusi-Tofu also part of the Broncos academy ranks.

6.05pm - Gold Coast Titans v Sydney PDRL

Green and gold Australia jumpers will be on the line when the Gold Coast Titans' physical disability rugby league team take on the best from Sydney in the second match of the evening.

Over four years in the making, this is just the beginning for the Titans' PDRL space, with plans in the works to pit South East Queensland’s three NRL clubs against each other in the near future; but first, they must tackle Sydney in a perfect offering after the thrilling Origin decider in Brisbane on Wednesday.

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.