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NRL Grand Final 2018 date, tickets, schedule, teams and how to watch it on TV

NRL Grand Final 2018 date, tickets, schedule, teams and how to watch it on TV

  • The much-anticipated 2018 NRL Grand Final is about to get underway very soon
  • The final will see a clash of the NRL’s top teams after several opening matches 
  • One of Australia’s top alternative rock bands is also slated to perform there 

The decisive match of the NRL season is about to get underway.

The 2018 NRL Grand Final will see Melbourne Storm defend their title against the Sydney Roosters while one of Australia’s premier alternative rock bands, Gang of Youths, will provide entertainment before the final match.

The opening games will also see much-anticipated matches to determine the winners of the women’s and state premierships, respectively.

The Melbourne Storm will defend their title against the Sydney Roosters on September 30

Here’s all you need to know about the 2018 NRL Grand Finals, including when and where it’ll take place, ticket and schedule information, teams scheduled to play and how to watch.

NRL Grand Final 2018 date

The 2018 NRL Grand Final is slated to be held on Sunday, September 30.

NRL Grand Final 2018 location

The match will take place at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

NRL Grand Final 2018 tickets

Tickets for the 2018 NRL Grand Final can be found on the official NRL website as well as on sites like Ticketek and Viagogo.

NRL Grand Final 2018 schedule

The schedule for the 2018 NRL Grand Final is as follows:

  • Gates open at 1:15pm AEST
  • NRL Women’s Grand Final at 1:35pm AEST
  • NRL State Championship at 3:40pm AEST
  • Pregame entertainment from the rock band Gang of Youths at 6:30pm AEST
  • NRL Grand Final at 7:20pm AEST

NRL Grand Final 2018 teams

NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final will see the Sydney Roosters take on Melbourne Storm for the title.

For the opening matches, the NRL Women’s Premiership Grand Final will feature the Brisbane Broncos Women’s against the Sydney Roosters Women’s while the NRL State Championship will be a battle between the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Redcliffe Dolphins.

How to watch the NRL Grand Final 2018

The match will be aired live on the Nine Network while livestreaming will also be available on 9Now, the NRL Live Pass and on Foxtel.

Watch NRL will air the match for fans overseas, who can also watch via the Watch NRL Global app.

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