Welcome to the Member Zone!
A place we created so that you, our Members, can enjoy exclusive access to our most premium content, more regularly.
From feature articles, special interviews and video content, we’ll take a closer look, or sometimes even a side-wards look, at the Rabbitohs world you love.
Rabbitohs Hymel Hunt tells you, our Members and supporters, in his own words about his four-week suspension earlier this season.
Rabbitohs centre Aaron Gray tells you, our Members and supporters, in his own words how he has overcome his injuries and highlights both the physical ...
I came to the Rabbitohs because I wanted the opportunity. I really love what the Club is about, the culture Madge (Michael Maguire) brings to the Club...
Rabbitohs Chairman, Mr Nicholas Pappas AM, tells his story in his own words. From growing up as a Rabbitohs supporter in Maroubra Beach to a chance me...
Rabbitohs hooker Robbie Farah tells you, our Members and supporters, in his own words about his 250th NRL game and takes you back through his career.
Rabbitohs winger Braidon Burns tells you, our Members and supporters, in his own words what it was like to make his NRL debut last weekend against the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
Maguire put it to our Members to ask him anything… And they did!
The Rabbitohs would go on to win five games in Season 2002. It sounds dire, and it’s hard to disagree, but to the first men back for the Rabbitohs – a team created entirely from scratch for our return to the NRL – it is a season that will always be remembered fondly.
There’s a new spin on our traditional Members Christmas Video this year – The entire video was shot and produced by the Rabbitohs playing group.
More than just an emblem; it tells a story. A story of passion, pride, mateship, courage and the fighting spirit that has become synonymous with the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
With glory in their eyes, South Sydney Rabbitohs CEO, Blake Solly, and General Manager of Football, Shane Richardson, take us through the Club’s aspirations of chasing the 22nd Premiership and the steps put in place in order to achieve it.
Robert Jennings was a kid who grew up in western Sydney amongst a family of talented footballers.
After a promising start to his NRL career, Robbie Rochow has faced a string of injuries that have limited him to 13 games over the past two years. Now having overcome these injuries the big forward is back, feeling fit and determined to fire for the South Sydney Rabbitohs ahead of our 2017 NRL season.
One thing Robbie Farah has never done before is start again at a new club. That’s the challenge facing the current Blues hooker as he readies himself to start the next chapter in his stellar career, joining the mighty South Sydney Rabbitohs.