This ANZAC Round, we honour those who carried a nation on their shoulders.
We pay our respects to the heroes who served our nation with distinction in World War I and World War II, and also wore a rabbit on their chest.
When South Sydney runs out against the Brisbane Broncos at ANZ Stadium on Thursday 26 April, ANZAC Round, we will carry them with us.
Each serviceman who turned out for the Grand Old Club in any grade and served in World Wars 1 or 2, has their name etched on our jersey.
Our diggers. Our players.
340 Rabbitohs. 177 first grade players. 17 New South Wales representatives. 11 internationals. All of them left a lasting legacy and all will be remembered.
Those Rabbitohs who gave the ultimate sacrifice will appear in Cardinal and Myrtle one more time.
The Rabbitohs Armed Forces Roll of Honour.
Lest we forget.
Research was carried out by Club historian Michael Curin from all available records. Some records are incomplete. All conclusive evidence was included.