With the 2020 Telstra Premiership draw having just been announced, we turn our attention to a few mouth-watering fixtures worth circling in the calendar!
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Memberships and Ticketing:
We've made sure our 2020 draw is family friendly with 7 weekend & 3 School holiday games to attend including our Club's first ever home game at Bankwest Stadium!
Queensland Members will have access to more games in 2020 with two tickets to use across any of our four games up North, including our clash against the Broncos in Round 2 at Suncorp Stadium!
For all our regional Rabbitohs fans, make sure you secure your access to our 2020 Charity Shield game against the Dragons in Mudgee with a Flexi 3 or 5 ticket Membership!
Rabbitohs vs Roosters, Round Three, ANZ Stadium
The oldest rivalry in Rugby League history, dating back 111 years. There will be no love-lost between the two foundation clubs when they match up against each other in round three.
While the Rabbitohs got the upper-hand over the Roosters in 2019 winning two of the three matches, it was the Roosters who had the last laugh, winning the crucial finals week one match at the SCG.
In a similar position to the start of 2019, South Sydney will be looking to bounce back against the arch rivals with a win, when they lock horns at ANZ Stadium!
Match Highlights: Rabbitohs v Roosters
Rabbitohs vs Broncos, Round Two, Suncorp Stadium
Prior to 2019, the Broncos had a purple patch of form against the Rabbitohs until two games on the trot saw Wayne Bennett's men get the upper-hand against his former club.
Probably the most entertaining game of the regular season in 2019, the Rabbitohs dug deep in round 23 at Suncorp to hold off a rampaging Brisbane pack, 22-20.
With three scintillating long-range tries and a brilliant display of defensive desperation, a rivalry has been brewing away particular between the two head coaches. 2020 should prove no different!
The Rabbitohs will take on the Broncos in round nine at ANZ Stadium, coming off a five-day turnaround against the Knights.
Match Highlights: Broncos v Rabbitohs
Rabbitohs vs Bulldogs, Round Five, ANZ Stadium
In what will be the seventh straight year of this growing tradition, the Good Friday game against the Bulldogs is a day all about the family.
A public holiday, the game will kick-off at 4pm - plenty of time to head down the road to the Easter Show before enjoying an afternoon of quality Rugby League!
But when the whistle blows, game faces are on. It's always a match filled with emotion and intensity in every single run.
Who could forget that Sam Burgess return off the dropout in 2014, singling out Michael Ennis by making a bee line straight towards him?! Expect the same passion come 2020.
The Rabbitohs and the Bulldogs will do battle at ANZ Stadium on Good Friday, 10 April 4:05pm kick-off!
Match Highlights: Bulldogs v Rabbitohs
Rabbitohs vs Raiders, Round Seven, GIO Stadium
Probably the most anticipated rematch of the 2020 season will be against the Canberra Raiders after knocking out South Sydney in the 2019 Preliminary Final at GIO Stadium, Canberra.
Despite winning one game apiece in 2019, Canberra secured the one that mattered, which led them to play the Roosters only to just fall short of the premiership.
The Rabbitohs will be looking for redemption come round seven, in what will sure to be a physical encounter won in the forward pack!
Don't forget to also be at the Central Coast when we take on the Raiders again in Round 23!
Match Highlights: Raiders v Rabbitohs
Rabbitohs vs Sea Eagles, Round 13, ANZ Stadium
The 2019 fixtures against the Sea Eagles were neck-and-neck! After the Rabbitohs lost in golden point in round four, they eventually got one back in round 17 after Adam Reynolds sealed the win with a field goal of his own!
Both clubs matched up against each other one last time in the must-win semi final, which saw Cameron Murray cross for a double - one in the last 10 minutes of play, which ultimately decided victory.
Manly-Warringah will be ready to go in round 13, seeking redemption after such a heart-breaking loss.
Match Highlights: Rabbitohs v Sea Eagles