In 2010 and 2011, V8 Supercars moved onto the sleeves of the jersey. The Rabbitohs once again supported the OCRF in 2010 against the Panthers in round 12, as well as in the Charity Shield on a ‘Minties’ heritage jersey design.
In 2011, The Star was our sponsor on home jerseys and DeLonghi on away jerseys. Our Heritage jersey again resembled the ‘Minties’ jersey from 1980-84.
The Star logo changed on our home jersey in 2012, and DeLonghi stayed on our away jersey. The Club issued our first ever alternate jersey which was all white with cardinal red and myrtle green stripes displayed diagonally across the front. 2012 also saw the Club produce its first Indigenous jersey for Close the Gap Round, which was changed to Indigenous Round in 2015. Kenwood sponsorship appeared on the sleeves of all jerseys.
In 2013, The Star logo changed again on our home jersey, and DeLonghi stayed on our away jerseys with Kenwood appearing on the sleeves of all jerseys during the year. Another Indigenous jersey was issued as well as an alternate predominantly all-white jersey with cardinal red and myrtle green V on the chest and a Heritage jersey which was similar to our home jersey (minus the black side strip). The Club issued the first ever Superman jersey during the year, which included a black Superman logo to coincide with the new film from DC Comics character titled, ‘Man of Steel’, which co-starred Russell Crowe.
Crown Resorts appeared on our home jerseys in 2014, and DeLonghi on our away jerseys. Our Heritage jersey resembled the saddle jersey from 1959-64, and the new Indigenous jersey was predominantly black with red, green and white Aboriginal artwork displayed on it. Fujitsu sponsorship appeared on the sleeves. The Rabbitohs had a special jersey designed for the Auckland Nines pre-season tournament and the team, once again, wore a Superman-themed jersey against the Tigers in round 14.
Fujitsu was the new sponsor to be displayed on our away jerseys in 2015, with Crown Resorts staying on our home jerseys. The Rabbitohs again wore a special jersey for the Auckland Nines pre-season tournament which they won over the Sharks in the Grand Final. The Club wore a special jersey in the World Club Challenge, incorporating the Union Jack into a broad red hoop across the chest of the jersey. The Club issued the first ANZAC jersey to commemorate 100 years of the ANZAC’s, which was inspired by the Redfern War Memorial at Redfern Park. Our new Indigenous jersey was also mainly white with a distinct Aboriginal design, and the Club issued a special Heritage jersey which listed the names of our 21 premiership winning sides. The Rabbitohs also promoted research into ovarian cancer against the Storm in round ten.
In 2016, Crown Resorts stayed on our home jerseys, with Fujitsu Air Conditioning on our away jerseys. Our new Indigenous jersey was all-black with Aboriginal artwork. The Club also issued another Superman jersey to coincide with the release of the new film, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”. The Club also released it’s third Auckland Nines jersey for the 2016 tournament.
Our 2017 home jersey stayed the same as last year, but in the away jersey Fujitsu Air Conditioning changed their background colour from white to red. The new ANZAC jersey had a camouflaged red and green design that paid tribute to the 104th Battery which joined the 12th Field Regiment based in Holsworthy, while our Indigenous jersey was again all-black with different Aboriginal artwork all over it. Another Superman jersey was issued which was all-black with a red and green Superman logo. The Nines jersey paid homage to a Sevens jersey the Rabbitohs wore in the 1990s.
Fujitsu Air Conditioning appeared on both our home and away jerseys in 2018, with a black background in our home jersey and with a red background in away jerseys. The Club was forced to change their sponsor’s logo when we played the Warriors in round 12, owing to New Zealand Gambling Laws which did not allow Crown Resorts’ emblem to be displayed on our jerseys. A logo from PlayChip was used instead on front of the jerseys and sleeves. An alternate jersey was also issued which resembled the 1945-46 jersey, but the colours were reversed (with cardinal red jersey and myrtle green V across the chest). The ANZAC jersey included names of all our former players who served in the Armed Forces and the new Indigenous jersey was mostly black with a few cardinal red and myrtle green bars displayed over it and Aboriginal artwork. For the first time the Club also issued a special jersey for Women of League round, which was similar in design to our home jersey except that the red bands were changed to pink.
In 2019 we had brand new sponsors for both home and away jerseys, with Aqualand appearing on our home jerseys, and Alcatel became our away sponsor. The Indigenous jersey included Aboriginal artwork for our red and green bars, and the Club issued another alternate jersey which resembled the saddle jersey. The ANZAC Commemorative jersey featured traditional jersey design with red poppy flowers, and the Women in League jersey was like last years with Aqualand sponsorship on the front. The Rabbitohs supported organ donation by displaying Gift of Life on the front of their jerseys against the Sharks in round 20.