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Everything you need to know about NRL All Stars

Returning to its birthplace on the Gold Coast, the 2020 Harvey Norman NRL All Stars clash promises to be filled with excitement and passion.

The Indigenous and Maori teams will meet for the second time after the New Zealand outfit last year replaced the World All Stars side that competed in the first seven fixtures.

Fans were able to vote for their squads online, with coaches Laurie Daley and David Kidwell taking the poll results into consideration when choosing their final teams, which were announced on Tuesday afternoon.

Daley's Indigenous side are the reigning champions, having stormed to a 34-14 victory in 2019 but they'll need to be at their best to combat Kidwell's powerful line-up.

A women's Indigenous versus Maori match will be the curtain-raiser to the main game. The Maori Ferns won their previous meeting 8-4.

NRL All Stars

Where: Cbus Super Stadium

When: February 22

Kick-off time: Women's - 5:10pm; Men's - 8:10pm    

The teams


Aboriginal singer Isaiah Firebrace and Maori-Australian artist Stan Walker will headline the pre-match entertainment.

The pre-match show will also include cultural dances including the Indigenous team's War Cry and Maori side's Haka.

Didgeridoo playing artist Mitch Tambo, a proud Gamilaraay man, will perform at half-time of the main match.

TV broadcast information

Games will be broadcast live on the Nine Network, Fox League, SKY New Zealand and on NRL Live Pass.

Catch & keep

Every time the match ball goes over the fence during the men's and women's All Stars game, the fans will be able to keep it (similar to baseball).

Each penalty kick, conversion, try celebration will provide fans with the chance to grab a match ball.

Event week schedule 

Harvey Norman Store Appearance

Wednesday 19th February, 4:30pm, Bundall, Queensland

  • Meet all the players
  • Win game tickets and signed jerseys
  • Play and join in the League Stars and Munchkin League clinics
  • Create a gif with the players
  • Grab a signed team photo and free coffee

All Team Jersey Presentation 

Friday 21st February, 5pm, Surfers Paradise Beach 

  • Indigenous Men’s, Indigenous Women’s, Maori Men’s and Maori Women’s teams


A wide range of ticketing options are available, including seating in supporter bays and non-alcohol areas.

For club members, start from $20 for adults, $15 for juniors and $40 for families.

Pre-purchased tickets for non-members start from $25 for adults, $20 for juniors and $50 for families.

Walk-up tickets start from $30 for adults, $25 for juniors and $60 for families.

Get your tickets to see the best of the NRL’s Indigenous and Mãori players going head to head at Cbus Super Stadium on February 22

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.