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State of Origin: Everything you need to know

The Queensland Maroons are one win away from securing a State of Origin series victory in 2020.

The Maroons will return home to Suncorp Stadium tonight for the Game III decider.

For everything you need to know about tonights series decider, read on.

Locations and kick-off times

Game III: Wednesday, 18 November, 7.10pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

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How to tune in: State of Origin III

Queensland Maroons v New South Wales Blues - Wednesday, November 18 at Suncorp Stadium - 7.10pm AEST/8.10pm EDT

The 2020 Ampol State of Origin series will be broadcast live nationally on the Nine Network, Sky Sport in New Zealand and WatchNRL.  

International coverage:

  • WatchNRL (excluding Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Nations)
  • Fox Sports 1 (USA)
  • Sky Sports (UK and Ireland)
  • Sportsnet (Canada)
  • ESPN (Africa)
  • Fox Sports (Netherlands)
  • Rogers SportsNet (Canada)
  • Sport 24 (In Flight/In Cruise)
  • Fox Sports Asia/Disney (Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei)
  • TVWAN Action Digicel (PNG Pay TV)
  • TVWAN Digicel (PNG Free TV)
  • Elijah TV (Cook Islands)
  • Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
  • Digicel (Tonga)

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Women's State of Origin 

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The Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons secured their first State of Origin victory with a win against the Blues on home soil on Friday 13th November.

The Maroons claimed a 24-18 win over the Blues, with debutant Tarryn Aiken winning the Nellie Doherty Medal. Tamika Upton also starred on debut scoring a double, including a length of the field try against the run of play.

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Maroons Shop

Shop online at Maroons Shop for the latest official Queensland Maroons apparel and merchandise. Get Origin ready with the 2020 Queensland Maroons jersey as we celebrate 40 years of State of Origin.

If you're attending a game or out watching State of Origin this year with friends, show your state pride with a Queensland Maroons face mask, now available at Maroons Shop. With social distancing measures in place at each venue (aligned to current State Government directives and venue COVID Safe seating protocols), face masks are strongly encouraged to be worn.

Summer supporter ranges from Cotton On and 47 Headwear are also available at Maroons Shop, including a variety of tees, polos and caps to suit any fan.

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Ticketing and member information

Existing ticket holders who have not requested a refund will have their tickets reallocated, with new tickets issued by Wednesday 28th October

Any remaining tickets will be made available for members to purchase form Monday, October 26 at 2pm and Tuesday, October 27 at 10am, for the general public.  

There are strict limitations on stadium capacity due to relevant Queensland Government COVID Safe planning and regulations. Restrictions may be amended at any time which may affect attendance numbers and therefore may affect your chances of securing and purchasing a ticket and/or attending a match. Fans attending a game are strongly encouraged to wear face masks. QLD Maroons face masks are available at

Members can find more information by reading our COVID-19 Member FAQs.

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Queensland Maroons squad

Team Lists


  • Fullback for Maroons is number 5 Corey Allan
    Fullback for Blues is number 1 James Tedesco
  • Winger for Maroons is number 1 Valentine Holmes
    Winger for Blues is number 2 Daniel Tupou
  • Centre for Maroons is number 4 Dane Gagai
    Centre for Blues is number 3 Clinton Gutherson
  • Centre for Maroons is number 21 Brenko Lee
    Centre for Blues is number 4 Jack Wighton
  • Winger for Maroons is number 19 Edrick Lee
    Winger for Blues is number 5 Josh Addo-Carr
  • Five-Eighth for Maroons is number 6 Cameron Munster
    Five-Eighth for Blues is number 6 Cody Walker
  • Halfback for Maroons is number 7 Daly Cherry-Evans
    Halfback for Blues is number 7 Nathan Cleary


  • Prop for Maroons is number 8 Christian Welch
    Prop for Blues is number 8 Daniel Saifiti
  • Hooker for Maroons is number 9 Jake Friend
    Hooker for Blues is number 9 Damien Cook
  • Prop for Maroons is number 10 Josh Papalii
    Prop for Blues is number 10 Payne Haas
  • 2nd Row for Maroons is number 3 Kurt Capewell
    2nd Row for Blues is number 11 Angus Crichton
  • 2nd Row for Maroons is number 11 Felise Kaufusi
    2nd Row for Blues is number 12 Tyson Frizell
  • Lock for Maroons is number 13 Tino Fa'asuamaleaui
    Lock for Blues is number 13 Jake Trbojevic


  • Interchange for Maroons is number 12 Jaydn Su'A
    Interchange for Blues is number 14 Dale Finucane
  • Interchange for Maroons is number 14 Harry Grant
    Interchange for Blues is number 15 Junior Paulo
  • Interchange for Maroons is number 15 Lindsay Collins
    Interchange for Blues is number 16 Nathan Brown
  • Interchange for Maroons is number 16 Jai Arrow
    Interchange for Blues is number 17 Isaah Yeo

Match Officials

  • Referee: Gerard Sutton
  • Touch Judge: Chris Butler
  • Touch Judge: Todd Smith
  • Senior Review Official: Steve Chiddy

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Engage via social

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