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Women's State of Origin tickets are on sale

Suncorp Stadium is special. Queensland Maroons stars always talk about the unrivalled electric atmosphere, the rumble of 'Queenslander' reverberating and the joy of playing there.

'The Cauldron' is simply synonymous with rugby league in Queensland and for fans, there is nothing like watching footy there. 

The Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons will run out at Suncorp Stadium for Game I of the Ampol Women's State of Origin in 2024 on Thursday, May 16.

The National Rugby League (NRL) today released tickets for the clash, which  marks the start of the first-ever three-game women’s Origin series and takes place on the eve of NRL Magic Round Brisbane 2024 (May 17-19), kicking off a spectacular four-day festival of footy in the Queensland capital.

It will be the first time a standalone women’s Origin game has been held at Suncorp Stadium and follows a record-breaking year for the event, with new attendance and broadcast benchmarks set across both games in 2023.

Queensland fans can watch the Maroons run out at Suncorp Stadium for the historic clash with a ticketed membership.

Kennedy Cherrington and Evania Pelite. Photo: Gaby Barns/QRL
Kennedy Cherrington and Evania Pelite. Photo: Gaby Barns/QRL

Women’s Origin Game I is supported by the Queensland Government, via Tourism and Events Queensland, together with Brisbane City Council, via the Brisbane Economic and Development Agency.

Tickets are available from, starting at just $15 for adults and $35 for families; in addition, NRL hospitality packages for are on sale via

In conjunction with the release of women’s Origin Game I tickets, single day tickets for NRL Magic Round Brisbane 2024 are also now on sale, following the release of three-day passes last month.

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