Calling all Vodafone Warriors members and fans - show club legend Simon Mannering just what he means to you by bringing a "Banner for Manners" to Friday night's clash with the Raiders at Mt Smart Stadium.

When Mannering runs out against the Green Machine, he will become the first player to appear in 300 NRL games for the Vodafone Warriors.

The club is going all-out to celebrate the stalwart's career and CEO Cameron George said it was hoped a sea of banners honouring Mannering would add to the occasion.

"To play 300 NRL games for one club is a huge achievement," George said.

"Friday night's game is a truly special occasion and we are definitely doing everything we can to make it a fitting celebration of the career of one of our finest."

The "Banners for Manners" initiative was started by the club's Sydney-based supporters' group, Warrior Nation, and on Friday night it will officially cross the ditch.

To add further incentive, the Vodafone Warriors will also give away a signed jersey to whoever is judged by the club to have made the best banner.

The club won't set any restrictions on the size of banners that fans can bring into the stadium on Friday night.

However, the Vodafone Warriors do ask fans to be mindful of patrons sitting around them and if any spectators' views are obstructed they may be asked to put their banners away.

"We definitely don't want to be the fun police so are not going to restrict the size of banners coming into the venue. But we would also just remind our fans to be conscious about blocking anyone's views," George added.

"Bring on Friday night. Tickets are flying out the door and it's going to be a big one for Simon."