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All sixteen teams will return to Brisbane this year for another eight-game exhibition of the world’s largest Rugby League festival.

Get ready for a 10/10 weekend when round ten kicks off at Suncorp Stadium this May.

Here is everything you need to know about the NRL’s second Magic Round Brisbane.

Magic Round daily schedule

Friday May 14 at Suncorp Stadium

  • Wests Tigers v Knights, 6pm
  • Sea Eagles v Broncos, 8.05pm

Saturday May 15 at Suncorp Stadium

  • Bulldogs v Raiders, 3pm
  • Sharks v Rabbitohs, 5.30pm
  • Roosters v Cowboys, 7.45pm

Sunday May 16 at Suncorp Stadium

  • Warriors v Eels, 1.50pm
  • Storm v Dragons, 4.05pm
  • Titans v Panthers, 6.25pm

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Full event information

Check out the Official NRL Magic Round 2021 Event Guide for more information.

Live entertainment from Telstra Stage

  • Friday: Sneaky Sound System; 6.45pm and 8.50pm
  • Saturday: Stafford Brothers; 3.45pm, 6.10pm and 8.30pm
  • Sunday: Busby Marou; 2.35pm, 4.50pm and 7.10pm
  • *Set times subject to change

TV broadcast information

  • All games live on Fox League and Kayo (Australia) and Sky NZ (New Zealand)
  • Sea Eagles v Broncos (Friday), Roosters v Cowboys (Saturday), Storm v Dragons (Sunday) live on Channel 9 (NSW, Queensland, ACT, NT), GEM (Victoria, SA, WA, Tasmania) and 9Now (National)

Overseas broadcasts

Watch NRL is the official way to stream NRL Magic Round Brisbane LIVE & on demand outside of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. For more information, please visit the Watch NRL website.

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Still haven't got tickets to NRL Magic Round Brisbane 2021? There are still some tickets remaining for all four days, including:

  • Single day passes from $39 (or family passes from $99)
  • 3 day passes from $99 (or family passes from $259)

Purchase your tickets here

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