The NRL has today released the 2024 NRL Telstra Premiership draw.
The Dolphins will kick off their season with a blockbuster against the Cowboys at Suncorp Stadium in round one on March 10.
It will be the first of eight home games at Suncorp, but the side will play 10 games there this season – one Broncos home game and again during Magic Round. There are three at Redcliffe’s Kayo Stadium.
The first Battle of Brisbane is in round 6 on April 12 at 8pm. The second is in round 26 on August 31 at 5.30pm.
The Dolphins have their first bye in round 3 before a long wait for another in round 14 and again in round 18.
Home games are well scattered throughout the season, with no extended periods on the road for the Dolphins.
The Dolphins will be their without stars ahead of State of Origin games on June 5, June 26 and July 17.
The NRL Telstra Premiership themed rounds include Multicultural Round (Round 3), Anzac Round (Round 8), Magic Round (Round 11), Indigenous Round (Round 12), Beanie for Brain Cancer (Round 15) and Women in League Round (Round 22).
No team will have more than three five-day turnarounds and total five-day turnarounds have been reduced from 30 in 2023 to 26 in 2024.
“We have so much to look forward to in Season 2024,” NRL CEO Andrew Abdo said.
The full 2024 NRL Telstra Premiership schedule can be found here.
In the Preseason Challenge, the Dolphins will travel to Rockhampton (V Capras, February 10), Sunshine Coast (V Titans, February 18) and Auckland (V Warriors, February 24).
When to see the Dolphins
Round 1 (March 10, 3.05pm): Dolphins V Cowboys | Suncorp Stadium (home game)
Round 2 (March 17, 5.15pm): Dolphins V Dragons | Kayo Stadium, Redcliffe (home game)
Round 3: Bye
Round 4 (March 30, 6.35pm): Dolphins V Titans | Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast
Round 5 (April 6, 6.35pm): Dolphins V Wests Tigers | Suncorp Stadium (home game)
Round 6 (April 12, 8pm): Dolphins V Broncos | Suncorp Stadium (Battle of Brisbane – Broncos home game)
Round 7 (April 19, 8pm): Dolphins V Eels | TIO Stadium, Darwin
Round 8 (April 28, 2pm): Dolphins V Knights | Suncorp Stadium (home game)
Round 9 (May 4, 7.35pm): Dolphins V Cowboys | Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville
Round 10 (May 9, 7.50pm): Dolphins V Sea Eagles | TBA
Round 11 (May 19, 6.25pm): Dolphins V Wests Tigers | Suncorp Stadium (Magic Round)
Round 12 (May 26, 4.05pm): Dolphins V Warriors | Go Media Stadium, Auckland
Round 13 (June 1, 7.35pm): Dolphins V Raiders | TBA
Round 14: Bye
Round 15 (June 13, 7.50pm): Dolphins V Sharks | PointsBet Stadium, Sydney
Round 16 (June 21, 8pm): Dolphins V Storm | Suncorp Stadium (home game)
Round 17 (June 30, 2pm): Dolphins V Dragons | Nestrata Jubilee Stadium, Sydney
Round 18: Bye
Round 19 (July 11, 7.50pm): Dolphins V Rabbitohs | Kayo Stadium, Redcliffe (home game)
Round 20 (July 21, 2pm): Dolphins V Panthers | BlueBet Stadium, Penrith
Round 21 (July 28, 4.05pm): Dolphins V Titans | Suncorp Stadium (home game)
Round 22 (August 2, 8pm): Dolphins V Roosters | HBF Park, Perth
Round 23 (August 11, 2pm): Dolphins V Warriors | Suncorp Stadium (home game)
Round 24 (August 17, 3pm): Dolphins V Bulldogs | Salter Oval, Bundaberg
Round 25 (August 24, 5.30pm): Dolphins V Storm | AAMI Park, Melbourne
Round 26 (August 31, 5.30pm): Dolphins V Broncos | Suncorp Stadium (Battle of Brisbane – Dolphins home game)
Round 27 (September 8, 4.05pm): Dolphins V Knights | McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle
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