Storm are set for a blockbuster run home after the NRL released details for the final six games of the 2017 season.
AAMI Park will be the place to be with the Club to host four of its last six games at home.
In a fantastic result for Storm fans, three of those games will be played in Saturday night timeslots while the Round 21 clash against the Sea Eagles is at the family-friendly timeslot of Sunday, 2pm.
That game against arch-rivals Manly will double up as Retro Round, with the Club’s old boys coming to town and the game day transforming into a unique ‘old-school’ experience.
That will be the first of potentially two, top four clashes with Storm to also host the Sydney Roosters in Round 23.
For the second year running Melbourne fans can be there for the run into the finals, with back-to-back Saturday night blockbusters at AAMI Park to end the season.
The Rabbitohs will make the trip south in the popular 5.30pm timeslot while the penultimate round against the Raiders is Melburnians can not miss.
That game will be Cooper Cronk’s play his final home fixture at AAMI Park with a series of special tributes to take place as the Club bids farewell to one of its greatest ever champions.
Both the Cowboys and Raiders games will be broadcast free-to-air on Channel Nine.