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Our 2020 regular season fixture unveiled

The 2020 NRL season will have fixtures for all Storm fans to enjoy with nine of our 12 home games scheduled in fan-friendly Friday and Saturday night time slots, plus a host of blockbuster clashes headed for AAMI Park.

Our 2020 campaign will kick off with a Sunday afternoon game against one of our fiercest rivals, Manly, in front of an expected parochial home crowd at Lottoland.

The Melbourne/Manly ledger stands at one win apiece in 2019 and both teams will be eager to tip the balance in their favour in their opening - and only - clash of the season.

Our first home game will arrive in round three when the Panthers travel to Melbourne for a Saturday night clash at AAMI Park.

The clash with Penrith kicks off three consecutive home games, all during the school holidays, as we face the Rabbitohs in a Thursday night blockbuster and the Titans the following Saturday night.

The traditional ANZAC Day clash in round seven will again feature the must-see pre-game blackout, as we turn out the lights at AAMI Park to pay tribute to ANZAC service men and women.

At the back end of the year we face the Raiders at home on a Saturday night (round 13), the Sharks under Friday night lights in Melbourne (round 19), the reigning premiers at AAMI Park on a Saturday night (round 23) and we contest another grudge match against the Broncos in our last home game for the season. (round 24).

We round out the regular season with an away game in Canberra (round 25). 

14 of our games in 2020 will be broadcast free-to-air, while all matches can be seen on Fox Sports throughout the year.

Teams we play twice: Broncos, Cowboys, Eels, Rabbitohs, Raiders, Roosters, Sharks, Titans, Warriors.

Now is the perfect time to join Your Storm as we strive to surpass our all-time club membership record and exceed our previous year's membership figure for the sixth consecutive season.

Learn about our 2020 membership packages here.


Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.