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All 16 NRL teams will turn out in Perth across two days of fast-paced action when the club Nines tournament returns after a two-year absence.

Moving away from Auckland for the first time, the competition is shaping as a summer footy festival with fun the ultimate focus.

Total prize money of $1 million is on the line, with a bonus $1 million available for any men's team that can win both the Nines and NRL Telstra Premiership this season.

Fans can follow the draw, live match centres and latest standings here.

NRL premiers the Roosters are also the reigning Nines champions, having won the most recent edition in 2017.

The four NRLW clubs – the Broncos, Dragons, Warriors and Roosters – will take part in a round-robin tournament.

Who is the NRL Nines team to beat?

NRL Nines – Perth

Where: HBF Park

When: February 14-15

Event timings: 

  • Friday 14 February: 4.05pm to 8:30pm (gates open 3.30pm)
  • Saturday 15 February: 10.20am to 7:30pm (gates open 9.45am)

Thirty matches will be played over 12 exciting hours.

Nine players with a point to prove in Perth

Fan activation

Fans who can bust a move will be in with a chance to win exclusive access to the Chemist Warehouse Summer Deck.

The stadium dance cam will be on the lookout for the best dancers in the crowd who will be rewarded with an exclusive Nines experience.

Those who are selected will receive free food and beverages and a Nines gift bag and receive access to the Summer Deck which includes a bar area, day beds and a foot pool.

NRL legends will also be dropping by the Summer Deck to greet fans.

The dancing competition will be happening on Friday at 6.05pm and on Saturday at 12.45pm and 2.30pm. Time to cut a rug like you're in a carpet store!

Can't dance like Fred Astaire to Perth favourites San Cisco? No worries - get your glad rags on for a chance to win cold, hard cash in Sportsbet's Dressed to the Nines competition. 

Get your loudest, most outrageous kit on and head to the photo booth near Gate 1 at the venue. Those wearing the best gear will be selected to take part in an on-field parade on Saturday afternoon just before the semi-finals.

The punter judged to be the winner will collect $5000 and the runner-up will receive $2000. To check out who's wearing what, follow #dressedtothe9s on your social channels.


All the team lists for the men's and women's squads have been confirmed.

The draw

Men's pools

Pool 1: Panthers, Warriors, Roosters, Knights

Pool 2: Bulldogs, Dragons, Eels, Sharks

Pool 3: Raiders, Wests Tigers, Titans, Rabbitohs

Pool 4: Cowboys, Storm, Broncos, Sea Eagles

TV broadcast information

All games live on NRL Live Pass, Fox League and Kayo (Australia) and Sky NZ (New Zealand)


Friday tickets are from $20 for club members or $25 for general public, while Saturday tickets are from $35 for club members or $40 for general public.

Fans can also purchase into an Active Zone, a party area at the end of the stadium featuring a DJ, beach deck, merchandise and other benefits.


  • DJ Shann in the precinct: Friday 5pm-8.30pm; Saturday 12.30pm-8pm
  • Summer club: Saturday 6.05pm
  • DJ Skooby: game day DJ

Official NRL Travel packages, including NRL Nines tickets, accommodation options and exclusive experiences with NRL Legends can be purchased via

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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.