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The Dyldam Parramatta Eels kick off the 2014 NRL Premiership season this Sunday, with our Round 1 fixture against the New Zealand Warriors at Pirtek Stadium. 

Gates open at 4pm, with the Holden Cup Under 20s kick-off at 4:15pm, before the NRL main event at 6:30pm!

Click here to see the team that will run out in Blue and Gold to face the Warriors!

In the precinct at Pirtek Stadium we will have jumping castles, face painting, a Polynesian drumming band, the Careflight helicopter and more! 

Meet our new cheerleaders, the Sweet Ps, with our wonderful mascots Sparky and Sparkles - and make sure you say hello to the Sweet Ps and pick up a Blue and Gold Blitz flyer for free tickets!

Click here to buy tickets to the game and to cheer on the mighty Eels!

Around the Stadium we also have Membership and Merchandise tents - so you can deck yourself in all the latest Eels gear and sign up to a Membership, or pick up your tickets if your Membership pack hasn’t yet arrived. 

Once you get inside Pirtek Stadium, the fun doesn’t stop! This year all gates inside the stadium will be open, so everyone can visit the Family Hill above the southern terrace - where we will have more jumping castles and face painters!

Click here for all the transport information about how to get to Pirtek Stadium in Parramatta. 

Not only will the Sweet Ps perform at halftime, we have a special competition - if you’re wearing a new Dyldam jersey to the game from our 2014 season range, you could be picked from the crowd to come onto the field at halftime and compete to catch a bomb to win $500! 

Before the game we will also announce the lucky winner of our $5000 Northern Territory holiday - that any Member who’s signed up by Friday is automatically entered into!

We hope to see you, your family and friends at Pirtek Stadium in Parramatta this Sunday - we can’t wait!

Click here to sign up as a Member for the 2014 season and support your Parramatta Eels!

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