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Eels' 2021 Indigenous Jersey on Sale

The Parramatta Eels will proudly wear their 2021 Indigenous jersey in Rounds 11 and 12 of the NRL season, with it on sale now to the public.

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First up the Eels host the Manly Sea Eagles at Bankwest Stadium on Sunday May 23 at 4:05pm, before playing the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round 12 at ANZ Stadium on Saturday May 29 at 5:30pm.

While the game’s official Indigenous week is in Round 12, the Eels have decided to start their own tradition by hosting their own home game of the Round.

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The Club wants to create an experience for fans, highlighting our deep and rich heritage with the Parramatta Indigenous community and the important role our Club has in inspiring the next generation of Indigenous Australians.

Round 11 will be called N’Allawah to PARRAdise.

You're invited to join us for the first 'Feel Good Sundays' game when the Eels transform Bankwest Stadium back to Burramada for the clash against Manly Sea Eagles.

We all have a story, and while we are as unique as the paths we take, we stand together with strangers.

United by our love of the game, together in the place we live.

This is PARRAdise, and everyone’s welcome.

About the Parramatta Eels’ 2021 Indigenous Jersey

Running through the main part of the jersey are 2 rivers, the Parramatta and Georges River. Paying respect to the Darug people is Parramatta River which was used by the Burramattagal People, who are a clan of the Darug, not only as a food source but a place of gathering for many clans.

The Georges River pays respect to a great Aboriginal Worrier, Pemulwuy who was born around 1750 north of the Georges River. Pemulwuy is a Darug word meaning earth/clay. He was well respected as a ‘clever man’ who fought for his people and his land.

In 1797 Pemulwuy led a raid of approximately 100 Aboriginal Warriors on Toongabbie government farm. This battle is known as “the battle of Parramatta”. During this battle Pemulwuy was shot 7 times and as a sign of respect the settlers took him to hospital for treatment. The yellow dots represent these warriors and their great fight against settlers for their land.

The aqua blue U shapes that run along the river, represent the players of the Parramatta Eels. They are the warriors of the game who bring the community together in support.

The back of the jersey is about the Parramatta players. The bottom right is the meeting place of the Parramatta Club, family/players. Connecting to the club are the journey lines that represent the players connection back home. Keeping the connection to family open is an essential part of keeping their cultural connections alive.

Acknowledgement of Country

Parramatta Eels 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.

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