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The Harvey Norman All Stars game comes to Sydney for the first time on February 12 and CommBank Stadium will roar to life as the Indigenous and Māori sides look to do their heritage proud and launch the 2022 season in style.

Last year's men's All Stars game between the Indigenous All Stars and Māori All Stars ended in a 10-10 draw while the Māori All Stars enjoyed a resounding 24-0 win in the women's match.

From the pre-game hakas and cultural dances to the exhilarating on-field action, All Stars night is the perfect way to kick off 2022 and it all gets underway at 5.20pm (AEDT) when the women's game kicks off.

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CommBank Stadium, Saturday February 12

4:00pm AEDT — Gates Open at CommBank Stadium

4:05pm — Touch Football, Indigenous vs. Maori All Stars

5:20pm — Women's, Indigenous vs. Maori All Stars

8:10pm — Men's, Indigenous vs. Maori All Stars

Game day

  • Cultural Performances including smoking ceremony, Nulungu Dreaming, Yaba Kerker Otaba, Muggera, Te Aranganui, Budgerah and more.
  • Uluru Statement and Welcome to Country
  • Lights Out Legends Moment into Indigenous and Maori Cultural performances
  • Indigenous Team War Cry
  • Maori Team Haka
  • Half-time performance by Budjerah
  • Post-match presentations for both Women’s and Men’s games
  • 2021 Indigenous Youth Leadership Summit ambassadors to MC the night

Artwork by Laura Pitt

The indigenous artwork for the Harvey Norman All Stars game has been created by Gomeroi artist Laura Pitt. Pitt's eye-catching design will feature on the match ball for the men's and women's game, as well as on match day branding around CommBank Stadium. The NRL would like to again thank Laura for her contribution to the Harvey Norman All Stars game.

Precinct / Internal Activations

  • Merchandise
  • Food Trucks
  • Chemist Warehouse Wellness Van  
  • Parramatta Eels Membership
  • State of Mind – Photobooth
  • Uluru Statement
  • Smoking ceremony
  • Cultural performances
  • NSW Police Activation
  • Vaccination Hub

Maori All Stars v Indigenous All Stars

Vaccination Hub

Open from 4pm to 8pm and is available for any of the 25,000 fans who have already purchased tickets for the men’s, women’s and touch triple-header between the Indigenous and Maori All Stars teams to get their booster.

Telecast times

Women’s All Stars 5pm (AEDT) on GEM and Fox Sports

Men’s All Stars on Fox Sports 6.50pm (AEDT) and Nine Network 7.30pm (AEDT)

SKY Sports New Zealand will telecast All Stars live.


Visit the Transport for NSW Event page at

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Stadium Information

  • Plan to arrive early at the stadium, leaving plenty of time for the entry process and to find your seat
  • Consider all your transport options and travel with your group. For the best and most up-to-date transport info, including parking options and public transport, head to the Transport for NSW Event Page. Fans are reminded that masks are mandatory when travelling on public transport
  • Arrive early and soak up the atmosphere of All Stars night with two games!
  • Remember, CommBank Stadium is a cashless venue
  • Please STAY HOME if you are feeling unwell, have been diagnosed with COVID-19, been in contact with a positive case or are awaiting the result of a COVID-19 Test Fans are encouraged to bring and wear a facemask, and be mindful of how and where they dispose of them
  • Corporate guests will be required to wear a facemask while indoors.


Tickets from $25 for adults and $75 for families via


The 2022 NRL Harvey Norman All Stars is proudly supported by the NSW Government, via Destination NSW, along with major partners Harvey Norman, KARI Foundation and Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES).

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To follow and contribute to the week and matches via social media the hashtag is #NRLAllStars. Follow @NRL on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest need-to-know All Stars information.

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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