NRL Grand Final 2021
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Penrith Panthers will fight against South Sydney Rabbitohs in the NRL Grand Final 2021 on Sunday, October 3 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

The Panthers made their way to the finals after a victory against the Storms. The panther remains the best defensive team in the season. They will also love to win a victory on Sunday.

Rabbitohs also dominated against the Eagles last Friday. They will start with the same players who attended the last match. They have been playing a good game throughout the season and they are worthy of being the winner.

Today we will know when, where, and how to watch the NRL Finals 2021 here.





Venue: Suncorp Stadium

TV Channel: Channel 9




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When is the NRL Grand Final 2021?

The kick-off is scheduled to start at 7.30 p.m AEDT on Sunday, October 3.

The full-day schedule of NRL Final day is given below (All times are AEDT):

  • 1 p.m: Gates open at Suncorp Stadium
  • 1.15 p.m: Intrust Super Cup Preliminary Final: Wynnum Manly Seagulls v Tweed Seagulls
  • 3.00 p.m: Intrust Super Cup Preliminary Final: Norths Devils v Burleigh Bears
  • 5.30 p.m: Retiring players tribute
  • 6.30 p.m: Pre-Game Entertainment commences
  • 7.30 p.m: NRL Grand Final: Penrith Panthers v South Sydney Rabbitohs kick-off

Where is the 2021 NRL Final?

The match will happen in Suncorp Stadium, Milton, Australia. At first, the game was scheduled to happen in Sydney. But due to Covid 19, it moved to Milton this year. The stadium has a capacity of 52500 spectators. The authority will allow only 75% of the ticket holders to watch the match from the stadium. The other 25% will get a refund.

How to Live Stream NRL Grand Final 2021?

NRL Grand Final live stream is available on 9Now. 9Now is a streaming service of Channel Nine.

Also, Kayo Sports has the right to stream the NRL Grand Final 2021 live for their paid subscribers. It includes more than 50 sports channels. Every Fox Sports reply will be available in Kayo Sports. Their monthly subscription starts from $25 per month.

Foxtel will also broadcast the NRL Final Live. You can watch all the sports HD in Foxtel Plus, which will cost you $74 per month. Foxtel Go is available on your mobile or laptop. You will have to download the app from the play store and enter your Foxtel ID.

How to Watch Online:

The best way to watch NRL Grand Final 2021 live online is via the free 9Now app. Previously, NRL finals were available on the NRL Live Pass, but since 2018 Channel 9 has held the exclusive broadcast and digital rights.

How to watch the NRL Final Live on TV?

The NRL Grand Final is broadcasting live on Channel 9 and on Fox League.

If you are someone from Australia, You can watch the NRL Final on Channel 9. You have to contact your cable operator for this. You can also download their app. The app is supported in mobile, computer, TV, PlayStation, Xbox, and other streaming services.

Fox League will broadcast the final match reply at 9.40 p.m AEDT. You simply have to log in using your cable operator’s details to watch the match. If you are out of their territory, call your cable operator soon.

Channel 9 Broadcast Schedule:

Here’s the full TV guide for the free-to-air network on Sunday, October 3.

Time (AEDT)Event
1 p.mSunday Footy Show
1.15 p.mQLD Cup Prelim Final 1: Wynnum Manly Seagulls v Tweed Seagulls
3.05 p.mNRL Grand Final Preview
345 p.mQLD Cup Prelim Final 2: Norths Devils v Burleigh Bears
5.35 p.mNRL Grand Final Preview
6 p.mNine News
6.30 p.mPre-match Entertainment
7.30 p.mNRL Grand Final: Panthers vs Rabbitohs

Fox League Broadcast Schedule:

Here’s the full Fox League TV guide for Sunday, October 3.

Time (AEDT)Event
1 p.mFinals Footy on Fox
1.15 p.mQLD Cup Prelim Final 1: Wynnum Manly Seagulls v Tweed Seagulls
3 p.mFinals Footy on Fox
345 p.mQLD Cup Prelim Final 2: Norths Devils v Burleigh Bears
5.30 p.mGrand Final Footy on Fox (Pre Game)
8.30 p.mGrand Final Footy on Fox (Half Time)
9.30 p.mGrand Final Footy on Fox (Post Game)
9.40 p.mNRL Grand Final Replay: Panthers v Rabbitohs

Team News:

Penrith Panthers:

Tevita Pangai Junior will be out due to MCL damage in his knee. He will be on the bench for a month. Moses Leota will return to the starting lineup. He missed last week’s match due to a calf injury.

Dylan Edwards, Brian Too, James Fisher-Harris, and Nathan Cleary will head in the finals with injury.

Starting Team: Edwards, Crichton, Momirovski, Burton, To’o, Luai, Cleary, Leota, Koroisau, Fisher-Harris, Kikau, Capewell, Yeo

Substitutes: May, Sorensen, Leniu, Martin, Naden, Hopgood

South Sydney Rabbitohs:

Adam Reynolds is suffering from a groin injury. But he will not be on the sideline and start the match hopefully. The others are okay and will participate in the match without injury.

Starting Team: Taaffe, Johnston, Gagai, Graham, Paulo, Walker, Reynolds,  Nicholls, Cook, Tatola, Koloamatangi,  Su’A, Murray

Substitutes: Marshall, Host, Burgess, Arrow, Milne, Mago

Read More: NRL Grand Final 2021 Predictions

Referee of the Final:

The main referee of the final will be Gerard Sutton. The touch judges for the decider are David Munro and Todd Smith. Grant Atkins is going to be the Bunker Review Official.


The Panthers are the favorites for the final. The odds are given below:

  • Penrith Panthers: $1.70
  • South Sydney Rabbitohs: $2.20


The Finals of the 2021 NRL season are knocking at the door. The fans are ready to support their fan. If you are an NRL fan, call your friends, order some pizza and watch the match live.

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