NRLW to play debut double-header at redeveloped Langlands Park

Pictured: Totally Workwear Group Sales and Marketing Manager – Adam Wolbers, Suzuki Brisbane Tigers CEO – Brian Torpy and Easts Leagues Club General Manager – Jan Broodryk.

Some of Australia’s best rugby league players will take to the field at Langlands Park this weekend as part of an exciting NRLW Round 4 double-header at our Club’s redeveloped home, Totally Workwear Stadium.

Saturday 12 August will see the North Queensland Cowboys take on Wests Tigers before the Brisbane Broncos clash with the Parramatta Eels, with a near-capacity crowd expected at Langlands Park.

Then, on Sunday 27 August, Totally Workwear Stadium will again play host to the Broncos when they take on Canberra Raiders in Round 6 of the 2023 NRLW season.

Saturday 12 August
North Queensland Cowboys v Wests Tigers, 12.50pm kick off
Brisbane Broncos v Parramatta Eels, 3.10pm kick off

Sunday 27 August
12.05pm  – Brisbane Broncos v Canberra Raiders kick off

Ticket information: Click here
Getting to the game: There are very limited parking options at Totally Workwear Stadium. It is recommended to catch public transport or get dropped off to avoid missing out on a carpark.

Our high performance and community centre at Langlands Park was opened on 17 May 2023 by Tourism and Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe and rugby league great Des Morris OAM, who opened his namesake grandstand.

The Brisbane Tigers thanked the Queensland Government for contributing $1.1 million to the redevelopment project, as well as the ongoing support from major partners Totally Workwear and Easts Leagues Club.

Suzuki Brisbane Tigers CEO Brian Torpy said the new facilities were the perfect foundation for the Club’s bold and innovative bid to become the NRL’s next franchise and fifth Queensland team.

“The change rooms and gymnasium are female-participant compliant and will encourage more women to play rugby league, providing more inclusive pathways to our BMD Premiership team.

Langlands Park has been our home for more than 70 years and Totally Workwear Stadium will be one of Australia’s best boutique, gender-inclusive rugby league stadiums available to our community.

Totally Workwear Stadium is regularly used by NRL teams for training when playing in Brisbane, such as for the 2023 Magic Round, as well as Queensland Maroons and Australian Kangaroos, and will now provide an even better facility for Queensland rugby league matches.”

The Suzuki Brisbane Tigers are based out of the $10 million community centre of excellence at Langlands Park, with Stage 1 construction on Totally Workwear Stadium now complete.

  • Stage 1 facilities include new gender-inclusive change rooms, a boardroom, corporate suites and boxes, media room, medical room and meeting rooms that are available for use by Tigers’ sponsors, partners and community groups.
  • Stage 2 will begin later this year and provide additional seating and involves the relocation of heritage buildings, such as the original 1933 grandstand.
  • Stage 3, planned for 2024, adds more seating, commercial gymnasium and accommodation for our rehabilitation facilities.

For information about venue hire and other commercial opportunities available at Totally Workwear Stadium and Langlands Park, contact [email protected]

For information about our great game day hospitality and catering experiences, please email [email protected]

Suzuki Brisbane Tigers Home Games

Suzuki Brisbane Tigers home games are held at our redeveloped Totally Workwear Stadium, Langlands Park.

Tickets at the gate: Adults $10 | Concession $5 | Children under 15-years-old are free.

Getting to the game: It is recommended to catch public transport or get dropped off to avoid missing out on a carpark.

For corporate hospitality packages contact [email protected]


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