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Looking for information on Monday's game? Everything you need to know about the game this Monday is in our matchday guide.

Schedule of Events

Monday, July 11, GIO Stadium, Canberra

Gates Open: 6.00pm

NRL Raiders v Cowboys: 7.00pm

Match Hashtag: #NRLRaidersCowboys

NOTE: The Raiders NYC team play 4.30pm Saturday, July 9, against the Cowboys at Goulburn Workers Arena. Raiders members who show their card will receive free entry to the ground. 

Mounties play on Saturday against the Newcastle Knights. 


CLICK HERE for tickets to the game.  

Can’t make it to the game?

The NRL game is live on Fox Sports Channel 501. 

ABC Grandstand will have live commentary of the NRL game.

Live updates from the game will be posted on the Raiders Twitter page, with photos and behind the scenes videos also on our Facebook and Instagram pages. Make sure you are also following us on Snapchat (@raiderscanberra) for heaps of pictures and videos you won’t see anywhere else!

Travelling to and from GIO Stadium

Action Buses will have free buses from major bus stations to the game on Monday, including return services departing GIO Stadium approximately 20 minutes after the game. CLICK HERE to find out more.

The Raiders Club in Belconnen has a bus and ticket deal for $30, which includes a silver inner bowl ticket and a return bus to and from the game. CLICK HERE for more information.  

Parking is available on both the East and West of GIO Stadium, at a cost of $7 per car.

Taxis are available on conclusion of the match from the West side only. The drop-off location is approximately 75 metres from the Western gates.

Food and Drink at GIO Stadium

Raiders members receive 10% off the price of food. Just present your Raiders members card at any outlet at GIO Stadium. There are also members rates on drink in the members lounge for 30 minutes prior to NRL kick-off. 

More information on Raiders Game Days

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders 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.