From Eden Park to Scully Park, the Raiders will be travelling all across Australia and New Zealand in 2020.
The first away game for the season, sees the Raiders travel to Eden Park in Auckland to play a historic cross-code double header alongside the Brumbies. The Raiders will take on the New Zealand Warriors at the venue in what is sure to be an exciting occasion.
The Raiders only previous NRL match at the venue was in 2014, with Jarrod Croker, Jack Wighton and Josh Papalii being the only members of the current squad who played on that occasion.
The Raiders travel to Penrith on Easter Sunday for a Round 5 clash against the Panthers which will be shown on Channel Nine.
Round 8-13 will see the Raiders travelling to the far corners of the country starting with Magic Round in Brisbane. After facing the Roosters in the inaugural edition of the event, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will be this year’s opponent.
The Raiders will travel to the home of former Raiders captain Alan Tongue in Round 9 to face the Wests Tigers at Scully Park in Tamworth.
Perth and Melbourne await the Raiders either side of the stand alone Origin match. The Raiders will meet the Roosters for the first time since the Grand Final at Perth’s HBF Park before playing the Storm at AAMI Park.
Round 16 sees the Raiders travel to Jubilee Stadium to play the Cronulla Sharks before preparing for some time on the road towards the end of the regular season.
Five of the last seven matches are away from home, including trips to Wollongong, Townsville, Manly, Gosford and the Gold Coast.
The match in Gosford sees the Raiders play at Central Coast Stadium for the first time since 2018 as they prepare to take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs.