The NRL grand final is finally upon us after perhaps one of the most remarkable seasons in rugby league history.The Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm are the final two teams standing as they prepare to clash for the 2020 Telstra Premiership trophy when they face-off in Sunday’s 2020 NRL decider. Sunday, October 25 /2020.
What time does the NRL Grand Final start?
The NRL Grand Final between the Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm starts at 7.30pm AEDT, meaning a 6.30pm start for those in Queensland, on Sunday, October 25.
Ivan Cleary’s minor-premiership Panthers will be looking to cap-off their near-perfect season with a title-ending 17-year drought at ANZ Stadium. The Storm will be eager to bag their second premiership in four-years and just maybe send off veteran skipper Cameron Smith in Style.
Ahead of rugby league’s biggest night of the year, here’s everything you need to know about the 2020 NRL grand final.
LIVE MATCH-CENTRE: Penrith Panthers vs Melbourne Storm NRL Grand Final FREE
Full event schedule
3.15pm — Gates open at ANZ Stadium
4.05pm — NRLW grand final, Broncos vs Roosters
6.30pm — Retiring and departing players tribute on-field
6.50pm — Presentation of Ken Stephen Medal
7.00pm — Entertainment (Amy Shark)
7.27pm — National anthem
7.30pm — NRL Grand Final, Panthers vs Storm
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