The rugby league season is fast approaching and excitement is ramping up.
Four major new rules will be brought into affect this season and they will change how your team approaches the 2o2o season.
After a turbulent off-season and a controversial NRL ad campaign here is all you need to know before the start of the season:
When does the NRL start?
The rugby league season will kick-off on Thursday 12th March at 8.05pm (AEST).
Rivals the Parramatta Eels and Canterbury Bulldogs will kick-start the year with their grudge match at Bankwest Stadium.
Defending champions the Roosters will begin their title defence against Penrith at Panthers Stadium on Saturday.
All matches this year will be shown on either Channel Nine, Kayo and Foxtel.
When are the finals?
After 25 rounds, the NRL finals Week 1 will begin on 11 September.
The Grand Final will be held on 4 October at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
When and where is State of Origin?
The first match of State of Origin is off to Adelaide this year when the New South Wales Blues and Queensland Maroons clash on 3 June at Adelaide Oval.
Match 2 will be played in Sydney on 21 June.
The final match and potential decider will be at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on 8 July.
You can watch State of Origin on Channel Nine.