The Brisbane Broncos are set to launch their 2017-18 season on Monday with the game in Brisbane, Queensland.
The game is set to feature the likes of Adam Reynolds, Josh McGuire, Benji Marshall, Jarryd Hayne, Jake Granville, Ben Hunt, Josh Papalii and Jarrod Croker.
This is the first game the Broncos have been able to host in Queensland, with the Queensland Rugby League (QRL) holding the contract to run the game until 2022.
It is set for a 5pm kick-off and will be played at the Brisbane Stadium.
Tickets for the game are priced from $25 for a family, $25.50 for children aged four to 16 and $35 for adults.
The NRL has not confirmed the price of tickets, with a representative confirming tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Brisbane Broncos announced the NRL’s plans to hold a game in the city in November, when the Brisbane Broncos and the Queensland Cup were merged into the NRL.
The Queensland Cup has since become the Queensland State League and the NRL has held a game there since 2014.
However, the NRL have yet to announce a game date for the Brisbane game.