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Soak up the atmosphere of game day at 1300SMILES Stadium with a great corporate hospitality deal for Cowboys home games in April!  

If you want to experience what it’s like to watch a Cowboys match in style, there are two great options available for the clash with Wayne Bennett’s Newcastle Knights on Monday night, 7 April, and the Parramatta Eels in our Anzac Day game on Saturday evening, 26 April.

Kick off for the NRL match against the Knights will be at the family-friendly time of 7pm, while the Eels clash is scheduled for 5.30pm.

It will be the last chance to see the Cowboys’ international representatives in action prior to the Test matches on the first weekend in May.

The special introductory rates on our 10-seat eastern grandstand boxes, as well as individual seats and tables in the popular Captains’ Lounge in the western grandstand, start as low as $130 per person and include food and beverage packages.

The serviced grandstand boxes are located near the halfway line for some of the best views of the action and are available for $1,300 (+GST) and include a $300 food and beverage starter pack.

In the Captains’ Lounge, guests are treated to a buffet meal, four-hour beverage package, exclusive interviews with players and coaches, a roving MC, trivia and games, giveaways and live music, plus enjoy the atmosphere with western grandstand seats (Bays 12 & 13) facing the try line.

Get the best views of a high-flying Kyle Feldt crossing Superman-style in the corner – make your decision on the try before the refs!

Captains’ Lounge packages are available as single seats or tables of 10 and cost $150 (+GST) per person.

There are only a limited number of grandstand and Captains’ Lounge packages available – contact Cowboys business development executive Dallas Johnson on (07) 4773 0700 or email

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North Queensland Cowboys 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.