The membership milestone comes 44 days from the club’s season-opener against the Bulldogs on 13 March at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.
Cowboys CEO Jeff Reibel said strong membership sales for the 2022 season showed Cowboys supporters were ready to ‘get back to the footy’.
“Throughout northern Australia and beyond, the Cowboys are much loved by multi-generations of families passionate about our values and what we deliver for local communities,” Mr Reibel said.
“This groundswell of 10,000 memberships heading in to our 2022 campaign shows people are as passionate as ever about rallying the squad to bring their absolute best on the field, game-after-game.”
“With such a far-reaching and loyal membership base in every corner of the world - Australia, the Torres Strait, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and beyond – 10,000 isn’t an unusual milestone, but it is a vital one,” he said.
“Ultimately, its 10,000 reminders as to why our squad must dig-in and go our absolute hardest at this critical time in our pre-season preparation ahead of a big year of rugby league in 2022,” he said.
Head of Membership & Ticketing Sharon Cunningham said strong membership sales for the 2022 season was testament to the loyalty and commitment of the club’s supporters.
“We’re grateful for the support of our members, whether in the stands at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, from the comfort of home as supporter members or further afield as away-game members,” Ms Cunningham said.
“Wherever our members’ wear their Cowboys colours, their belief in us is appreciated by every player, member of the coaching staff, our corporate staff and the communities we support,” she said.
“For those yet to join us, now is a great time to consider Cowboys membership to be part of a community of people who not only share our highs and lows during the season but ride with us for life.”
Full season membership packages are still available, starting at $196 for adults and $115 for children. Rare premium seats in the Western grandstand are also available in limited numbers.