From the moment female fans enter the ground they will be greeted with an Urban Rituelle Mother’s Day gift before heading to the “pamper zone”.
There will be an NRL “fun zone” for children and mums can enjoy a massage and a glass of sparkling wine courtesy of McGuigan Wines.
NRL Junior Pass Holders can show their pass at any Box Office to redeem a ticket so they can bring mum to the Dragons game for free, while a walk-up family ticket is only $40 at the gate.
Mums will be celebrated with a sky writing message and messages on the big screen; and fans can post selfies with their mums at #NRLthankmum.
The Knights will honour their mums on Saturday by wearing pink jerseys against the Panthers and upgrading the family seat at Hunter Stadium. And for families who arrive before 1pm, the children can eat free.
The first 2,000 children under 12-years-old will receive a free meal courtesy of OAK and Four’N Twenty.
Sharks fans can purchase a “Mothers of League” membership for $50 which includes two tickets to any match, a member’s scarf and the NRL Digital pass for four weeks free.
What’s on for Mother’s Day at ANZ Stadium on Sunday
Mother’s Day Gifts
Food and Beverage