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Bulldogs players celebrate their 1985 Grand Final victory.

The Bulldogs are celebrating the Queen's Birthday public holiday with a tribute to their 1985 Premiership winning heroes ahead of their grand final re-match against the St George Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium on Monday at 4pm.

With pre-purchased family tickets starting at just $50, fans have the opportunity to meet members of the 1985 Premiership-winning team at a pre-match signing session and watch a special Bulldogs Legends versus Bulldogs Members touch game.

Players pulling on the legends strip include Terry Lamb, Barry Ward, Andrew Ryan, Rod Silva and Steve Turner.

The Bulldogs are getting into the Queen's Birthday holiday spirit with the first 5000 fans through the gates receiving a 'I'm Bulldogs Royalty' crown and there will also be a raft other giveaways and prizes.

NRL Head of Marketing Lewis Pullen said the Bulldogs would be looking to snatch a top eight spot, while the Dragons would be a keen to hold on to their place at the head of the NRL Telstra Premiership ladder.

"Seeing the Bulldogs and Dragons in action at ANZ Stadium is a great way to finish the long weekend," Mr Pullen said.

Additional train services are operating to Sydney Olympic Park Station - for full details go to Rail transport to the game is included with all pre-purchased tickets.

Tickets are available at