Big final Day “Blues vs Maroons” Here are full details on the state of origin 2022 Game 3 rugby today, Queensland QLD Maroons vs NSW Blues 3rd match will be at Suncorp Stadium.
How to Watch FREE NSW vs QLD Game 3 & Kick-Off time?
2022 SOO Game 3: 8 pm Wednesday 13th July, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane.
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Date: July 13, 2022
Time: 8:10 PM AEST
State of Origin 2022 Fixtures
|Game 1||8 June (Wed)||8:10pm||Accor Stadium, Sydney|
|Game 2||26 June (Sun)||7:50pm||Optus Stadium, Perth|
|Game 3||13 July (Wed)||8:10pm||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
The 2022 State of Origin series will be the 41st annual best-of-three series between the Queensland and New South Wales rugby league teams. Before this series, Queensland has won 22 times, NSW 16 times with two series drawn.
One of the nation’s greatest sporting rivalries, the State of Origin will return to Perth next year! Game II of the three-game series between the New South Wales Blues and the Queensland Maroons will be held at Optus Stadium on Sunday 26 June 2022.
The dates and kick-off times for the 2022 State of Origin series are confirmed. Sydney (8th June), Perth (26th June) and Brisbane (13th July) are set to host one game each.
2022 State of Origin Kick-off Times and Venues
2022 SOO Game 1: 8pm Wednesday 8th June, Stadium Australia, Sydney
2022 SOO Game 2: 6pm Sunday 26th June, Optus Stadium, Perth
2022 SOO Game 3: 8pm Wednesday 13th July, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
2022 State of Origin TV and radio broadcast times
Channel 9 will broadcast the game live into NSW vs QLD in Australia. The telecast times are still to be confirmed. Broadcast TV and Radio times for South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria will be released in 2022. Based on the previous year the following broadcasters will more than likely pick up the broadcasting rights for 2022.
Possible countries and broadcasters for 2022 include:
Africa: Live on Fox Sports Africa
Asia: Live on Setanta Sports
Canada: Live on Sportsnet World channel
France: Live on beIN Sports 1
Inflight / Cruiseships: Live on Sport 24
Middle East: Live on OSN Sports 1
Pacific Islands: Live on Fiji One
Papua New Guinea: Live on EMTV
United Kingdom: Live on Premier Sports
Greece: Live on Action24
Brazil: Live on SKY
United States: Live on Fox
2022 State of Origin kick-off / International Viewing TV and Radio times
2022 SOO Game 1: New South Wales Blues – Queensland Maroons, Australia
8pm Wednesday 8th June, Stadium Australia, Sydney
2022 SOO Game 2: Queensland Maroons – New South Wales Blues, Australia.
6pm Sunday 26th June, Optus Stadium, Perth
2022 SOO Game 3: New South Wales Blues – Queensland Maroons, Australia
8pm Wednesday 13th July, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
2022 State of Origin crowd and TV viewing figures
It is expected that the 2022 State of Origin series will eclipse previous TV viewing records.
2022 State of Origin Teams and Results
2022 SOO Game 1: May 2022 – NSW v QLD
The countdown to the Origin decider is on with the Maroons hosting the Blues at Suncorp Stadium with the series on the line in a do or die clash.
Read on for all the latest news and updates in the build-up to Origin III.
Five-eighth Cameron Munster was ruled out of the decider on Saturday after he returned a positive Covid-19 PCR test.
Queensland have called on a 21-year-old debutant to come into the 17 following the news, with Cowboys playmaker Tom Dearden given the go-ahead.
While the loss of the star playmaker has dominated headlines, captain Daly Cherry-Evans isn’t expecting any of his teammates to replicate the “unique piece” that is Munster.
Instead, with it all to play for in a couple of day’s time, the halfback sees game three as an opportunity for everyone to “step up” in front of the Brisbane crowd.
“We’ve spoken about how exciting it is and the great opportunity that we have to play in front of a Suncorp crowd for a decider,” Cherry-Evans said on Monday.
“As a Queenslander that’s so exciting. I think the one thing that we can’t do is we can’t expect them to win us the game.
“We want to give them something to cheer about, we don’t want to wait for them to have to cheer us on. We want to play a style of footy that’s going to bring the Queensland crowd into the game because we’re playing good football.”
Cherry-Evans is also looking forward to playing alongside both Ben Hunt and Dearden.
Hunt was leading the Dally M race when the count went behind closed doors at the end of May, while Dearden has helped the Cowboys surge up the ladder to second place.
“I’ve seen it as an opportunity, a great opportunity for everyone in the side to step up,” Cherry-Evans said.
“Obviously being the skipper I want to make sure that I’m really clear and really direct on where our team needs to go on Wednesday night.
“If we’ve got clear direction, I think everyone can play their best footy.
“We’re not trying to be anyone else, we’re just trying to make sure everyone in the side plays their best game and we believe that our best game can win on Wednesday night.”
Maroons coach Billy Slater knocked on Dearden’s door on Friday night to tell him that he’d been selected for one of the biggest games that the sport has to offer.
Cameron Munster has also called the 21-year-old to tell him that the Maroons all back him ahead of his debut.
“I don’t think there’s any time better to debut really (than) in a State of Origin decider at Suncorp,” Dearden said on the weekend.
“There’s obviously Queenslanders relying on us to get out there and win the game and do Queensland proud. I’ve got to do my job for Queensland.”
State of Origin Team List 2022
NSW took the 2021 Ampol State of Origin series 2-1, which included a 50-6 drumming of QLD in Townsville – an outing the Maroons would surely want to forget! Below is the list of expected players to take the field during the series.
QLD State of Origin Team 2022
The Queensland Maroons will make one additional change for Game 3 of the 2022 Ampol State of Origin. Here is the team that will line up against the Blues:
- Kalyn Ponga
- Selwyn Cobbo
- Valentine Holmes
- Dane Gagai
- Murray Taulagi
- Cameron Munster
- Daly Cherry-Evans (captain)
- Lindsay Collins
- Ben Hunt
- Josh Papalii
- Kurt Capewell
- Jeremiah Nanai
- Tino Fa’asuamaleaui
- Harry Grant
- Jai Arrow
- Patrick Carrigan
- Tom Gilbert
- Tom Deardon
- Thomas Flegler
- Beau Fermor
- Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow
- Sam Walker
Coach: Billy Slater
NSW State of Origin Team 2022
The New South Wales Blues have made an additional change for Game 3 of the 2022 Ampol State of Origin. Here is the team that will line up against the Maroons:
- James Tedesco (captain)
- Brian To’o
- Matt Burton
- Stephen Crichton
- Daniel Tupou
- Jarome Luai
- Nathan Cleary
- Jordan McLean
- Apisai Koroisau
- Jake Trbojevic
- Cameron Murray
- Liam Martin
- Isaah Yeo
- Damien Cook
- Angus Crichton
- Junior Paulo
- Siosifa Talakai
- Nicholas Hynes
- Jack Wighton
- Clinton Gutherson
- Jacob Saifiti
- Reece Robson
It’s that time of year again where footy fans across the country bust out the blue and maroon. Perhaps Australia’s greatest sporting rivalry, State of Origin is the Superbowl of the National Rugby League (NRL) as Queensland and New South Wales battle for state supremacy (and bragging rights!).