State of Origin Fixtures & Draw 2015

Queensland have won the 2015 State of Origin series with a 52-6 victory in Game 3 of the State of Origin series.

Stay tuned for the 2016 fixtures. As soon as they’re announced, they’ll be right here on The Roar.

The State Of Origin Fixtures & Draw sees a three-match series contested between NSW and Queensland that usually begins in early June and finishes in the middle of July. In 2015, the first match will be played on May 27.

State of Origin Game 3 for 2015 is scheduled to kick off at 8:16pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, though is likely to kick off later.**


**Important note – most Origin games are scheduled to start at 8:00pm, and for Game 3 it’s likely to be around 8:16pm, but kick off later than this time. The exact kick-off, after the Australian national anthem is performed, and TV specials are completed, is usually closer to 8:20pm. Origins 1 and 2, for example, both kicked off at 8:22pm AEST.

Origin Game One: NSW vs Queensland – Wednesday, 27 May 2015, 8.16pm AEST – ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Origin Game Two: NSW vs Queensland – Wednesday, 17 June 2015, 8.00pm AEST – Melbourne Cricket Ground

Origin Game Three: Queensland vs NSW – Wednesday 8 July 2015, 8.00pm AEST – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane


Johnathan Thurston looks to pass during Queensland's 32-8 win in Game 3 of the 2014 State of Origin Series.(Image: Dan Peled/AAP)

More 2015 State of Origin:
» State of Origin news
» State of Origin fixtures
» State of Origin teams
» State of Origin 2015: Game 3 preview
» Why NSW will win Game 3
» Why the Maroons will win Game 3

Each Origin series sees either New South Wales Blues or Queensland Maroons play two of the series’ three games at their home ground. 2015 will see the return of State of Origin football to the MCG, where there will be one game played. A game has also been confirmed for the 2018 series.

Recent times have seen some State Of Origin games played at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.

In 2014, Queensland entered the series having won the last eight on the trot, and had the advantage with two matches played at Suncorp Stadium, the home of the Maroons. Nonetheless, the Blues triumphed, with two close wins in the first two games to take the series.