The Panthers play their home games in a black jersey with blue lines, the torsos is decked with Sanyo the main club sponsor. The away or alternate shirt is white with black. The club colour for shorts is black. The club colours have been pulled on by a few notable players, such as: Joel Clinton, Brad Fittler, John Cartwright and Tim Sheens, known better for his coaching.
The Penrith Panthers is an Australian professional rugby league football team founded in 1964. The Panthers compete in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership, the top rugby league football competition in Australasia. They are based in Penrith, New South Wales, 55 km west of the centre of Sydney and at the foot of the Blue Mountains, playing their home games in the 21,000 capacity CUA Stadium, Penrith, Sydney.
Penrith struggled for almost twenty years before finally reaching their first finals series in 1985. Penrith achieved their first Grand Final appearance in 1990 but were beaten by the Canberra Raiders 18-14. The next year the Panthers met the Raiders again in the 1991 Grand Final, this time winning the game 19-12. The Panthers most recent premiership achievement was over the Sydney Roosters in the 2003 Grand Final where Penrith were considered 'under dogs'.Error in term id search details