The inaugural season of the Super W starts tomorrow evening when the Queensland Red face NSW at Suncorp Stadium in a double header.
To celebrate the start of the Super W, The Women's Game are here to tell you the five things fans watching the competition need to know.
1. Games can be watched on TV
Last month, FOX Sports announced they would be partnering with Super W to bring Foxtel customers every game.
Wallaroos Mollie Gray told FOX Sports exposure was important to growing the game.
"Exposure is really important to grow the game and I can’t wait for the girls to show everyone what they can do on the field,” she said.
The match will also be broadcast on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during the five-week season and will also be available on foxsports.com.au.
However, these matches will not be live as they conflict with Super Rugby matches.
2. A rivalry has been born before kick-off
It is one of the biggest rivalries in sport and it is set to continue in the Super W on Saturday night.
After meeting in the Final of the Global Tens in Brisbane, where Queensland took out the title, the two teams are set to be involved in the opening game of the season.
Despite that loss, Waratahs forward Emily Robinson told FOX Sports it wasn't a lingering memory for the team.
“It was a Tens tournament, not the Super W, not nationals, not XVs, it’s completely separate. ... We’ll move on to bigger and better things,” Robinson said.
“But 100 percent, I hate Queensland and I can’t wait to get up there and get stuck in.
“There’s definitely a bit of rivalry. We haven’t played them in XVs in a long time and it will be really interesting and a quality game of rugby," she said.
3. They aren't being paid
It came as a shock to many when it looked like the Super W players were not going to be paid and the issue still has not been resolved a day out from the start of the competition.
NSW Rugby boss Andrew Hore told The Sydney Morning Herald player development should be put first to give the league the best chance of succeeding.
It is the age-old problem in women's sport but other national leagues have seen the benefits of paying their players.
4. It is five rounds
Each team will only face each other once before the final.
The final is set to take place on the weekend of 20 April to accommodate a break for Rugby Sevens at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
It will be broadcast live on FOX Sports.
5. Australia want a World Cup
There is no doubt that hosting a World Cup is the goal of any sports code in Australia and the country has seen the benefits from hosting sporting events in the past with the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and the 2006 and 1982 Commonwealth Games.
For rugby union, this could become a reality in 2021 when Australia could host the Women's Rugby World Cup.
The competition is set to improve the level of talent and inspire the next generation of Wallaroos.