Penrith Panthers records
The Penrith Panthers were officially introduced to the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL - now known as NRL) - the premier Rugby League competition in Australia - in 1967 and have had an eventful 50 years, winning 4 wooden spoons and 2 premierships (finishing runners-up once). The following are club match records:
|60||72-12||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||Penrith Football Stadium||7 August 2004|
|56||62-6||New Zealand Warriors||Penrith Football Stadium||18 May 2013|
|54||60-6||Western Suburbs Magpies||Penrith Football Stadium||21 March 1999|
|63||7-70||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||Penrith Park||29 July 1973|
|62||12-74||Canberra Raiders||Canberra Stadium||10 August 2008|
|58||6-64||Parramatta Eels||Parramatta Stadium||17 March 2002|
|54||5-59||South Sydney Rabbitohs||Penrith Park||11 May 1980|
Longest winning streaks
- 8 games: 19 April - 7 June 2003
Longest losing streaks
- 10 games: 23 April - 2 July 1972
- 5 games: 1 June - 24 August 1980
Recovered from a 23-point deficit
Recovered from a 22-point deficit
Partially recovered from a 26-point deficit
Surrendered a 26-point lead.
- Led North Queensland Cowboys 26-0 at halftime to lose 36-28 at Penrith Football Stadium (29 May 1998) ^.
^ denotes premiership record.