It isn't just Raiders fans who are getting decked out in green ahead of the side's big clash against South Sydney in the preliminary final on Friday.
So, too, are many of Canberra's buildings and landmarks.
The National Capital Authority says the National Carillon and the Captain Cook Jet will be lit up in green ahead of the important final.
And many iconic buildings will also be emblazoned in the colours of the Green Machine, including light rail stations and The Canberra Times fountain in Civic.
Telstra Tower on Black Mountain will be lit up in green on Friday.
But sadly, we won't be seeing a green tram gracing our brand new tracks this week.
While the ACT government was open to the idea, wrapping the tram in green was expected to have cost thousands.
The Carillon will turn green in the days leading up to the final, but it won't be green on match day. Instead, it will be lit up blue.
A spokeswoman for the National Capital Authority said the monument would not be able to be lit in Raiders colours as police had booked the Carillon earlier in the year to be used to commemorate National Police Remembrance Day.
"The Carillon was lit up in green last weekend and during the last home games," the spokeswoman said.
"If the Raiders make the grand final, then it will turn green again."
The authority also has plans to light up the Kings Avenue overpass and Bowen Place before Friday's match.
So far there has been no indication on whether the water in Civic Square fountain will be dyed green, as it was for the team's first grand final appearance in 1989.
Tickets for the game sold out after just six minutes of going on sale to the general public on Tuesday.
A crowd of around 28,000 people are expected at Canberra Stadium, one of the largest crowds ever at the ground.
Owner of Jerseys Megastore, Vicki Young, said she had seen one of the biggest surges in sales of Raiders merchandise in the past week.
If the team made the grand final, she said it would be even larger.
"There's been a lot of enthusiastic people out," she said.
"There's just no comparison compared to previous seasons. If the Raiders are doing well and they're in a final, we see enormous growth."
Among the biggest sellers at the Fyshwick stores in recent days are car flags and jerseys.
"The current season jersey would be the most popular one, and there's been lots of sales of retro ones," Ms Young said.
"We're also seeing lots of warm gear like jackets being sold."