The Canberra Raiders and ACT Brumbies look set to become part of history.
And they might be able to save on travel costs by booking flights and accommodation together in the process.
They're set to play an historic NRL-Super Rugby double header at Eden Park next year.
The Canberra Times believes it will form part of the NRL's 2020 fixture, which will be announced on Tuesday.
It's believed the Raiders will play the New Zealand Warriors first - in their round two clash on March 21.
That would likely be the 3pm time slot.
That's the same day the Brumbies play the Auckland Blues in their round eight game at 5.35pm Canberra time.
It will be the first time such a double header has gone ahead.
It would also be just the second time the Raiders have played at Eden Park, having run out there in round nine in 2014.
Just as Australian rugby union teams have struggled at the iconic venue, the Raiders lost that encounter against the Warriors 54-12.
The Raiders will start their 2020 campaign against the Gold Coast Titans on March 13 in the Friday 6pm time slot - the third season in a row they've opened against the Titans.
It comes two days before the Brumbies host arch-rivals NSW Waratahs at Canberra Stadium on the Sunday.
The Raiders are also hoping for an Anzac Day clash, with the day of commemoration falling on a Saturday in 2020.
They have strong ties with New Zealand already - Joe Tapine, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Jordan Rapana and Sia Soliola have all played for the Kiwis, while Bailey Simonsson has played sevens for the All Blacks sevens and nines for the Kiwis.
Plus Tonga internationals Siliva Havili and Ata Hingano were born in Auckland.
Rapana's currently on a pre-wedding honeymoon before making the switch to Japanese rugby union.
In the wake of the NRL Grand final, he mooted the possibility of returning to the Green Machine on a short-term contract, but it's looking increasingly unlikely.
The Raiders have re-signed young centre Sebastian Kris until the end of 2020, which will help cover Rapana's loss in the outside backs.
Bailey Simonsson's emergence this season means they have a ready-made replacement for the right wing.
Raiders halfback Aidan Sezer has again been linked to a move to English Super League club Huddersfield, although Canberra were yet to hear anything official.
Sezer's contracted to the Green Machine for 2020, but will face competition for the No.7 jersey from incoming England international George Williams.
Raiders recruitment boss Peter Mulholland said they'd also signed under-20s second-rower Kai O'Donnell and lock Darby Medlyn to development deals for next year.
"[Kris's] manager wanted to do that for 12 months just to see where he fitted and it doesn't upset the apple cart - he's at home, he's only a youngster so he's got a bit of time ahead of him," he said.