WITH restrictions on crowd numbers at this weekend's second grade grand final, not everyone will be able to attend in person.
However, the Wade Hotel will be home base for fans and supporters, streaming the game live on its big screen so no one misses out on the premiership action.
Bookings are essential and do need to be made quickly before space runs out. COVID-19 regulations will be in place and must be strictly followed.
Phantoms stalwart Bart Challacombe said the pub would be decked out in the club's colours and encouraged fans to do the same.
"It's a real credit to the club to achieve what they have this season," he said.
"I think it's going to be an exciting atmosphere here for those who can't be there.
"It's good we can still come together here to watch it.
"The Phantoms are a loyal club and we're really happy to support them."
Challacombe believes the Wade Hotel has been a supporter of the Phantoms since they first started playing.
"There's definitely a long affiliation there," he said.
"I think that's the thing about towns like Leeton. We do all support each other. When it's the finals, everyone gets behind all the codes."
The second grade grand final does start at 11.15am on Saturday and all the action from the women's and first grade grand finals will also be streamed at the Wade throughout the day.
"We just want to remind people all of the COVID protocols will be in place throughout the day," Stacey Challacombe said.
"It's not just about doing the right thing to avoid being fined, but also to keep everyone healthy and safe."