In 2008 rugby league is celebrating, and Friday, 22 February was the moment the party started in earnest as we released the official list of the 100 greatest players of the last 100 years.
As part of the Centenary season, the NRL and ARL commissioned a panel of 130 experts to select the best of the best since the game's origins in Australia in 1908.
The result of this voting process is a list of the who's who of league across the past 100 years.
Of course we all have a soft spot for our own generation of players, but not all of them can be listed. What the College has achieved is a definitive list that showcases not only what the modern game has brought to the fans, but also the stars of yesteryear upon which every fantastic season since has been built.
The ultimate goal for the College's selection process is the naming of Australian rugby league's official Team of the Century. Now a closely-guarded secret, this team will be announced on April 17 at the Centenary of Rugby League Ball and, of course, right here on the official site.
Between now and the announcement of the Team of the Century, we're giving fans the chance to select their own Team of the Century at the website and a major incentive to try to replicate the official team.
If your team replicates the official selections, you're in the running to win one of those excellent money-can't-buy prizes that includes;
Tickets to the Centenary World Cup semi-finals and final plus the opening game between Australia and New Zealand,
Five-star hotel accommodation,
Flights and limousine transfers,
Fine dining, and
Signed jerseys from the teams that make it to the Centenary World Cup final.
The competition is open from Monday, 25 February and the awesome prize is thanks to the Rugby League Experience.
The Centenary of Rugby League's official site also offers fans the chance to compare players from the top 100, with full stats and biographies of every player.
How does Darren Lockyer stack up against Clive Churchill? Just go to the site to find out.
As the season continues, the Centenary of Rugby League will continue to celebrate the history of the game, showcasing the greatest moments from rugby league's history, State of Origin clashes and the international arena.
A full results database for the past 100 years of first grade, NRL, State of Origin, City v Country and Australia's international matches will also available, including match results, crowd figures, referees and venues.
Later in the year the site will bring the party to life again, by showcasing club histories, hot tries and your thoughts on the best moments from the last 100 years of our game.
To get involved in the celebration, discover the names on rugby league's ultimate list.