The Akari Lions have signed the team’s new head coach.

The Akari Titans will move to the new stadium for their home match against the Brisbane Broncos.

The Titans were the last team in Australia to be awarded the NRL premiership, in the 1999 season.

They won the trophy, and won the title again in 2003.

The team’s current manager, Michael Hickey, has coached in four different countries and is an assistant coach at the NRL.

He will also coach the Titans for the first time.

Former Brisbane Lions head coach Anthony Griffin was also named the new head of the Titans on Thursday.

He joined the Titans in 2011.

Hickey replaces Dave Richardson, who was named the club’s chief executive in March.

Richardson has been in charge since November 2015.

His first two seasons with the Titans were poor, and he was sacked on December 10, 2016.

After leaving the Titans, he was an assistant with the Canberra Raiders and played under Trent Robinson.

He was part of the Canberra-based Queensland Raiders’ 2015 premiership side, and was named captain for the NRL-Wests-Broncos.

Former Newcastle Knights head coach David Klemmer has been appointed the new chief executive of the Newcastle Knights.