Brisbane Roar

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Brisbane Roar
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Basic data
Surname Brisbane Roar Football Club
Seat Brisbane , Australia
founding 2005
president Dali Tahir
First soccer team
Head coach Robbie Fowler
Venue Suncorp Stadium
Places 52,500
league A-League
2019/20 4th place (season)
elimination finals (playoffs)

The Brisbane Roar FC is a football club in Brisbane , Australia . The club plays in the Australian professional league A-League .


The history of the Brisbane Roar goes back to Brisbane Hollandia, which was founded in 1957 . Frequent restructuring and name changes shape the history of the association. This was renamed Brisbane Lions in the early 1970s and Queensland Lions in the 1990s. This club got the license in 2004 to build a team for the A-League in Brisbane, even before the then more established Brisbane Strikers . The name for the A-League team has been changed to Queensland Roar. Until 2009, they took part in the game as Queensland Roar, but had to change this name after two other teams from Queensland had been accepted into the A-League with Gold Coast United and North Queensland Fury .

On November 26, 2011, the team celebrated the 36th game without defeat in a row. In doing so, she broke the Sydney Roosters rugby team's 74-year record . Brisbane Roar is the Australian champion of the 2010/11 , 2011/12 and 2013/14 seasons .

Squad of the 2018/19 season

No. position Surname
1 AustraliaAustralia TW Brendan White
2 New ZealandNew Zealand FROM Dane Ingham
3 AustraliaAustralia FROM Luke DeVere
4th AustraliaAustralia FROM Daniel Bowles
6th GreeceGreece FROM Avraam Papadopoulos
7th DenmarkDenmark MF Thomas Kristensen
8th AustraliaAustralia MF Jacob Pepper
9 AustraliaAustralia ST Adam Taggart
10 AustraliaAustralia ST Brett Holman
11 FranceFrance ST Eric Bauthéac
13 AustraliaAustralia MF Stefan Mauk
14th SpainSpain MF Álex López
15th AustraliaAustralia FROM Stefan Nigro
17th AustraliaAustralia MF Matt McKay ( )(C)Captain of the crew
18th AustraliaAustralia MF Joe Caletti
No. position Surname
19th AustraliaAustralia FROM Jack hungered
20th AustraliaAustralia ST Shannon Brady
21st EnglandEngland TW Jamie Young
22nd DenmarkDenmark MF Tobias Mikkelsen
23 AustraliaAustralia ST Dylan Wenzel-Halls
24 AustraliaAustralia FROM Connor O'Toole
26th AustraliaAustralia ST Nicholas D'Agostino
27 AustraliaAustralia MF Adam Sawyer
33 BrazilBrazil ST Henrique
34 AustraliaAustralia FROM Aaron Reardon
35 AustraliaAustralia MF Jay Barnett
36 AustraliaAustralia ST Daniel leak
37 AustraliaAustralia ST Bryce Bafford
40 AustraliaAustralia ST Mirza Muratovic

A complete listing of all players in the history of the Brisbane Roar is available under List of Players in the Brisbane Roar .

Coach chronicle

Surname nationality from to statistics
Games G - U - V
Miron Bleiberg IsraelIsrael- ISR March 2, 2005 November 12, 2006
Frank Farina AustraliaAustralia- OFF November 15, 2006 October 14, 2009
Rado Vidosic (interim) AustraliaAustralia- OFF October 11, 2009 October 15, 2009
Ange Postecoglou AustraliaAustralia- OFF October 16, 2009 April 24, 2012
Rado Vidosic AustraliaAustralia- OFF April 25, 2012 17th December 2012
Mike Mulvey AustraliaAustralia- OFF December 18, 2012 23rd November 2014
Frans Thijssen NetherlandsNetherlands- NED November 24, 2014 May 25, 2015
John Aloisi AustraliaAustralia- OFF May 26, 2015 December 28, 2018
Darren Davies (interim) WalesFlag of Wales (1959 – present) .svg- WHALE December 28, 2018 June 30, 2019
Robbie Fowler EnglandEngland- ENG from July 1, 2019


Asia cup balance

season competition round opponent total First leg Return leg
2012 AFC Champions League Group stage JapanJapan FC Tokyo 2: 6 0: 2 (H) 2: 4 (A)
China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Beijing Guoan 2: 2 1: 1 (A) 1: 1 (H)
Korea SouthSouth Korea Ulsan Hyundai 2: 3 1: 1 (A) 1: 2 (H)
2013 AFC Champions League Qualifying round ThailandThailand Buriram United 0: 0 a.d.
(0: 3 in good condition)
2015 AFC Champions League Group stage China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China Beijing Guoan 1: 1 0: 1 (H) 1: 0 (A)
JapanJapan Urawa Red Diamonds 2: 2 1: 0 (A) 1: 2 (H)
Korea SouthSouth Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings 4: 6 3: 3 (H) 1: 3 (A)

Overall record: 13 games, 2 wins, 5 draws, 6 defeats, 13:20 goals (goal difference −7)


Brisbane Roar plays at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. The stadium holds 52,500 spectators. The average attendance at the Brisbane Roar is around 15,000.


The jersey colors are dominated by orange and dark red. Dark red is a traditional color for Queensland teams ; Orange symbolizes the bond with Dutch tradition, as the Queensland Lions Club was mainly founded by Dutch immigrants.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Brisbane blaze into history books ( Memento from 29 October 2013 in the Internet Archive ). Australian Football Association website. Retrieved December 8, 2011.