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Brisbane Roar FC

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Established
1957 (65 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Suncorp Stadium
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Location
Milton, Queensland

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Competitions
Australian A-League
AFC Champions League

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Upcoming Events
19 Jan 22 Brisbane Roar  -  Perth Glory
22 Jan 22 Brisbane Roar  -  Adelaide United
29 Jan 22 Brisbane Roar  -  Western Sydney
05 Feb 22 Newcastle Jets  -  Brisbane Roar
13 Feb 22 Brisbane Roar  -  Macarthur FC

Latest Results
15 Jan 22 Sydney FC  1 - 1  Brisbane Roar
09 Jan 22 Brisbane Roar  P - P  Central Coast
05 Jan 22 Wellington Phoenix  P - P  Brisbane Roar
02 Jan 22 Melbourne Victory  P - P  Brisbane Roar
27 Dec 21 Brisbane Roar  P - P  Melbourne City

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Brisbane Roar FC is an Australian professional soccer club based in Brisbane, Queensland. It competes in the country's premier competition, the A-League, under license from Football Federation Australia. Roar entered the competition in the league's inaugural 2005–06 season as Queensland Roar FC. The club has won two league Premierships, three Championships and it has competed in two AFC Champions League competitions. Brisbane Roar holds the record for the longest unbeaten run at the top level of any Australian football code, which stands at 36 league matches without defeat. Brisbane Roar are also the first and only club to win back to back A-League Championships.

The club plays matches at Suncorp Stadium, a 52,500 seat multi-use venue in Milton. A youth team competes in the National Youth League. A women's team competes in the W-League. As of 2014, the youth and women's teams also compete in the NPL Queensland in order to maintain fitness and further develop their abilities. The youth team competes in the senior men's division while the women's team compete in the U15 boy's division. The youth and women matches are played at various locations across Brisbane, including Goodwin Park, QSAC, A.J. Kelly Park, Perry Park and occasionally Suncorp Stadium.

Team Members
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Jacob
Pepper




Michael
Theo




Jade
North




Matt
McKay




Thomas
Broich




Daniel
Bowles




Shannon
Brady




Eric
Bautheac




Luke
De



Tomislav
Bilic




Jordan
Courtney-Perkins




Scott
Neville




Riku
Danzaki




Rahmat
Akbari




Dylan
Wenzel-Halls




Joseph
Champness




Joshua
Brindell-South




Kai
Trewin




Masato
Kudo




Jesse
Daley




Jack
Hingert




Jamie
Young




Tom
Aldred




Max
Crocombe




Gol-Gol
Mebrahtu
#17



Jay
O'Shea
#26



Scott
McDonald
#77


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Stadium or Home

Lang Park is the original name of the site located in the Brisbane suburb of Milton, Queensland, Australia, now occupied by the major sports facility known by its sponsorship name, Suncorp Stadium (formerly Suncorp-Metway Stadium). Lang Park is also known as Brisbane Stadium when in use during AFC competitions due to conflicting sponsorship reasons.

The current facility comprises a three tiered rectangular sporting stadium with a capacity of 52,500 people. Some suggest the enclosed stands situated on the sidelines make it arguably the best rectangular stadium in Australia for spectator viewing and atmosphere for rugby league, rugby union and soccer. The top tier is closed for events less than 30,000 enhancing the intimacy.

Lang Park was established in 1914, on the site of a former cemetery, and in its early days was home to a number of different sports, including cycling, athletics and soccer. The lease of the park was taken over by rugby league and it became the home of the game in Queensland in 1957 (and remains so to this day). It has also been the home ground of major rugby union and soccer matches in Queensland since its modern redevelopment, including the Queensland Reds and the Brisbane Roar, and some Wallabies and Socceroos matches. It hosted the 2008 Rugby League World Cup Final.

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