Queensland Roar FC

Queensland Roar FC

Brisbane Roar FC

Queensland Roar
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Club fondé en 2005
Couleurs orange et bordeaux
Stade Suncorp Metway Stadium
(52 600 places)
Siège Locked Bag 5000,
Sumner Park QLD 4074
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Le Brisbane Roar FC (anciennement Queensland Roar FC) est un club de football australien basé à Brisbane et évoluant en A-League.

Joueurs actuels

Liens externes

A-League 2009-2010
Adelaide United FC • Brisbane Roar FC • Central Coast Mariners FC
Melbourne Victory FC • Newcastle United Jets FC • Perth Glory FC • Sydney FC • Wellington Phoenix
North Queensland Fury • Gold Coast United
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