Brisbane Roar General Update 

As we move into the 2023/24 A-Leagues campaign, the club can provide a general update from both its squads. 

Isuzu UTE A-League 
Brisbane Roar’s Isuzu UTE A-League players are still on leave, and the squad are scheduled to be back in for pre-season in late June.  

Brisbane Roar will be playing in the Round 32 of the Australia Cup, in August and thus training will be geared towards the start of that tournament. The draw date for the Round of 32 remains TBC.  

In the pre-season, the Brisbane Roar will be looking to connect with the local community through playing friendly games at local clubs in South-East Queensland. 

The club is eagerly awaiting completion of the Brendale elite training facility where all A-League Men, A-League Women, and Academy teams will be training in the future, and will act as the home base of the Football Department and Coaching staff.  

Head Coach Ross Aloisi will be back in Brisbane in June and will begin work before the commencement of pre-season training.  

A number of Brisbane Roar Academy players with the likes of Trent Millard, Cher Deng, Thomas Waddingham, Cardiff Pond, Lachlan Duke and more will be given an opportunity in pre-season to impress the A-League Men.  

With the European season concluding, the club is currently heavily active within the European market and is looking to bring on multiple Visa players.  

The squad will again be heading to Fraser Coast for a pre-season camp, with dates to be announced by Brisbane Roar in the very near future. A full itinerary of the camp will be released once details are confirmed.  

Liberty A-League Women 

Brisbane Roar has begun actively recruiting for its Liberty A-League 2023/24 squad, with further announcements to be made very shortly. The club is pleased to reveal there will be a number of multi-year deals put together for its Liberty A-League squad.  

With the FIFA Women’s World Cup approaching, the club is actively seeking to recruit current Matilda’s and are in discussions with several Matilda’s players. 

Kelly Crew, our Liberty A-League Assistant coach has signed on to work under Head Coach Garrath McPherson again and will be going on three seasons at the club as Assistant Coach for the Women’s squad. 

Brisbane Roar will be working with Football Queensland and Queensland Academy of Sport to provide an elite program for our Liberty A-League Women’s players.  

Pre-season is scheduled to begin in September with the Liberty A-League Women’s season expected to commence between October and November.