Brisbane Roar Legends Return in support of fallen Police Officers

Gear up, Roar fans! The annual Brisbane Roar Legends game is BACK.  

This season Brisbane Roar is hosting its annual Legends game before our very next home game, Sunday February 26 at 2:15pm KO AEST before Brisbane Roar’s Isuzu UTE A-League Round 18 clash against Perth Glory. 

The Legends match will serve as an opener to the Isuzu UTE A-League showdown against Perth Glory at 4:00pm AEST at Kayo Stadium.

Match Details
Brisbane Roar Legends vs Queensland Police Service
Kayo Stadium, 2:15pm AEST KO
Sunday 26 February 2023
*This match will not be televised live.

Main Game
Isuzu UTE A-League
Brisbane Roar v Perth Glory
Kayo Stadium, 4pm AEST KO
Sunday 26 February 2023

Members and ticket holders will be eligible to attend the curtain raiser Legends match.

Over the coming weeks, Brisbane Roar will announce its Legends team via its socials, so stay tuned to see who will be lacing up the boots once again in Brisbane Roar orange & black.

The Brisbane Roar Legends will be teamed up with some special guests this season and will be taking on a Queensland Police Service side.  

The match being played in commemoration of the fallen Queensland Police Officers Constable Matthew Arnold and Constable Rachel McCrow who passed away tragically late last year.

Queensland Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll and Queensland Minister for Police Mark Ryan will be in attendance and supporting the match.  

Donations are encouraged for the Remembrance Fund that you can donate to here

To attend the curtain raiser match, you must purchase a ticket to the match here, or be a member. Not a member? Become a member here.

Last year Brisbane Roar Legends took on a combined QPS x Army team in our Anzac Day curtain raiser match.