GALLERY: Historic Friday for BRFC


It was a big Friday at Logan Metro Sports Park for BRFC!

Following the completion of our new training facility, including players’ changerooms, lounge, and offices for our football department, Logan City Council officially welcomed Brisbane Roar Football Club and Football Brisbane to Logan Metro Sports Park at Heritage Park.

BRFC Managing Director David Pourre said, at a function yesterday to welcome the Club to Logan, that the Roar’s new home gives them a closer link to the local football community and strengthens the club’s brand across Queensland and Australia.

“The City of Logan had a vision and it is a credit to Logan City Council for supporting this. The Brisbane Roar had a dream of having a home. Today, this vision and dream became a reality,” Pourre said.

“We are proud to have a state-of-the-art training facility for our Hyundai A-League side and our club now has a foundation to grow and improve this facility.”

The brand new complex was then transformed into the entertainment hub of Logan last night as Logan City Council’s Eats & Beats hit Logan Metro Sports Park.

With endless food and drink options, the chance to watch our Roar Women train, meet our players, and tour our new facility, it was a fun-filled night for the whole family.

Take a look below at some of the best snaps from a historic day for the Brisbane Roar Football Club.