Roar legends return for Charity Match


In support of Rural Aid’s drought & bushfire relief, Brisbane Roar will be hosting a legend’s charity match as a curtain raiser to this Saturday’s Hyundai A-League fixture at Suncorp Stadium.

The Brisbane Roar Legends Charity Match will see a number of Club legends in line to take the field once again at Suncorp Stadium against an NPL QLD Select outfit.

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The contest will be a 2×20 minute-half contest, kicking off at 2:10pm before our Hyundai A-League boys take the park against the Nix from 4pm.

The Club has raised more than $12,000 through online signed jersey auctions & will continue its push to raise more funds for those communities in need following the recent bushfire disaster.

Jerseys worn by the Club’s past legends will be provided for auction following the match.

Bushfire relief

“With bushfires and drought affecting so many Australians, it’s important that we as a Club do our bit to contribute and support those who need it most right now,” Brisbane Roar CEO David Pourre said.

“We are delighted to confirm we have locked in a number of the Club’s greatest ever players to take part in a charity match ahead of Saturday’s Hyundai A-League fixture at Suncorp Stadium. We would like to thank all involved. 

“It makes for a great opportunity for our fans to welcome back some of their favourite players of yesteryear, cheer on our boys against the Phoenix, all while raising funds to help Australians in need.”

The Club will make further announcements this week on who will be taking the field as part of the BRFC Legends side.

Gates at Suncorp Stadium will open at 2pm. Tickets for the Hyundai A-League fixture include entry to the BRFC Legends Charity Match.

Brisbane Roar Legends Charity Match: BRFC Legends v NPL QLD Select
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Saturday, 18 January (2:10pm KO)

Hyundai A-League 2019/20: Round 15 – Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Saturday, 18 January (4pm KO)

Bushfire relief