Mar 23, 2021   |  2:39AM AET

Brisbane Roar welcomes Unwanted FC as Community Partner

Brisbane Roar welcomes Unwanted FC as Community Partner

Brisbane Roar is proud to add local Brisbane upcycling service Unwanted FC to its family of Community and Charity Champions. 

Unwanted FC is a local Brisbane football brand focused on sustainability through its upcycling service, which aims to give unwanted football jerseys a second life.

Kevin and Keith Chan, the brothers behind Unwanted FC, transform once-beloved garments into new functional designs such as tote bags, laptop sleeves, pouches and face masks.

“We’re proud to be partnering with Brisbane Roar FC and helping to promote a circular economy through some of our most beloved football jerseys,” said co-founder Kevin Chan.

“We enjoy celebrating kits of the past, especially during a time when the gaps between football, fashion and sustainability close in.”

Unwanted FC - How it Works

The team from Unwanted FC will be in attendance outside Gate 1 at this Saturday’s A-League match between Brisbane Roar and Western United at Moreton Daily Stadium.

Kick-off is at 4:05pm. Get tickets to Saturday’s game HERE.

Unwanted FC urges you to bring along your old football kits and have them upcycled into a reusable item of your choice!

Visit the Unwanted FC website – – to learn more about their work.

View all of Brisbane Roar’s Charity & Community Champions HERE.