2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
0-3-1, 8th in Australian A-League
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21dAAP

World Cup places on the line - Polkinghorne

Matildas defender and Brisbane captain Clare Polkinghorne knows this season's W-League will carry extra weight with a World Cup around the corner.

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53dAAP

Gielnik makes switch from Roar to Victory

Matildas attacker Emily Gielnik has ended a nine-year association with the Brisbane Roar to sign with W-League rivals Melbourne Victory.

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175dAAP

Roar in talks with NEC for Mauk

With Daniel De Silva out of their sights, Brisbane Roar have shifted their attention to luring Stefan Mauk back to the A-League.

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182dAAP

Holman extends Brisbane Roar stay

Former Socceroos stalwart Brett Holman will play another A-League season with Brisbane but not as a marquee.

Brisbane Roar
195dAAP

Roar sign NPL sensation Wenzel-Halls

Brisbane Roar have further bolstered their attacking arsenal with the recruitment of state-league goal machine Dylan Wenzel-Halls.

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214dAAP

Aloisi proud of Roar regardless of WSW result

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi is confident his team can make an impact in the finals should Western Sydney Wanderers fail to defeat Adelaide.

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221dAAP

Brisbane 'panicked' vs. WSW - Aloisi

Brisbane's strong finish to the A-League season could come to nothing after Saturday's 3-0 defeat to Western Sydney dumped them out of the top six.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference-17th
Goals Scored47th
Assists2Tied-8th
Goals Conceded5Tied-4th