List of Brisbane Broncos records

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The Brisbane Broncos rugby league football club has maintiained team and individual player records since they entered the Winfield Cup premiership in 1988.

Contents

Game records[edit]

Biggest wins[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
65 71–6 Newcastle Knights Suncorp Stadium 27 May, 2007[1] (Round 11)
54 60–6 North Sydney Bears ANZ Stadium 26 April, 1998 (Round 7)
54 58–4 North Queensland Cowboys ANZ Stadium 12 April 1998 (Round 5)
52 56–4 Western Suburbs Magpies ANZ Stadium 21 June 1998 (Round 15)
50 50–0 Balmain Tigers ANZ Stadium 13 August, 1993 (Round 20)
50 54–4 Illawarra Steelers ANZ Stadium 6 April, 1996 (Round 3)
50 56–6 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium 13 August, 1995 (Round 20)
50 50–0 Balmain Tigers ANZ Stadium 29 May, 1999 (Round 12)

Biggest losses[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
56 0–56 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 1 August, 2009 (Round 21)
46 22–68 Parramatta Eels Parramatta Stadium 2 September, 2007 (Round 25)
46 4–50 Melbourne Storm Olympic Park 2 April, 2005 (Round 4)
44 4–48 Melbourne Storm Olympic Park 5 June, 2009 (Round 13)
44 0–44 Newcastle Knights EnergyAustralia Stadium 6 July, 2001 (Round 18)
42 6–48 Melbourne Storm ANZ Stadium 21 March, 1999 (Round 3)
40 0–40 Melbourne Storm Olympic Park 9 September, 2007 (Qualifying Final)

Top home attendances[edit]

Stadium Crowd Opponent Round
Suncorp Stadium 50,859 Manly Sea Eagles Round 26, 2011 NRL season
ANZ Stadium 58,912 Cronulla Sharks Grand Final, 1997 Super League season

Individual records[edit]

Darren Lockyer playing for the Broncos in 2004. Lockyer made his Broncos debut in 1995 and is a former captain of the team. He holds the record for most games played for the Broncos (341) and most points for the Broncos (1,143).

Most games (200+)[edit]

Games Player Period
355 Darren Lockyer 1995–2011
274 Michael Hancock 1988–2000
273 Corey Parker 2001–2013
258 Allan Langer 1988–1999, 2002
255 Andrew Gee 1989–1999, 2002–2003
254 Shane Webcke 1995–2006
241 Kevin Walters 1990–2001
218 Tonie Carroll 1996–2000, 2003–2009
215 Petero Civoniceva 1998–2007, 2012
200 Brad Thorn 1994–2000, 2005–2007

Most career points (400+)[edit]

Points Player Tries Goals Field Goals
1,191 Darren Lockyer 122 341/500 21
1,062 Michael De Vere 64 403/526 0
1000 Corey Parker 32 418/542 0
744 Terry Matterson 29 314/488 0
568 Steve Renouf 142 0 0
484 Michael Hancock 120 2/6 0
480 Julian O'Neill 33 169/247 10
442 Wendell Sailor 110 1/1 0
421 Allan Langer 100 8/14 5
408 Willie Carne 72 63/103 0

Most tries in a match[edit]

Tries Player Match details
4 Steve Renouf vs. North Sydney Bears, Lang Park, Round 20,1991 (Brisbane won 44–6)
4 Steve Renouf vs. Canterbury Bulldogs, ANZ Stadium, Round 17, 1993 (Brisbane won 38–18)
4 Steve Renouf vs. Balmain Tigers, Optus Oval, Round 7, 1994 (Brisbane won 36–14)
4 Steve Renouf vs. Auckland Warriors, ANZ Stadium, Round 22, 1995 (Brisbane won 44–6)
4 Steve Renouf vs. Penrith Panthers, ANZ Stadium, Round 3, 1998 (Brisbane won 26–18)
4 Wendell Sailor vs. St George Illawarra Dragons, Aussie Stadium, Semi-final, 2001 (Brisbane won 44–28)
4 Karmichael Hunt vs. South Sydney Rabbitohs, Suncorp Stadium, Round 17, 2004 (Brisbane won 48–28)
4 Justin Hodges vs. Penrith Panthers, Suncorp Stadium, Round 3, 2007 (Brisbane lost 29–28)
4 Denan Kemp vs. Parramatta Eels, Suncorp Stadium, Round 12, 2008 (Brisbane won 30–26)
4 Israel Folau vs. Gold Coast Titans, Suncorp Stadium, Round 10, 2009 (Brisbane won 32–18)

Most goals in a match[edit]

Goals Kicker Match details
10 Corey Parker vs. Penrith Panthers, Suncorp Stadium, Round 1, 2008 (Brisbane won 48–12)
9 Darren Lockyer vs. North Queensland Cowboys, ANZ Stadium, Round 5, 1998 (Brisbane won 58–4)
9 Michael De Vere vs. North Queensland Cowboys, ANZ Stadium, Round 14, 2001 (Brisbane won 50–6)
9 Darren Lockyer vs. Parramatta Eels, Suncorp Stadium, Round 5, 2005 (Brisbane won 54–14)
9 Corey Parker vs. Penrith Panthers, Suncorp Stadium, Round 23, 2009 (Brisbane won 58–24)

Most points in a match[edit]

Points Scorer Match details
26 (3 tries, 7 goals) Lote Tuqiri vs. Northern Eagles, ANZ Stadium. 11 May 2002 (Brisbane won 50–12)
24 (2 tries, 8 goals) Terry Matterson vs. Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Lang Park. 6 March 1988 (Brisbane won 44–10)
24 (2 tries, 8 goals) Michael De Vere vs. Penrith Panthers, ANZ Stadium. 2 July 2000 (Brisbane won 48–6)
24 (2 tries, 8 goals) Michael De Vere vs. St George Illawarra Dragons, WIN Stadium. 16 July 2000 (Brisbane won 44–14)
24 (1 try, 10 goals) Corey Parker vs. Penrith Panthers, Suncorp Stadium. 16 March 2008 (Brisbane won 48–12)

Most tries in a season[edit]

Tries Scorer Season Details
23 Steve Renouf 21 Games, 1994
23 Darren Smith 27 Games, 1998
21 Lote Tuquri 29 Games, 2001

Most points in a season[edit]

Points Scorer Season Details
272 (19 tries, 98 goals) Darren Lockyer 26 Games, 1998
206 (2 tries, 99 goals) Michael De Vere 25 Games, 2001

Comebacks[edit]

Biggest comeback win[edit]

Recovered from an 18-point deficit.

Worst collapse[edit]

Surrendered a 22-point lead.

Streaks[edit]

Longest winning streaks[edit]

  • 12 Matches (Round 14, 1997 to Round 5, 1998)
  • 11 Matches (Round 8 to Round 18, 1990)
  • 11 Matches (Round 11 to Round 23, 1999)
  • 10 Matches (Round 16, 1992 to Round 1, 1993)
  • 10 Matches (Round 5 to Round 15, 2005)

Longest losing streaks[edit]

  • 8 Matches (Round 20 to Finals Week 1, 2003)
  • 8 Matches (Round 22, 2005 to Round 1, 2006)
  • 6 Matches (Round 20 to 25, 2001)

Golden point games[edit]

Played Won Drawn Lost
9 5 2 2
Opponent Result Score Round Venue Crowd
Melbourne Storm Win 26–22 Round 19, 2003 Olympic Park Stadium 11,512
Newcastle Knights Loss 16–17 Round 10, 2004 Suncorp Stadium 32,747
Cronulla Sharks Win 16–12 Round 21, 2004 Toyota Park 12,565
South Sydney Rabbitohs Draw 34–34 Round 25, 2004 Aussie Stadium 7,049
Penrith Panthers Loss 28–29 Round 3, 2007 Suncorp Stadium 24,582
Gold Coast Titans Win 19–18 Round 17, 2007 Suncorp Stadium 48,621
Penrith Panthers Draw 12–12 Round 16, 2008 CUA Stadium 9,967
Gold Coast Titans Win 25–21 Round 24, 2008 Suncorp Stadium 42,757
Canberra Raiders Win 25–24 Round 14, 2011 Suncorp Stadium 21,378
St. George-Illawarra Dragons Win 13–12 Finals Rd 2, 2011 Suncorp Stadium 48,474

Biggest wins and losses (by opponent)[edit]

*Denotes a team no longer competing in the NRL
Opponent Win Lose
*Adelaide Rams 46–12 (Round 21, 1998)
*Balmain Tigers 50–0 (Round 20, 1993) 6–24 (Round 18, 1990)
Canberra Raiders 50–16 (Round 8, 1996)
36–2 (Round 25, 2002)
0–56 (Round 21, 2009)
Canterbury Bulldogs 48–18 (Round 21, 2000)
30–0 (Round 24, 2006)
4–40 (Round 18, 2003)
Cronulla Sharks 40–2 (Round 10, 1991) 12–46 (Round 15, 2009)
*Gold Coast Chargers 48–12 (Round 17, 1994) 12–25 (Round 2, 1994)
Gold Coast Titans 32–18 (Round 10, 2009) 16–28 (Round 5, 2007)
*Hunter Mariners 34–16 (Round 17, 1997) 6–24 (Round 12, 1997)
*Illawarra Steelers 54–4 (Round 3, 1996) 4–26 (Round 11, 1994)
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 44–10 (Round 1, 1988) 0–26 (Round 16, 1991)
Melbourne Storm 48–20 (Round 21, 2002) 4–50 (Round 4, 2005)
Newcastle Knights 71–6 (Round 11, 2007) 0–44 (Round 18, 2001)
New Zealand Warriors 44–6 (Round 22, 1995) 18–56 (Round 12, 2013)
North Queensland Cowboys 58–4 (Round 4, 1998) 4–36 (Round 1, 2006)
*North Sydney Bears 60–6 (Round 7, 1998) 20–40 (Round 9, 1993)
*Northern Eagles 50–12 (Round 9, 2002) 6–16 (Round 12, 2000)
Parramatta Eels 60–14 (Round 13, 1995) 22–68 (Round 25, 2007)
Penrith Panthers 48–6 (Round 22, 2000) 20–46 (Round 26, 2004)
*Western Reds 50–14 (Round 14, 1997)
*St George Dragons 28–8 (Grand Final, 1992) 10–20 (Round 11, 1989)
St George Illawarra Dragons 44–14 (Round 24, 2000) 4–24 (Round 23, 2005)
South Sydney Rabbitohs 56–6 Round 20, 1995) 12–44 (Round 19, 2009)
*South Queensland Crushers 32–0 (Round 4, 1995)
Sydney Roosters 36–2 (Round 9, 1989) 0–28 (Round 26, 2000)
*Western Suburbs Magpies 56–4 (Round 15, 1998) 16–25 (Round 15, 1992)
Wests Tigers 56–12 (Round 20, 2000) 6–34 (Semi-final, 2005)

Finals records[edit]

Finals appearances[edit]

1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012

Biggest wins[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
44 50–6 Newcastle Knights SFS Semi-final, 2006
32 34–2 Cronulla Sharks Stockland Stadium Semi-final, 1997
30 40–10 New Zealand Warriors Suncorp Stadium Qualifying Final, 2011
28 46–18 Sydney Roosters QSAC Preliminary Final, 1998

Biggest loses[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
40 0–40 Melbourne Storm Olympic Park Qualifying Final, 2007
30 10–40 Melbourne Storm Etihad Stadium Preliminary Final, 2009
28 4–32 Canberra Raiders SFS Preliminary Final, 1990
28 6–34 Wests Tigers Sydney Football Stadium Semi-final, 2005

Most finals wins in a row[edit]

  • 7 Matches, Semi-final, 1992 – Qualifying Final, 1994.

Most finals losses in a row[edit]

  • 7 Matches, Preliminary Final, 2002 – Qualifying Final, 2006.

Biggest comeback in a final[edit]

Trailed a 14-point deficit (twice).

Worst collapse in a final[edit]

Surrendered a 12-point lead.

Individual records in finals[edit]

Most points in a finals match[edit]

Most tries in a finals match[edit]

Most goals in a finals match[edit]

Most field goals in a finals match[edit]

Grand Final records[edit]

Premierships[edit]

Year Opponent Result Score Venue Crowd Time of Day
1992 St George Dragons Win 28–8 Sydney Football Stadium 41,560 Day
1993 St George Dragons Win 14–6 Sydney Football Stadium 42,329 Day
1997 Cronulla Sharks Win 26–8 ANZ Stadium 58,912 Night
1998 Canterbury Bulldogs Win 38–12 Sydney Football Stadium 40,857 Day
2000 Sydney Roosters Win 14–6 Stadium Australia 94,277 Day
2006 Melbourne Storm Win 15–8 Telstra Stadium 79,609 Night

Runners-up[edit]

The Brisbane Broncos have competed in six Grand Finals and won all six.

Biggest win[edit]

Most points in a Grand Final[edit]

Biggest comeback in a Grand Final[edit]

Recovered from a 2-point deficit (twice).

Individual Records in Grand Finals[edit]

Most Grand Final Appearances as a Coach[edit]

Appearances Player Years
6 Wayne Bennett 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2006

Most Grand Final appearances as a captain[edit]

Appearances Player Years
4 Allan Langer 1992, 1993, 1997 and 1998
1 Darren Lockyer 2006
1 Kevin Walters 2000

Most Grand Final appearances as a player[edit]

Appearances Player Years
5 Kevin Walters 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998 and 2000
5 Michael Hancock 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998 and 2000

Most tries in a Grand Final[edit]

Tries Player Match details
3 Steve Renouf vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
2 Allan Langer vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1992 (Brisbane won 28–8).
2 Alan Cann vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1992 (Brisbane won 28–8).

Most tries in Grand Finals[edit]

Tries Player Match details
4 Steve Renouf 1 in 1992 against St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium (Brisbane won 28–8).
3 in 1997 against Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium (Brisbane won 26–8).
2 Allan Langer 2 in 1992 against St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium (Brisbane won 28–8).
2 Alan Cann 2 in 1992 St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium (Brisbane won 28–8).

Most goals in a Grand Final[edit]

Goals Player Match details
5 Darren Lockyer vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
5 Darren Lockyer vs. Canterbury Bulldogs at Sydney Football Stadium in 1998 (Brisbane won 38–12).
4 Terry Matterson vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1992 (Brisbane won 28–8).

Most goals in Grand Finals[edit]

Goals Player Match details
12 Darren Lockyer 5 vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
5 vs. Canterbury Bulldogs at Sydney Football Stadium in 1998 (Brisbane won 38–12).
2 vs. Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium in 2006 (Brisbane won 15–8).
5 Terry Matterson 4 vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1992 (Brisbane won 28–8).
1 vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1993 (Brisbane won 14–6)
3 Michael De Vere 3 vs. Sydney Roosters at Stadium Australia in 2000 (Brisbane won 14–6).

Most field goals in a Grand Final[edit]

Goals Player Match details
1 Darren Lockyer 1 vs. Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium in 2006 (Brisbane won 15–8).

Most points in a Grand Final[edit]

Goals Player Match details
12 Steve Renouf 3 tries vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
10 Darren Lockyer 5 goals vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
10 Darren Lockyer 5 goals vs. Canterbury Bulldogs at Sydney Football Stadium in 1998 (Brisbane won 38–12).

Most points in Grand Finals[edit]

Points Player Match details
25 Darren Lockyer 5 goals vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
5 goals vs. Canterbury Bulldogs at Sydney Football Stadium in 1998 (Brisbane won 38–12).
2 goals and 1 field goal vs. Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium in 2006 (Brisbane won 15–8).
16 Steve Renouf 1 try vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1992 (Brisbane won 28–8).
3 tries vs. Cronulla Sharks at ANZ Stadium in 1997 (Brisbane won 26–8).
14 Terry Matterson 4 goals vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1992 (Brisbane won 28–8).
1 try and 1 goal vs. St. George Dragons at Sydney Football Stadium in 1993 (Brisbane won 14–6).

National Youth Competition records[edit]

Biggest wins[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
64 64–0 Manly Sea Eagles Suncorp Stadium 4 September 2011
48 48–0 Wests Tigers Suncorp Stadium 20 June 2008
48 54–6 Newcastle Knights Suncorp Stadium 11 April 2011
38 48–10 Gold Coast Titans Suncorp Stadium 15 May 2009
36 40–4 Cronulla Sharks Suncorp Stadium 25 July 2008
32 40–8 Cronulla Sharks Toyota Stadium 17 May 2008
32 40–8 Wests Tigers Campbelltown Stadium 22 May 2009

Biggest losses[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
40 8–48 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 15 June 2008
24 16–40 Sydney Roosters Sydney Football Stadium 21 March 2008
24 16–40 Melbourne Storm Etihad Stadium 26 September 2009
17 16–33 Canterbury Bulldogs Suncorp Stadium 13 July 2008

Streaks[edit]

Longest winning streak[edit]

  • 7 matches, 9 August – 27 September 2008

Longest losing streak[edit]

  • 5 matches, 13 March – 10 April 2009

Comebacks[edit]

Biggest comeback[edit]

Trailed a 24-point deficit.

Worst collapse[edit]

Surrendered a 22-point lead.

References[edit]