Brisbane Roar FC Youth

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Brisbane Roar Youth
Brisbane Roar FC Logo (2014–).png
Full name Brisbane Roar FC Youth
Nickname(s) Young Roar, BRFC NYL
Founded 2008
Ground A.J. Kelly Park
Cleveland Showgrounds
Owner Bakrie Group
Chairman Dali Tahir
Manager James Robinson
League National Youth League
National Premier Leagues
2015–16 2nd (Conference A)
Current season

Brisbane Roar FC Youth is a soccer team based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Founded in 2008 as Queensland Roar Youth, it is the youth and reserve team of Brisbane Roar. The team currently plays in National Youth League, holding home matches at A.J. Kelly Park, and they will compete in the National Premier Leagues Queensland, holding matches at Cleveland Showgrounds.


The team was founded in 2008, as a Brisbane Roar (then Queensland Roar) representative team for the inaugural season of the National Youth League competition. On 8 January 2014, it was confirmed that the team would compete in the National Premier Leagues Queensland competition for 2014 season onwards.[1]


The team has hosted its home matches at Goodwin Park in Yeronga and at Perry Park in Bowen Hills, both grounds are located in the city of Brisbane. Currently home matches are played at the Cleveland Showgrounds.

Current squad[edit]

The current squad as of 4 November 2016.[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Australia GK Tomislav Bilic
Australia GK Andre Jannese
Australia DF Cameron Crestani
Australia DF Hayden McHenery
Australia DF Mark Rodic
Australia DF Aaron Reardon
Australia MF Daniel Kim
Australia MF Daniel Driver
Australia MF Nicholas Panetta
No. Position Player
Australia MF Nathan Konstandopoulos
Australia MF Adam Sawyer
Australia MF Joe Caletti
Australia MF Daniel Leck
New Zealand FW Joseph Champness
Australia FW Joseph Duckworth
Australia FW Dane Ingham
Australia FW Jayden Prasad


Position Staff
Manager England James Robinson
Assistant Manager Australia Joel Smith
Strength and Conditioning Coach Australia David Monneron
Team Manager England Billy Dawson
Physiotherapist Australia Nigel Smith
Assistant Physiotherapist Australia Ryan Timmins


Runners-up (1): 2010–11
  • Player of the Year
2008–09 - Adam Sarota
2009–10 - Kenneth Dougall & Matt Acton
2010–11 - James Donachie
2011–12 - James Donachie
2012–13 - Ross Archibald
2013–14 - Brandon Borrello
2014–15 - Shelford Dais

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Roar confirm entry into NPL Queensland". Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "Young Roar squad announced". Brisbane Roar. 4 November 2016. 

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