List of Brisbane Roar FC records and statistics

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The Brisbane Roar FC records and statistics are the records and statistics picked up in competitive football (soccer) matches played by Brisbane Roar FC. The records and statistics are defined by matches played in the Hyundai A-League, Hyundai A-League Finals Series and Asian Champions League matches. Pre season friendlies and other 'one off' matches are not included. Translink Cup are given under honors but are not considered competitive matches due to be a friendly pre season match with a foreign club.

Honours[edit]

Men's[edit]

Club[edit]

Individual[edit]

Women's[edit]

Club[edit]

Individual[edit]

(**) Denotes tie for award with another player

Youth[edit]

Club[edit]

Individual[edit]

Player records[edit]

Records[edit]

Correct as of 22 November 2016. Only A-League, Finals Series, Asian Champions League and FFA Cup matches are counted.
Games:

  • Matt McKay has played the most games for the Roar in the A-League Regular Season, with 191
  • Matt McKay has played the most games for the Roar in the A-League (including Finals Series), with 205
  • Matt McKay has played the most games for the Roar in all competitions, with 227

Age:

Goals:

Hattricks[edit]

Correct as of 19 August 2014

Most appearances[edit]

Correct as of 19 November 2015
Competitive, professional matches only. Appearances as a substitute counted as an appearance. Players in bold still play for the club.

Name Years HAL FIN ACL FFA Total Goals
1 Australia Matt McKay 2005–2011 | 2013– 165 12 6 1 184 21
2 Australia Massimo Murdocca 2005–2013 148 14 5 - 167 3
3 Germany Thomas Broich 2010– 122 11 12 3 148 18
4 Australia Michael Theo 2010– 114 10 8 1 133 0
5 Australia Mitch Nichols 2007–2013 113 12 6 - 131 25
6 Australia Shane Stefanutto 2010– 104 10 9 2 125 1
7 Australia Ivan Franjic 2009–2014 105 10 7 - 122 11
8 Brazil Henrique 2009– 103 10 6 2 121 33
7 Australia Matt Smith 2010–2014 105 8 5 1 119 6
10 Australia Luke Brattan 2009–2015 83 8 12 2 105 4

Most goals[edit]

Correct as of 19 August 2014
Competitive, professional matches only. Appearances including substitutes appear in brackets. Players in bold still play for the club.
Goals per game ratio/percentage is rounded to two decimal places

Name Years HAL FIN ACL FFA Total Games Goal / game
1 Albania Besart Berisha 2011–2014 44 4 2 - 50 83 0.60
3 Brazil Henrique 2009– 33 5 - 1 39 134 0.29
=3 Indonesia Sergio van Dijk 2008–2010 24 1 - - 25 50 0.50
=3 Australia Mitch Nichols 2007– 21 3 1 - 25 131 0.19
5 Brazil Reinaldo 2006–2010 21 3 - - 24 92 0.26
6 Australia Matt McKay 2005–2011 | 2013 20 3 - - 23 199 0.12
2 Australia Jamie Maclaren 2015-16 20 2 - - 40 52 0.80
8 Germany Thomas Broich 2010– 13 2 1 - 16 118 0.14
=9 Costa Rica Jean Carlos Solórzano 2010–2011 | 2014– 11 0 - 1 12 31 0.39
=9 New Zealand Kosta Barbarouses 2010–2011 11 1 - - 12 33 0.36
11 Australia Ivan Franjic 2009–2014 10 1 - - 11 122 0.09
12 Australia Erik Paartalu 2010–2013 8 2 - - 10 85 0.12
=13 Australia Alex Brosque 2005–2006 8 - - - 8 21 0.38
=13 Scotland Charlie Miller 2008–2010 8 - - - 8 30 0.27
=15 Australia Michael Baird 2005–2006 6 - - - 6 20 0.30
=15 Australia James Meyer 2010–2013 6 - - - 6 28 0.21
=15 Australia Matt Smith 2010– 5 - - 1 6 109 0.06

Managerial records[edit]

For information and statistics on Brisbane Roar's complete managerial records, see Brisbane Roar FC managers

Club records[edit]

For a list of seasons for the Brisbane Roar FC, see Brisbane Roar FC seasons

Domestic[edit]

A-League[edit]

Attendances[edit]
Home attendances by season[edit]

Does not include Finals Series. Rankings are based on season average. Seasons in bold are seasons played in finals series. H&A Fin is the table position at the end of the regular season

Season Pld High Low Average Total HAL Rank H&A Fin.
2014-15 13 17,131 6,813 11,660 151,586 6th 6th
2013–14 14 21,841 10,101 14,957 209,394 3rd 1st
2012–13 13 22,970 9,282 13,417 174,415 3rd 5th
2011–12 13 19,339 9,293 13,387 174,033 2nd 2nd
2010–11 15 20,831 3,522 9,279 139,182 3rd 1st
2009–10 14 19,902 5,801 8,652 121,123 6th 9th
2008–09 10 19,111 9,118 12,995 129,947 2nd 3rd
2007–08 11 31,933 8,815 16,951 186,456 2nd 4th
2006–07 10 32,371 10,040 16,365 164,653 2nd 5th
2005–06 11 23,142 8,607 14,785 162,636 2nd 6th
Top 10 Highest Attendances[edit]

Correct as of 4 May 2014
Includes Finals Series. Seasons in bold are seasons played in finals series

Round Date Season Opponent Attendance
GF 4 May 2014 2013–14 Western Sydney Wanderers FC 51,153
GF 22 April 2012 2011–12 Perth Glory FC 50,334
GF 13 March 2011 2010–11 Central Coast Mariners FC 50,168
Minor SF (L2) 8 February 2008 2007–08 Sydney FC 36,221
21 20 January 2007 2006–07 Sydney FC 32,371
20 13 January 2008 2007–08 Sydney FC 31,933
Major SF (L2) 26 February 2011 2010–11 Central Coast Mariners FC 25,168
Minor SF (L2) 13 February 2009 2008–09 Central Coast Mariners FC 23,705
5 23 September 2005 2005–06 Sydney FC 23,142
7 16 November 2012 2012–13 Sydney FC 22,970
Season by season ladder positions & results[edit]

* Numbers in brackets indicate finals matches and goals. Seasons in bold are ones that Finals were played in.
Stats correct as of 4 May 2014

Season Played Won Lost Drawn For Against Teams in competition Home and Away Finish Overall Finish
2015–16 27 (1) 14 (1) 7 (1) 6 (0) 10 3rd 3rd
2014–15 27 (1) 10 (0) 13 (1) 4 (0) 10 6th 6th
2013–14 27 (2) 16 (2) 7 (0) 4 (0) 43 (3) 25 (1) 10 1st 1st
2012–13 27 (2) 10 (1) 12 (1) 5 (0) 33 (2) 29 (3) 10 5th 3rd
2011–12 27 (3) 14 (3) 6 (0) 7 (0) 50 (7) 28 (3) 10 2nd 1st
2010–11 30 (3) 18 (1) 1 (0) 11 (2) 58 (6) 26 (4) 11 1st 1st
2009–10 27 8 13 6 32 42 10 9th 9th
2008–09 21 (3) 10 (2) 5 (1) 6 (0) 36 (4) 25 (2) 8 3rd 3rd
2007–08 21 (3) 8 (1) 6 (1) 7 (1) 25 (4) 21 (3) 8 4th 3rd
2006–07 21 8 8 5 25 27 8 5th 5th
2005–06 21 7 7 7 27 22 8 6th 6th
Total ' ' ' ' ' ' N/A Best: 1st Best: 1st
Goalscorers by season[edit]

Correct as of 4 May 2014
Players in bold scored in Finals Series of that season.

Head to Head: A-League[edit]

Stats correct as of 4 May 2014
Only Hyundai A League & Finals Series matches are counted. Points include finals series. Translink Cup, the defunct A-League Pre Season Cup and other matches do not apply.
Teams in Bold are still competitive. Teams in Italic are defunct

Win% is rounded to two decimal places. Where matches are decided by Penalty shoot-out, the result of match is deemed to be a draw.

Opponent Games Won Lost Drawn Goals + Goals Goal +/ Points Pts/game Win % Notes
AdelaideUnitedColours.png Adelaide United 29 11 10 8 34 27 +7 39 1.34 37.93
CentralCoastColours 2.png Central Coast Mariners 34 17 7 10 59 44 +15 60 1.76 50.00 [1]
GoldCoastColours.png Gold Coast United 9 3 4 2 13 13 0 11 1.22 33.33
MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 0.00 00.00 [2]
MelbourneHeartColours.png Melbourne Heart 12 6 4 2 21 15 +6 20 1.67 50.00 [2]
MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory 28 11 11 6 39 37 +2 39 1.39 39.29
NewcastleJetsColours.png Newcastle Jets 28 9 12 7 29 30 −1 34 1.21 32.14
NewZealandKnightsColours.svg New Zealand Knights 6 3 2 1 11 5 +6 10 1.67 50.00
NorthQueenslandColours.png North Queensland Fury 6 3 0 3 9 4 +5 12 2.00 50.00
PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory 28 17 5 6 55 29 +26 57 2.04 60.71
SYDicon.png Sydney FC 29 13 7 9 40 28 +12 48 1.66 44.83
WellingtonPhoenixColours.png Wellington Phoenix 21 14 2 5 38 19 +19 47 2.24 66.67
SydneyWanderersColours.png Western Sydney Wanderers 8 2 4 2 8 10 −2 8 1.00 25.00
Total 238 109 68 61 355 261 +94 385 1.62 45.80
  • [1]The 2010–11 A-League Finals Series was won 4–2 on penalties, though the win is counted as a draw due to the result coming from a penalty shootout. The result of that game has been recorded as a draw on the table
  • [2]At the end of the 2013–14 A-League season, Melbourne Heart were renamed Melbourne City after Manchester City owners bought 80% of the club, in turn changing their club colours from Red and White to White, Navy and Sky Blue. Melbourne Heart's stats are those of before the name change.
Venues[edit]

Correct as of 4 May 2014
The first note next to Skilled Park denotes the club playing two (2) home fixtures at the venue due to the 2010–2011 Queensland floods. The results of those two combined matches are in brackets.
The second note next to Skilled Park denotes the club playing an away fixture at the venue against the North Queensland Fury due to Cyclone Yasi hitting Far North Queensland. The Roar would win that fixture 2–1[1]
The overall amount is in addition to games against Gold Coast United
Stadiums in Bold are still used by existing clubs. Stadiums in italic were used by now defunct teams or are no longer used by existing clubs

Win% is rounded to two decimal places. Where matches are decided by Penalty shoot-out, the result of match is deemed to be a draw.

Venue Games Won Lost Drawn Goals + Goals Goal +/ Points Pts/game Win % Notes
Suncorp Stadium 117 57 34 26 186 121 +65 197 1.68 48.72 [1]
AAMI Park 9 2 4 3 13 17 −5 9 1.00 22.22 [2]
Allianz Stadium 14 3 4 7 15 15 0 16 1.14 21.43
Bluetongue Stadium 16 10 2 4 33 19 +14 34 2.13 62.50
Dairy Farmers Stadium 3 1 0 2 4 2 +2 5 1.67 33.33
Etihad Stadium 7 1 4 2 9 12 −3 5 0.71 14.29
Forsyth Barr Stadium 1 0 1 0 0 2 −2 0 0.00 0.00
Hindmarsh Stadium 14 7 4 3 13 12 +1 24 1.71 50.00
Hunter Stadium 15 7 3 5 24 14 +10 26 1.73 46.67
NIB Stadium 13 8 2 3 24 12 +12 27 2.08 61.54
North Harbour Stadium 3 1 2 0 3 4 -1 3 1.00 33.33
Olympic Park 3 2 1 0 4 5 -1 6 2.00 66.67
Parramatta Stadium 4 0 2 2 2 5 −3 2 0.50 0.00
Patersons Stadium 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1 0 0.00 0.00
Skilled Park 7 (2) 4 (2) 2 (0) 1 (0) 9 (4) 9 (1) 0 (+3) 13 (6) 1.86 (3.00) 57.14 (100.00) [2][3]
Westpac Stadium 9 5 1 3 15 9 +6 18 2.00 55.56
Win Jubilee Oval 1 0 1 0 0 2 −2 0 0.00 0.00
Total 238 109 68 61 355 261 +94 385 1.62 45.80
  • [1]The 2010–11 A-League Finals Series was won 4–2 on penalties, though the win is counted as a draw due to the result coming from a penalty shootout. The result of that game has been recorded as a draw on the table
  • [2]AAMI Park is used as a home venue for both Melbourne City FC and Melbourne Victory FC.

FFA Cup[edit]

Head to Head: FFA Cup[edit]

Stats correct as of 19 August 2014

Opponent Games Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
AdelaideUnitedColours.png Adelaide United 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Western Australia Stirling Lions 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4
Total 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4
Venues[edit]

Correct as of 19 August 2014
All games are only in association with AFC Champions League games.

Venue Games Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
Hindmarsh Stadium 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
W.A. Athletics Stadium 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4
Total 1 1 0 0 4 0 +4

International[edit]

Asian Champions League[edit]

Head to Head: ACL[edit]

Stats correct as of 5 March 2015

Opponent Games Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
China Beijing Guoan 3 0 1 2 3 2 −1
Thailand Buriram United 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Japan FC Tokyo 2 0 2 0 2 6 −4
South Korea Ulsan Hyundai 2 0 1 1 2 3 −1
Japan Urawa Red Diamonds 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1
Total 9 1 4 4 7 12 -5
Venues[edit]

Correct as of 5 March 2015
All games are only in association with AFC Champions League games.

Venue Games Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
Suncorp Stadium 3 0 2 1 2 5 −3
National Olympic Stadium 1 0 1 0 2 4 −2
New I-Mobile Stadium 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
Robina Stadium 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1
Saitama Stadium 2002 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1
Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium 1 0 0 1 1 1 0
Workers Stadium 1 0 0 1 1 1 0
Total 9 1 4 4 7 12 -5

Friendlies[edit]

Stats correct as of 3 June 2015
All games were played at Suncorp Stadium

Opponent Games Won Lost Drawn Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
Scotland Celtic FC 1 0 1 0 0 3 −3
England Everton 1 0 1 0 1 2 −1
Brazil Palmeiras B 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2
South Africa Supersport United 1 1 0 0 4 1 +3
Spain Villarreal CF 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3
Total 5 3 2 0 11 7 +4

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