Brisbane Roar FC Tryouts

Brisbane Roar Football Club is an Australian professional soccer club based in Brisbane, Queensland and has won the domestic title on three occasions, as well as holding the longest unbeaten record of 36 league matches without defeat.

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In partnership with Football Queensland, Brisbane Roar Academy is committed to providing a tangible pathway for Queensland’s brightest young football talents from juniors, right the way through to the A-League & Westfield W-League.

The Academy boasts a wide array of programs and is overseen by experienced & highly accredited coaches. Our programs are aimed to help the next generation of Brisbane Roar stars reach their full potential both on and off the football pitch.


Academy Talent ID Days are the starting point of our Talent Identification process in the community space. These days are designed specifically for the U11 & U12 age brackets. These days are an opportunity for community players to be identified by BRFC Academy Coaches and to be involved in the 2022 Academy U13 boys squad.

Talent ID days are inclusive to both girls and boys. Girls who attend will be identified in partnership with Football Queensland as part of the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS).

Academy Talent ID Days are inclusive of the following:

Identification of the current U11 (2010 born) & U12 (2009 born) Talent ID Camps as part of a selection process for the 2022 U13 Academy squad

Sessions are delivered by BRFC Academy Coaches

Get the kids active these holidays and register for a Talent ID Camp near you!

Select a camp by clicking here to register.


BRFC Academy is proud to be partnered with several Community and Charity partner’s to host our very special Football Open Days.

BRFC Academy hosts Open Days in key areas right across Queensland and Northern NSW to bring players in and experience what it takes to play football The Brisbane Roar Way.

Open Days are inclusive of the following:
– Shooting Mastery Training
– Soccer Genius Australia Measurements
– Teqball Tournament
– Academy Skills Training Session with an Academy Coach
[*Please note not all open days will include all of the above]

Register for an Event near you by clicking here, and join in on the fun!


The Academy Skills Training Centres (STC) is a Community-based program for all kids aged 8 -12 who wish to improve themselves as players (boys and girls). 

Designed to enable players with complimented training, adding to what they’re already doing in their local club environment the STCs look to further develop motor skills, enhance personal development and develop knowledge of football.

Designed to enable players with complimented training, adding to what they’re already doing in their local club environment the STCs look to further develop motor skills, enhance personal development and develop knowledge of football.

Each centre is complimented with Soccer Genius Australia measurements.

Intake’s open each school term. With STC Hubs located right across Queensland and Northern NSW, find a hub near you and register your child for the next school term intake.

Term 3 registrations are NOW Open. See Hub locations by clicking here.


The Girls-Only Skills Centre is the starting point for our Talent ID, in partnership with Football Queensland QAS. The program aims to lead players all the way from U8 – U12, and into the QAS and later into the Brisbane Roar Westfield W-League squad.

This program is designed not only to identify and develop talent, but to encourage girls playing the game to have fun and develop a knowledge of the game. The program furthermore seeks to develop the four core skills of football through an environment that is female-specific. Click here for more information.


Brisbane Roar Academy is delighted to announce a partnership with Pimpama School, Ambrose Treacy College and Townsville Grammar School.

The partnership will see support and identification of current and potential BRFC Academy players as well as assistance from our Academy Coaches to the school’s Football Program. Click here to learn more.


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The club was founded in 1957 as Hollandia-Inala by Dutch immigrants. It later changed its name to “Brisbane Lions” and then transitioned into “Queensland Roar,” playing under that name from the inaugural season of the Australian Football League (A-League) in 2005–06 until the 2008–09 season, when it finally became known as “The Brisbane Roar.” Since it has been a member of the A-League, the club has been victorious in two Premierships, three Championships, and five AFC Champions League events.

In addition, the team has won three Championships. The record for the longest unbeaten run at the top level of any Australian football code now belongs to the Brisbane Roar, who went through a stretch of 36 league matches without suffering a loss. The Brisbane Roar are the only team in the history of the Hyundai A-League to have never lost a Hyundai A-League Grand Final and are the first and only club to win back-to-back Hyundai A-League Championships.

The club’s first team trains at Logan Heritage Park, which also serves as the headquarters for the club’s administrative personnel. The club’s home matches are played at Suncorp Stadium, a multi-use arena in Milton that has a capacity of 52,500 seats.

The club relocated its Playing and Administration Headquarters to a purpose built, $9 million Center-of-Excellence in Logan in March of 2018. The new CoE hosts training, sports science, and medical facilities for the A League team, the W-League team, and over 16 youth development teams. The new CoE also hosts the club’s administration staff as well. Both the men’s and women’s teams compete in their respective leagues.

The men’s team plays in the National Youth League, and the women play in the W-League. Beginning in 2014, the youth teams will also compete in the NPL Queensland in order to ensure that they have adequate opportunities to play matches and continue to improve their skills. While the women’s team participates in the senior women’s NPLQ level, the youth squad competes in the senior men’s NPLQ division. The majority of the young matches are held at the Roar’s CoE, while the women’s matches are held all across the city of Brisbane, including Heritage Park, Goodwin Park, QSAC, A.J. Kelly Park, Perry Park, and even Suncorp Stadium on occasion.