Brisbane play in orange and maroon shirts, with maroon shorts. Queensland sporting sides traditionally play in the maroon shirts. Previous kits included blue shorts and maroon socks. Their current shirts features and orange and black colourway.
Brisbane Roar are an Australian football club which currently play in the A-League. They are the current Grand Final champions and this made it their second Grand Final title. This season saw the team go undefeated in the 28 games. This feat gained them an automatic spot in the AFC Champions League. This feat also holds the record for the longest unbeaten run at the top level of any Australian football code which stands at 36 league matches without defeat. They are also the first club to win back to back championships.
Australian A-League side Brisbane Roar have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season. Again supplied by British brand Umbro, the all new kits for Brisbane Roar feature the new Steadfast sponsor who are an Australian insurance broking network [...]
Australian A-League side Brisbane have officially signed a new sponsorship deal with Queensland based Giffiths University. The Roar will don the Griffiths University logo on the front of the their shirts when they play in the upcoming AFC Champions League [...]
A-League side Brisbane Roar have officially launched their new home kit which is supplied by new brand Umbro [...]
More shirt news from the Australian A-League as Brisbane Roar unveil their new Puma kits for the upcoming 2013/14 A-League season. The new home shirt is mainly orange with black side-panels [...]
The club were formed in 1957 by the Hollandia-Inala Soccer Club by Dutch immigrants. They adopted the name the Brisbane Lions in 1970 they competed in the National Soccer League from 1977 until 1988. They changed their name to the Queensland Lions in the 1990s. The club were named the Queensland Roar in 2005 and are now currently called the Brisbane Roar.
The club had a rivalry with now defunct side Gold Coast United and the Central Coast Mariners.