Brisbane support football festival

Brisbane Roar’s commitment to strengthen links with the local football community shows no signs of slowing down with the club continuing its support for grass-roots campaigns in South East Queensland.

Brisbane Roar-s commitment to strengthen links with the local football community shows no signs of slowing down with the club continuing its support for grass-roots campaigns in South East Queensland.

Checking out the best ambulant footballers in the state, club mascot Roary attended the Multi Disability Queensland Football State Championships (Festival of Football).

A strong advocate for the Festival of Football, the Roar colours were proudly worn into action by the Queensland Paralympic Football squad after the Roar had donated its training kit to the football side earlier this year.

Increasing the popularity of the Festival of Football, teams from across the state converged on the Westside Sports Club, Groverly, in search of fun, victory and glory.

And where there is football and fun, there is Roary.

The loveable lion greeted fans, posed for pictures and even strapped on the boots for a special match pitting players against parents/volunteers.

And the fun didn-t stop in Grovely, with the Roar-s young brigade Luke DeVere, Luke Brattan and Andrew Redmayne presenting the Beaudesert Behaviour Advisory Team with a brand new Xbox console.

Behaviour Advisory teacher Ros Woodard was on hand to accept the donation and said the console would come in handy for the new Alternate School being setup in Beaudesert.

The new school will provide an alternate education setting for students who are displaying challenging behavioural patterns.