On Saturday afternoon, not only will you get a first look at our new Umbro kits for the upcoming 2019/20 campaign, you’ll also get to see us PLAY in it for the first time!
We'll be holding a training match as part of our 2019/20 Kit Reveal this Saturday at Logan Metro Sports Park (4pm kick-off) & we want YOU to choose who leads the sides out on to the park.
We've selected four of our exciting off-season recruits to choose from, as well as four of some of our Hyundai A-League superstars going round again down under.
It's simple, make your choice on the two captains you would like to see go head-to-head this Saturday! Take a look below at the list of candidates!
A colossus at the back, good in the air and strong in the tackle - Aldred shapes as a crucial component of Robbie Fowler’s Brisbane Roar side.
The towering defender who represented Scotland at U-19 level arrives at the Roar following over ten years in UK at the likes of Blackpool, Motherwell and Watford.
One the Hyundai A-League’s most feared marksmen, O’Donovan has scored an impressive 39 goals across 80 appearances at the Mariners and Jets.
The Roar’s new number nine already has five goals to his name from pre-season and FFA Cup action as he gears up for his fifth Hyundai A-League campaign.
A ball winner with an eye for goal, the Australian U-23 international looks to have a big future ahead of him.
The midfielder has English Premier League minutes with Burnley FC from whom he joins the Roar on loan for the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season.
The 30-year-old defender arrives at the Roar after winning the Premiership with Perth Glory last season.
Able to operate centrally or as a fullback, Neville has 198 Hyundai A-League appearances to his name with Perth Glory, Newcastle Jets and Western Sydney Wanderers.
The livewire attacker burst onto the scene in 2018/19, bagging five goals in his maiden Hyundai A-League campaign
A local lad who arrived at the Roar after a string of classy performances in the NPL Queensland, Wenzel-Halls has cemented himself as a favourite amongst Roar fans.
Equally adept in the heart of midfield or defence, the ever-reliable Jacob Pepper has become a mainstay of the Roar squad.
Entering his tenth season in the Hyundai A-League, the 27-year-old has built a reputation for his tough tackling and composure on the ball.
The captain of our Foxtel Y-League winning side, Reardon made his Hyundai A-League break though during the 2018/19 campaign appearing four times.
The 20-year-old BRFC Academy product who is good with his feet and powerful in the air will be aiming for a big season in orange.
The third longest serving member of the current Brisbane Roar squad, Bowles has amassed over 100 Hyundai A-League appearances.
A proud Queenslander, who originally joined the Club as a teenager, is going around his ninth Hyundai A-League pre-season.