Roar players visit local sign-on days

Junior football clubs across the city were treated to visits from Brisbane Roar’s footballers as sign-on for the upcoming local season took place over the weekend.

Junior football clubs across the city were treated to visits from Brisbane Roar-s footballers as sign-on for the upcoming local season took place over the weekend.

Players from Brisbane Roar-s Hyundai A-League, Westfield W-League and National Youth League squads visited over 50 football clubs on Saturday and Sunday, proud to be doing their role in promoting the sport at grassroots level.

The Roar players took time out to sign autographs for the junior footballers, with some players also organising small drills to give the kids an opportunity to show off their football skills prior to the start of their season.

Brisbane-s Hyundai A-League squad were in attendance at the clubs just hours after their 2-1 victory over Melbourne Heart at Skilled Park, a result that broke the Australian club football record of 23 games without defeat and inched the club even closer to a first ever Hyundai A-League premiership.

Brisbane Roar will endeavour to visit the clubs that missed out on player visits as early as possible during the upcoming local season.

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