Roar's ONE GOAL program starts brightly

In the one month since the ONE GOAL program was launched, Brisbane Roar has been overwhelmed by the support shown by the local football community.

In the one month since the ONE GOAL program was launched, Brisbane Roar has been overwhelmed by the support shown by the local football community.

63 football organisations have signed up to the program, including clubs from both Football Brisbane and Queensland Christian Soccer Association, local schools and the Futsal and Commercial leagues, spanning from the Sunshine Coast to the Gold Coast and all the way out to Toowoomba.

The Clubhouse, the designated area at Suncorp Stadium for ONE GOAL clubs, is selling at a rapid pace with the ONE GOAL member clubs and organisations also contributing to Brisbane Roar-s season membership tally.

Local clubs Albany Creek Excelsior, Oxley United and Toowong FC are leading the way in the program, well on their way to achieving each of their club-s ONE GOAL, which include hosting a Brisbane Roar pre-season fixture in 2013, coaching clinics and player appearances.

ONE GOAL Senior Account Manager Brendon Boss has been active in the local community, visiting a plenty of ONE GOAL clubs with the Hyundai A-League Championship trophy, Roary and Roar players during Brisbane Premier League and Division 1 fixtures.

“We-ve been really pleased with the response from the local football community about the ONE GOAL program,” said Boss, who has been to Brisbane City, Eastern Suburbs, Queensland Lions, Redlands United, Albany Creek Excelsior, North Star and Capalaba Bulldogs in recent weeks.

“We can already feel the relationship between Brisbane Roar and the local football clubs and organisations strengthening and we-re very happy to be rewarding them for supporting us.

“Some of the players have been out with me to see ONE GOAL clubs and show their support for the program which has been great to see as well.”