Defender Clare Polkinghorne
- Height 171cm
- Weight 67kg
- D.O.B. 1/2/89
Brisbane Roar captain Clare Polkinghorne has established herself as an institution for both club and country.
She debuted in the orange jersey in 2008 and has represented Australia on 92 occcasions as well, recently co-captaining the side at the 2016 Rio Games.
Polkinghorne’s trophy cabinet is already packed. She has won the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup with the national side and has two Westfield W-League Premierships and two Championships to her name with Brisbane.
Westfield W-League 2018/19
Roar Women Around the Globe
Another Yuki Nagasato goal was the highlight of what proved to be a busy week for our Roar Women around the globe. Starting in the US, Portland Thorns came from a goal down to defeat North Carolina Courage 2-1 on Monday morning to return to the top of the NWSL standings. Ha
Matildas World Cup squad confirmed
FourRoar Women stars from our Westfield W-League 2018/19 campaign have been selected in Ante Milicic?s 23-player squad to compete at the eighth FIFA Women?s World Cup in France next month. Clare Polkinghorne, Hayley Raso, Mackenzie Arnold & Katrina Gorry have all made the cut
Gallery: Our night of nights
Jamie Young & Clare Polkinghorne took home top honours at Sunday night's Brisbane Roar Gala night at The Lion Richlands. For the second season running, an outstanding season between the posts for Jamie Young earned him the Gary Wilkins Medal as Hyundai A-League Player of the S
Young & Polkinghorne take top honours at BRFC Gala Night
Jamie Young & Clare Polkinghorne have taken home the top honours at tonight?s 2019 Brisbane Roar Gala Night at The Lion Richlands. For the second season running, an outstanding season between the posts for Jamie Young earned him the Gary Wilkins Medal as Hyundai A-League Playe
Your guide to our Roar Women in the NWSL
A host of your favourite Roar Women stars are back in club action with the 2019 National Women?s Soccer League kicking off in the United States this weekend! Here?s your complete guide to where our Roar Women are playing in the NWSL this season. Our Japanese playmaker Yuki
Westfield Matildas Brisbane return extra special for Polkinghorne
The Westfield Matildas 4-1 win over Korea Republic at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday evening was extra special for Roar Women captain & long-serving defender Clare Polkinghorne. The BRFC icon marshalled the backline as goals from Sam Kerr, Lisa De Vanna and Emily Gielnik saw the We
Roar Women win seven-goal epic
Our Roar Women have stood proud in a seven-goal thriller against top-of-the-table Melbourne Victory. In what was a nail-biting match, the Roar edged the contest with three second-half goals earning a third win of the Westfield W-League season. Mel Andreatta said today was a
National team selection for Roar Women trio
Westfield Matildas Head Coach Alen Stajcic today named a 20-player squad which includes Roar Women trio Clare Polkinghorne, Mackenzie Arnold & Katrina Gorry for Australia?s two-match ?Seven Consulting International Series? against Chile later this month. After taking on France