Brisbane Roar FC W-League

Brisbane Roar FC W-League

The Brisbane Roar FC W-League team, also known as the Brisbane Roar Women, represents the Brisbane Roar in the Australian Women's National football (soccer) League, the W-League.

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2008 Australian Football Code Crowds - Attendances By Match - Regular Season
6.14.50 MCG AFL 1 40,417 West Coast 14.8.92 Brisbane 11.10.76 Subiaco AFL 1 40,053 Essendon 24.11.155 Brisbane 18.10.118 Telstra Dome AFL 15 39,816 North Melbourne 13.8.8 ... Essendon 7.10.52 ANZ Stadium AFL 8 34,610 Melbourne 5.11.41 Geelong 24.13.157 MCG AFL 19 34,327 Brisbane 16.13.109 Carlton 18.7.115 The Gabba AFL 21 34,239 Fremantle 13.13.91 Essendon 14.11.95 Subiaco AFL 14 34,23 ... Melbourne 10.8.68 Subiaco AFL 16 31,564 Melbourne Victory 0 Sydney FC 2 Telstra Dome A-league 9 31,250 Broncos 48 Panthers 12 Suncorp Stadium NRL 1 30,019 Hawthorn 19.16.130 ...
Brisbane Roar FC W-League - Records
... See also Brisbane Roar FC records and statistics Biggest Victory 6-0 vs Perth Glory, 31 October 2009 6-0 vs Newcastle Jets, 5 December 2009 Biggest Defeat 4-2 vs Sydney FC, 6 November 2010 Highest Scoring Game 5-3 ...

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