Brisbane Broncos




Sam Thaiday


6 (1992,1993,1997(SL),1998,2000,2006)

Minor Premierships

4 (1992, 1997, 1998, 2000)

Most capped

355 - Darren Lockyer

Most points

1,195 - Darren Lockyer


Suncorp Stadium (formely known as Lang Park)

The Brisbane Broncos are an Australian professional rugby league club based in the city of Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland. Founded in 1988, the Broncos play in Australasia's elite competition, the NRL premiership. They have won six premierships and two World Club Challenges. The Broncos have achieved four minor premierships during their 22 years in competition, making them the League's most successful club over the past two decades. Brisbane have never been defeated in a grand final, and between 1991 and 2009, never failed to qualify for the finals. In 2010, Brisbane finished 10th in the NRL premiership, failing to make the semi finals for the first time in 19 years.


The club was founded in 1988 as part of the Winfield Cup's national expansion, becoming, along with the Gold Coast-Tweed Giants, one of Queensland's first two participants in the NSWRFL. The Broncos later became a dominant force in the competition before playing a significant role in the Super League War of the mid-1990s, then continuing to compete successfully in the reunified National Rugby League competition. The Broncos are based in the Brisbane suburb of Red Hill where their training ground and Leagues club are located, but they play their home games at Milton's Suncorp Stadium.


The Brisbane Broncos home stadium is Suncorp Stadium, also known as Lang Park.


1988-89 Wally Lewis

1990-91 Gene Miles

1992-99 Allan 'Alfie' Langer

2000 Kevin Walters

2001-04 Gordon Tallis

2005-11 Darren Lockyer

2012- Sam Thaiday

2012 PlayersEdit

The players are


The Broncos home Stadium is Suncorp Stadium,known also as Lang Park. The Capacity is 52,500. 30,746 is the club record

Between 1993 to 2003 the Broncos home Stadium was QSAC (Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre), formely known as more commonly known by its former names ANZ Stadium or QE II.

49,000 is the capacity.

Jerseys & LogosEdit

  • The Broncos have used many jerseys.
  • The Broncos only changed thier logo once.