Brisbane City U23 are an Australian football club located in Queensland that compete in the National Premier Leagues Queensland U23 competition.
Frank Farina leads this popular club as player-coach. Their home Grand Final in 2021 attracted an estimated capacity crowd of 40,446 spectators.
The team‘s away form has been poor; they have won zero games and lost none so far this season.
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What is Brisbane U23?
– Australia’s under-23 football team serves as an extension of Australia’s senior international side and represents it at international tournaments. Established in 1967, this squad first competed against New Caledonia and New Zealand before later moving into triangular competition.
Brisbane City FC Youth team have played 12 matches this season in Queensland’s NPL Youth League. While winning 2 and drawing 8, their goal total stands at 26 with 38 goals conceded.
Albert Bishop Park 2 serves as their home ground, and they have won three out of their last five home matches while losing one – making their overall performance this season Poor.
Who are the players?
Brisbane Olympic’s U23 squad consists of talented young players hoping to join the senior squad some day. Coaches with experience are dedicated to helping these talented individuals realize their full potential and reach their fullest potential.
Our squad participates in the National Premier Leagues Queensland Youth, providing players with an invaluable chance to develop their skills and gain experience before moving up to senior team status. It boasts plenty of promise, supported by an enthusiastic fan base.
Oddspedia provides a comprehensive selection of Football betting markets for every major match that Brisbane Olympic U23 are scheduled to play this season, such as 1×2, Over/Under, Asian Handicap and Halftime/Fulltime betting lines provided by top bookmakers that you can compare side-by-side to find the ideal bet lines. In addition, access a wealth of statistics for these matches such as goal scorers and match histories as well as goal scorers/match histories from Brisbane Olympic U23 matches scheduled.
Where are they training?
Perry Park has been certified as Queensland’s highest standard football venue by Football Federation Australia. Players are invited to participate by recommendation from their club Technical Directors or FFA State Coaches; with this team designed to fast track development of talented young Brisbane region players looking forward to joining our NPL Queensland U23/ Senior Squad squad in future seasons.
Miron Bleiberg is currently managing this team that boasts an illustrious past in Serie A. In 2023/24 they finished runners-up in the A-League and reached quarter finals of Asian Champions League only to lose against Philippine Ceres-Negros FC 2-1. Now in third position on A-League table.
What are their goals?
Brisbane U23 are part of Brisbane Olympic FC and compete in the Queensland National Premier League Youth League. Their aim is to develop players and prepare them for playing professionally either here in Australia or overseas; with a passionate fan base that enjoys all their matches creating an engaging and energetic atmosphere at each one.
Brisbane City U23 have played in 11 matches this season in the Queensland NPL Youth League and have recorded a ratio of 91% Over 2.5 goals across their home and away games – calculated by dividing total goals scored by total matches played. Below is the table that displays results of their games; to view future fixtures for this team click “Match schedule”.