Club Records 1988-2020
Colours: Maroon, gold, white and blue
Year entered premiership: 1988
First match: March 6, 1988, won 44-10 v Manly, Lang Park
First team: Colin Scott; Joe Kilroy, Chris Johns, Gene Miles, Michael Hancock; Wally Lewis (c), Allan Langer; Terry Matterson, Brett Le Man, Keith Gee, Greg Dowling, Greg Conescu, Bryan Niebling. Replacements: Mark Hohn for Le Man, Billy Noke for Niebling, Craig Grauf for Noke. Coach: Wayne Bennett.
First try: Brett Le Man (v Manly, Lang Park, March 6, 1988)
Full premiership record: Played 828, won 497, lost 317, drawn 14, byes 35, for 18,782 (3,320 tries, 2,720 goals, 62 field goals), against 14,860 (2,554 tries, 2,281 goals, 82 field goals), points 1,018. Winning percentage: 60.0%.
Home grounds: Suncorp Stadium (1988-92, 2003-20), ANZ Stadium (1993-2002). Note: Suncorp Stadium was known as Lang Park until 1994.
Home ground attendance record: 58,912, Brisbane v Cronulla, ANZ Stadium, September 20, 1997 (Super League grand final). 51,826, Brisbane v Sydney Roosters, Suncorp Stadium, September 25, 2015. Note: 52,347 attended a double-header at Suncorp Stadium, May 14, 2016 (Broncos v Sea Eagles and Storm v Cowboys).
Average home crowds 2020: n/a (due to COVID-19 restrictions, spectators were prevented from attending matches until Round 7, when limits were imposed on attendances which remained until the end of the season)
Record average home crowds: 43,197 in 1993
Major sponsors: Power Brewing (1988-93), Traveland (1994-96), Ansett Australia (1997-98), 131 Shop (1999-2000), Ergon Energy (2000-2007), WOW Sight and Sound (2008-10), NRMA (2011-19), KIA Motors (2020)
First grade (6): 1992, 1993, 1997*, 1998, 2000, 2006
Runners-up (1): 2015
Minor premierships (4): 1992, 1997*, 1998, 2000
World Club Challenge (2): 1992, 1997
Panasonic Cup (1): 1989
Lotto Challenge (1): 1991
Tooheys Challenge (1): 1995
Reserve Grade (1): 1990
Club championship (2): 1992, 1996
- 71-6 v Newcastle, Suncorp Stadium, May 27, 2007 (also highest score)
- 58-4 v North Queensland, ANZ Stadium, April 12, 1998
- 60-6 v Norths, ANZ Stadium, April 26, 1998
- 54-0 v Gold Coast, Cbus Super Stadium, August 5, 2017
- 53-0 v Newcastle, Suncorp Stadium, April 16, 2016
Most consecutive wins: 12, July 6, 1997 to April 12, 1998
Biggest comeback: Recovered from 18-point deficit to win. Trailed Canberra 18-0 after 43 minutes at Suncorp Stadium on April 29, 2006 and won 30-28
- 59-0 v Sydney Roosters, Suncorp Stadium, June 4, 2020
- 58-0 v Parramatta, Bankwest Stadium, September 15, 2019
- 56-0 v Canberra, Canberra Stadium, August 1, 2009
- 48-0 v Wests Tigers, Leichhardt Oval, July 17, 2020
- 50-4 v Melbourne, Olympic Park, April 2, 2005
- 68-22 v Parramatta, Parramatta Stadium, September 2, 2007 (also highest score)
58-12 v Sydney Roosters, Sydney Cricket Ground, August 28, 2020
44-0 v Newcastle, Marathon Stadium, July 6, 2001
48-4 v Melbourne, Olympic Park, June 5, 2009
Most consecutive losses: 11, July 17, 2020 to September 24, 2020
Worst collapse: Surrendered 22-point lead. Led Cronulla 22-0 after 53 minutes at Suncorp Stadium on June 27, 2014 and lost 24-22
First grade coaches: Peter Gentle (2020), Anthony Seibold (2019-20), Wayne Bennett (1988-2008, 2015-18), Ivan Henjak (2009-10), Anthony Griffin (2011-14)
Intrust Super Cup 2020 (Competition abandoned after round due to COVID-19): Norths Devils – Coach: Rohan Smith. Redcliffe Dolphins – Coach: Adam Mogg. Souths-Logan – Coach: Jon Buchanan. Wynnum Manly Seagulls – Coach: Adam Brideson.
Australia (44): Sam Backo, Shaun Berrigan, Darius Boyd, Dane Carlaw, Willie Carne, Tonie Carroll, Petero Civoniceva, Greg Conescu, Tony Currie, Michael De Vere, Israel Folau, Andrew Gee, Matt Gillett, Payne Haas, Michael Hancock, Ben Hannant, Paul Hauff, Justin Hodges, Mark Hohn, Ben Hunt, Karmichael Hunt, Peter Jackson, Chris Johns, Allan Langer, Glenn Lazarus, Wally Lewis, Darren Lockyer, Josh McGuire, Brad Meyers, Gene Miles, Corey Parker, Steve Renouf, Wendell Sailor, Dale Shearer, Darren Smith, Gorden Tallis, Brent Tate, Sam Thaiday, Brad Thorn, Lote Tuqiri, Kerrod Walters, Kevin Walters, Shane Webcke, Jharal Yow Yeh
New Zealand (11): Gerard Beale, Adam Blair, Tonie Carroll, Greg Eastwood, Alex Glenn, Josh Hoffman, Jamayne Isaako, Jordan Kahu, Kodi Nikorima, Richard Swain, Tame Tupou
England (2): Harvey Howard, Jack Reed
Test captains (4): Wally Lewis (1988-89), Allan Langer (1998), Gorden Tallis (2002), Darren Lockyer (2003-11)
World Cup captains (3): Wally Lewis (1988-89), Gorden Tallis (2000), Darren Lockyer (2008)
Record Test representation: 9 players v New Zealand, Octobert 19, 1998. (Darren Lockyer, Steve Renouf, Darren Smith, Wendell Sailor, Kevin Walters, Allan Langer, Shane Webcke, Gorden Tallis, Brad Thorn).
State of Origin
New South Wales (8): Michael De Vere, Payne Haas, Chris Johns, Glenn Lazarus, Terry Matterson, Luke Priddis, James Roberts, Peter Wallace
Queensland (59): Gavin Allen, Sam Backo, Shaun Berrigan, Darius Boyd, Alan Cann, Dane Carlaw, Willie Carne, Tonie Carroll, Petero Civoniceva, Xavier Coates, Greg Conescu, Tony Currie, David Fifita, Israel Folau, Andrew Gee, Matt Gillett, Trevor Gillmeister, Michael Hancock, Ben Hannant, Paul Hauff, Justin Hodges, Mark Hohn, Ben Hunt, Karmichael Hunt, Ben Ikin, Peter Jackson, Joe Kilroy, Allan Langer, Wally Lewis, Darren Lockyer, PJ Marsh, Andrew McCullough, Casey McGuire, Josh McGuire, Brad Meyers, Gene Miles, Anthony Milford, Corey Oates, Joe Ofahengaue, Julian O’Neill, Corey Parker, Steve Renouf, Peter Ryan, Wendell Sailor, Dale Shearer, Darren Smith, David Stagg, Gorden Tallis, Brent Tate, Ben Te’o, Sam Thaiday, Brad Thorn, Lote Tuqiri, Chris Walker, Kevin Walters, Kerrod Walters, Carl Webb, Shane Webcke, Jharal Yow Yeh
Record State of Origin representation: 11 players, 2001 (Game 1): Lockyer, Tuqiri, Sailor, Webcke, Tallis, Civoniceva, Meyers, Walker, Webb (Queensland), De Vere, Priddis (New South Wales). 11 players, 2002 (Game 1): Lockyer, Tuqiri, Berrigan, Langer, Webcke, Tallis, Civoniceva, Carlaw, Walker, Webb, Gee (Queensland).
11 players, 2002 (Game 3): Lockyer, Tuqiri, Walker, Berrigan, Langer, Webcke, Civoniceva, Tallis, Carlaw, Gee, Tate (Queensland). 11 players, 2003 (Game 1): Lockyer, Tate, Ikin, Berrigan, Webcke, Tallis, Civoniceva, Carlaw, Carroll, Gee (Queensland), De Vere (New South Wales). 11 players, 2003 (Game 2): Lockyer, Tate, Carroll, Ikin, Berrigan, Webcke, Tallis, Civoniceva, Carlaw, Gee (Queensland), De Vere (New South Wales).
* Denotes Super League
Rothmans Medal winners (1): Allan Langer (1992)
Dally M winners (1): Allan Langer (1996)
Clive Churchill Medal winners (4): Allan Langer (1992), Gorden Tallis (1998), Darren Lockyer (2000), Shaun Berrigan (2006)
Oldest Player: Darren Smith 36 and 284 days in 2005
Youngest Player: Karmichael Hunt, 17 and 118 days in 2004
Last updated 8/12/2020