Brumbies - a brief rugby history

Colours: Jersey: White with Navy Blue & Gold trim Shorts: Navy Blue with Gold trim Socks: Navy Blue
Home Ground: GIO Stadium, Canberra
Chairman: Robert Kennedy
CEO: Michael Thomson

Website:      www.brumbies.com.au

View/Download Games Results 1996 - 2015 (PDF)            UPDATED

View/Download Overall Statistical Results 1996 - 2015 (PDF)           UPDATED

The most appearances is by George Smith (142).
The most points scored is by Stirling Mortlock (1,019).
The most tries scored is by Joe Roff (57).

The Brumbies were formed in 1996. They represent the Australian Rugby Regions of Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and Southern New South Wales (Sthn NSW).

In 2017 they play 7 home games against the Sharks, Western Force, Highlanders, Reds, Blues, Lions & Rebels. They will play 8 away games against the Crusaders, Waratahs, Rebels, Hurricanes, Kings, Jaguares, Reds & Chiefs.

The head coach is Stephen Larkham. The assistant coaches are Dan McKellar, Dan Palmer  & Peter Ryan.

Previous head coaches were: Laurie Fisher, Andrew Friend, Eddie Jones, Rod McQueen, David Nucifora, Tony Rea & Jake White.

In 21 years they have had 8 coaches & used 181 players.

The 2017 co-captains are Sam Carter & Christian Leali'ifano.

The squad is: Robbie Abel, Nigel Ah Wong, Allan Alaalatoa, Chris Alcock, Ben Alexander, Rory Arnold, Tom Banks, Jarrad Butler, Tomas Cubelli, Tom Cusack, James Dargaville, Blake Enever, Anthony Fainga'a, Saia Fainga'a, Lolo Fakaosilea, Scott Fardy, Kyle Godwin, Wharenui Hawera, Ben Hyne, Jordan Jackson-Hope, Nick Jooste, Tevita Kuridrani, Christian Leali'ifano, Leslie Leulua'iali'i-Makin, Ryan Lonergan, Josh Mann-Rea, Nic Mayhew, Joe Powell, Scott Sio, Faalelei Sione, Jordan Smiler, Andrew Smith, Henry Speight, Tom Staniforth, Lausii Taliauli, Aidan Toua, Rob Valetini.

They finished in 4th position at the end of the 2016 round-robin stages and lost a Semi Final.
They have finished in the top 6 of the round-robin stages of the Super competition 16 times out of 20 years.
Their worst finish was 13th out of 15 in 2011.
In the play-offs they have featured in 6 finals, winning twice in 2001 & 2004.

Their average finishing position is 6.10

They are 10th on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$18.00.
On Centre Bet (Aus) they are picked 10th @ A$15.00.