Reds - a brief rugby history
Colours: Jersey: Red with no collar Shorts: Red Socks: Red
Home Ground: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Chairman: Jeff Miller
CEO: Richard Barker
The Reds were formed in 1996. They represent the Australian State of Queensland.
The 2019 head coach is Brad Thorn. The assistant coaches are Jim McKay & Peter Ryan.
The 2019 squad is:
Forwards: Angus Blyth; Feao Fotuaika; Scott Higginbotham; Harry Hockings; Harry Hoopert; Adam Korezyk; Gavin Luka; Eli Ma'alu; Alex Mafi; Fraser McReight; Branden Paenga-Amosa; Izack Rodda; Lukhan Salakaia-Loto; Angus Scott-Young; JP Smith; Ruan Smith; Caleb Timu; Taniela Tupou; Harry Wilson; Liam Wright.
Backs: Jack Campbell; Filipo Daugunu; Gill Eadie; Chris Feauai-Sautia; Jack Hardy; Bryce Hegarty; Samu Kerevi (C); Isaac Lucas; Tate McDermott; Matt McGahan; Sefa Naivalu; Duncan Paia'aua; Jordan Petaia; Mosea Sorovi; Hamish Stewart; Teti Tela; Aidan Toua; James Tuttle; Seb Wileman.
They play 8 Home games against: Crusaders; Brumbies; Rebels; Stormers; Sunwolves; Waratahs; Jaquares; Blues.
They play 8 Away games against: Highlanders; Waratahs; Sunwolves; Bulls; Sharks; Rebels; Chiefs; Brumbies.
They finished in 13th position at the end of the 2018 round-robin stages.
They have finished in the top 6 of the round-robin stages of the Super competition 9 times out of 23 years.
In the playoffs they have featured in one final, winning in 2011.
Their average finishing position is 8.43
They are 14th on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$101.00