Brisbane Broncos - Players - Notable Players

Notable Players

For a full list of Broncos representatives, see List of Brisbane Broncos representatives

Due to the club's premiership success and its being the dominant Queensland team in the competition for the majority of its participation, the Brisbane Broncos' list of representative players is extensive. Consequently, there have been a large number of Queensland Maroons in the team. In 2007, a 20 man legends team was announced to celebrate the club's 20 year anniversary.


Broncos Legends
First team squad Interchange Coaching staff
  • 1 Darren Lockyer
  • 2 Michael Hancock
  • 3 Steve Renouf
  • 4 Michael De Vere
  • 5 Wendell Sailor
  • 6 Wally Lewis
  • 7 Allan Langer
  • 8 Shane Webcke
  • 9 Kerrod Walters
  • 10 Petero Civoniceva
  • 11 Gorden Tallis
  • 12 Brad Thorn
  • 13 Corey Parker
  • 14 Shaun Berrigan
  • 15 Andrew Gee
  • 16 Gene Miles
  • 17 Glenn Lazarus
  • 18 Chris Johns
  • 19 Terry Matterson
  • 20 Kevin Walters



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