Forward Brandon Borrello
- Height 178cm
- D.O.B. 25/7/95
- Born Adelaide
Debut: 07/06/2019 v South Korea
Socceroos Cap Number: 604
Current Club: Western Sydney Wanderers
Previous clubs: Brisbane Roar, FC Kaiserslautern, Fortuna Dusseldorf, SC Freiburg
Borrello built up quite the reputation for himself as a deadly finisher with Brisbane Roar before making the move to German outfit FC Kaiserslautern.
His career took off at the 2. Bundesliga outfit and it was not long until his performances caught the attention of top flight side Freiburg who made their move for him in 2018.
Borrello set off on loan from Freiburg to join 2. Bundesliga side Fortuna Düsseldorf for the 2020/21 season, where he made 22 appearances.
The now 27-year-old received his maiden cap in 2019 and returned to the international set-up after 13 months in March 2023 following his stellar form with the Wanderers. Borrello went on to score his first goal for the Socceroos in a 2-1 friendly defeat against Ecuador.
International Friendly 2022/2023
Borrello on building a strike partnership: ‘The more we score, the more confidence we have’
Subway Socceroos forward Brandon Borrello reflected on his second ever international goal along with the side's dominant win against Bangladesh in Melbourne.Australia have started their FIFA World Cup 2026™️ qualification campaign in blistering fashion, defeating Bangladesh seven
Brilliant Borrello reflects on first Socceroos goal and being back in camp
It had been 13 months since Brandon Borrello set foot in a Socceroos camp. After a frustrating stint at SG Dynamo Dresden to end his spell in Germany, Borrello had returned to Australia with Western Sydney Wanderers, looking to find minutes and form back in his home country.
Brandon Borrello thrilled to be returning to Subway Socceroos camp
Brandon Borrello addressed the media ahead of the Subway Socceroos' clash with Ecuador at CommBank Stadium on Friday night. The 27-year-old, who has four senior caps for his country, has been in sensational form with the Western Sydney Wanderers this season and will looking to
Aussies Abroad: Brandon Borrello signs for Dynamo Dresden
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Aussies Abroad: Souttar scores, Behich & Borrello assist
Harry Souttar finally opened his Stoke City account while a couple of other Socceroos teed up their teammates during a busy weekend of action abroad. Read about the fortunes of all our Aussies in Europe and Asia below. Souttar got on the scoresheet for the first time
Aussies Abroad Preview: FA Cup glamour ties beckon and Socceroos meet in Scotland, Belgium
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Aussies Abroad: Socceroos gear up for season openers, Boyle's blockbuster clash
Mathew Leckie and Brandon Borrello are in action this for their respective clubs this weekend as Germany's professional leagues commence while Martin Boyle's Hibernian have a meeting with top of the table Rangers. Read on below for the full Aussies Abroad Preview! LAUNCH: N
Brandon Borrello seals loan move to Fortuna Dusseldorf
Socceroos winger Brandon Borrello has joined Bundesliga 2 outfit Fortuna Dusseldorf on loan for the 2020/21 season from SC Freiburg. The 25-year-old has been at Freiburg since 2018 and has made just eight appearances for the first team in that time. The ex-Brisbane Roar win
Aussies Abroad: O'Neill shines in K League debut
Brandon O'Neill had a debut to remember for Pohang Steelers while Jason Davidson's Ulsan Hyundai sit pretty at the top of the K League ladder. O'Neill did not need much time before he was able to endear himself to the Steelers' fans after he orchestrated Aleksandar Palocevic's
Borrello predicting 'some really big upsets' as Bundesliga returns
Socceroos attacker and Freiburg striker Brandon Borrello is raring to go as his side restart their Bundesliga campaign this Saturday against RB Leipzig. The Bundesliga will be the first top flight European league to resume since the coronavirus outbreak began. Borrello cann
Aussies Abroad: Sainsbury in training, Amini embracing fatherhood
Some of the world's biggest football leagues are suspended for now but that does not mean our Socceroos stars are taking it easy. Defender Trent Sainsbury is keeping sharp during the lay-off as he and his Maccabi Haifa teammates look to hit the ground running in the Israeli Pr