Brisbane Heat is one of the eight original twenty20 cricket franchises in Australia’s Big Bash League. The club was launched in 2011 when the tournament was inaugurated. Brisbane Heat represents Australian state Queenland’s Brisbane city in the competition.
The Brisbane Cricket Ground aka The Gabba is the official home ground for Brisbane Heat in BBL. Team’s biggest achievement was to win the second edition of KFC Big Bash League (BBL) under Chris Hartley’s captaincy. Brisbane Heat players wear teal color jersey.
Former New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori is currently the head coach of Brisbane Heat. Chris Lynn is the skipper of side.
Brisbane Heat Performance Year Wise
Brisbane Head haven’t got much success in the men’s bbl championship. In appeared 6 Big Bash editions, BH managed to reach knockout stage of tournament once in 2012-13 where they became champions of Big Bash League by defeating Perth Scorchers in the final.
|Year||Result / Place|
|2011-12||Group Stage (5th Place)|
|2012-13||Winner (1st Place)|
|2013-14||Group Stage (5th Place)|
|2014-15||Group Stage (8th Place)|
|2015-16||Group Stage (6th Place)|
|2016-17||Semi-Final (4th Place)|
|2017-18||Group Stage (7th Place)|
Brisbane Heat Squad 2018-19
Right-handed batsman Chris Lynn is all set to lead Brisbane Heat in the seventh edition of KFC BBL beginning from 19 December 2017. Brendon McCullum, Shadab Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Samuel Badree are the international signings for Brisbane team in 2017-18 Big Bash League.
|Chris Lynn (Captain)||Australia||Batsman|
|Brendon McCullum||New Zealand||Wicket-keeper/Batsman|
|Mujeeb Ur Rahman||Afghanistan||Bowler|
Official Online Presence
Facebook: Brisbane Heat
Twitter: Brisbane Heat