Forward Besart Berisha
- Height 183cm
- Weight 80kg
- D.O.B. 29/7/85
- Born Pristina
One of the most lethal strikers Australian football has even seen, Besart Berisha joined Melbourne Victory as a marquee player in 2014.
Berisha has won the coveted Hyundai A-League Championship three times, having been an integral part of Brisbane Roar's success in 2012 and 2014, and Victory's in 2015.
In one of the biggest recruiting coups in Hyundai A-League history, Victory announced the Albania international's signing from Roar during the 2013/14 season.
Berisha, who scored 18 goals in all competitions in his first season with Victory, broke the deadlock in the 2015 Grand Final win over Sydney FC.
He made an even bigger impact in his second campaign with the club, scoring a remarkable 27 goals in all competitions.
MVFC Appearances (as at the start of the 2017/2018 season)
Hyundai A-League: 82 appearances
AFC Champions League: 8 appearances
Westfield FFA Cup: 14 appearances
Total: 104 appearances
Hyundai A-League 2017/18
Stability the key to Victory successes
Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha believes the squad’s stability in recent weeks has been the leading factor behind back-to-back wins. Victory followed up a 2-1 win against Brisbane Roar with a last-gasp 1-0 triumph over Melbourne City last Saturday to register consecu
Berisha signs contract extension
Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha has signed a one-year contract extension with the club. The new deal will keep the A-League’s all-time leading goal scorer at Victory until the end of the 2018/19 season. Berisha said the environment at the club was a big reason behi
Berisha back for Roar clash
Melbourne Victory star Besart Berisha is set to make his return from suspension in the Remembrance Round clash against Brisbane Roar at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night. Berisha, 32, has been sidelined for Victory's past two matches – draws against the Central Coast Mariners a
Berisha to front hearing
Melbourne Victory can confirm Besart Berisha has received a disciplinary notice following an incident in the first half of Friday night’s clash against Adelaide and as such has been referred to the Disciplinary and Ethics Committee. The hearing will consider whether an offence