Midfielder Leigh Broxham
- Height 170cm
- Weight 65kg
- D.O.B. 13/1/88
- Born Melbourne
A member of Melbourne Victory's Team of the Decade, Leigh Broxham has established himself as one of the club's most respected figures.
The versatile Broxham has been an integral part of the squad since his debut in 2006, having played in all five of Victory's AFC Champions League campaigns.
Broxham has also made over 200 Hyundai A-League appearances, becoming the second Victory player to reach the milestone behind Archie Thompson.
He captained Victory in its memorable friendly against Liverpool in 2013, leading the team out in front of more than 95,000 fans at the MCG.
MVFC Appearances (as at the start of the 2017/2018 season)
Hyundai A-League: 237 appearances
AFC Champions League: 30 appearances
Westfield FFA Cup: 14 appearances
Total: 281 appearances
Hyundai A-League 2018/19
2015 FFA Cup Final: Where are they now?
Wednesday marks the three-year anniversary of Melbourne Victory's 2-0 FFA Cup Final triumph over Perth Glory at AAMI Park. We take a 'where are they now?' look at our squad from that day... Starting XI Goalkeeper: Danny Vukovic Vukovic now plays in Belgium with Pro Leag
Victory re-signs Championship heroes
Melbourne Victory goalkeeper and Joe Marston medallist Lawrence Thomas is among three Championship-winning players to commit to the club by signing contract extensions. ...so returning to the club for Season 14 of the Hyundai A-League will be stalwarts Carl Valeri and Leigh Br
Muscat weighs up midfield options
Melbourne Victory head coach Kevin Muscat is weighing up his midfield options ahead of Tuesday’s Asian Champions League game against Kawasaki Frontale. With Carl Valeri suspended and Matias Sanchez unavailable, Muscat is looking for the best-suited replacement in central midfi
Broxham to hit 250 against Perth
Melbourne Victory's Leigh Broxham will make his 250th Hyundai A-League appearance, should he feature against Perth Glory on Saturday night. Buy tickets to the match here Broxham will become the first A-League player to reach the milestone at a single club and to add to the
Broxham: We keep letting ourselves down
Melbourne Victory stalwart Leigh Broxham said his team continued to let itself down after a 4-1 loss to the Newcastle Jets on Thursday night. Kosta Barbarouses put Victory ahead with a tremendous strike at McDonald Jones Stadium, but an Andrew Nabbout brace and goals from Dani