Brisbane Lions

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The Brisbane Lions are a professional Australian rules football club from Brisbane, Queensland, that plays in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club was formed in 1996 when the Fitzroy Lions and the Brisbane Bears merged. They are the most successful AFL club in the 2000s, having been in four AFL Grand Finals in a row, winning in 2001, 2002 and 2003 (although losing the 2004). Their current home ground in the AFL is The Gabba and their current home ground in the AFLW is Hickey Park.

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The club song, The Pride of Brisbane Town, is sung to the tune of the French national anthem, La Marseillaise. The lyrics to the song are below.

We are the pride of Brisbane Town,
We wear maroon, blue and gold.
We will always fight for victory,
Like Fitzroy and Bears of old.
All for one and one for all,
We'll answer to the call.
We're the Lions, the Brisbane Lions,
We'll kick the winning score
You'll hear our mighty roar!

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