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Alastair Bray

Alastair Bray

Alastair Bray (23 April 1993) is an Australian Goalkeeper who plays for Hyundai A-League club Melbourne Victory and the Australian U-23 National Team.

An accomplished junior footballer, Bray was a graduate of Victoria’s Institute of Sport and National Training Centre program, making up a part of the illustrious 2009 squad that included the likes of Jamie Maclaren, Nick Ansell and Jake Barker-Daish.

Melbourne Heart soon came calling, signing Bray to a National Youth League deal ahead of the 2011-12 season.

After regularly training with the first team squad, Bray resisted interests from abroad in order to establish himself within the Australian set-up, returning to the Bentleigh Greens in the Victorian Premier League after his contract expired.

Two impressive seasons followed for the shot-stopper, leading the team in their dream FFA Cup run in 2014, reaching the Semi-Finals and winning the NPL Victoria Championship in 2015.

In September 2015, Bray was called up to the Australian U-23 National Team, the Olyroos.


Australian National Team

  • Australian Youth Men’s representation
  • International Youth U-16 Championships in Montaigne, France in February 2009
  • Played in 3-game international tournament against New Zealand
  • U-19 World Cup squad

Personal Honours

  • NPL Under 21 Player of the Year – 2013
  • National Youth League Coaches Award – 2011/12
  • Held full time scholarship with the VIS – Victorian Institute of Sport – 2008-2009
Senior Career
Years Team Games Goals
2010 VIS 0 (0)
2010–12 Melbourne Victory 0 (0)
2012–14 Melbourne City 0 (0)
2012 → Bullen Lions 21 (0)
2013–15 → Bentleigh Greens 57 (0)
2015–16 Central Coast 1 (0)
2016– Melbourne Victory 0 (0)
National Team
2006 Australia U-16, 19, 23 0 (0)







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