Forward Roy Krishna
- Height 170cm
- Weight 70kg
- D.O.B. 30/8/87
Captain of Fiji and scorer of Fiji’s first goal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Krishna first moved to New Zealand in 2008, signing with Waitakere United where he would go on to spend six seasons, scoring 55 goals in 75 matches in the Premiership and Oceania Champions League. A short stint with Auckland City FC followed, before he sealed a move to the Wellington Phoenix in January 2014. Heading into his fifth season at the club, he’s made 74 appearances and scored 28 goals, and after hitting double figures for the first time last season will be looking to break Paul Ifill's all-time goalscoring record for Phoenix this season.
Hyundai A-League 2018/19
Wellington Phoenix Dominate Sydney Away From Home
Wellington Phoenix produced their performance of the season as they took it to Sydney FC at Jubilee Stadium for the Round 7 tie. Mark Rudan’s men were confident heading into the fixture off the back of a convincing display last weekend against Perth Glory and it wasn’t long be
Wellington Phoenix Outperform Perth Glory In Dramatic Round Six Tie
Mark Rudan’s team came out attacking the Hyundai A-League leaders, Perth Glory on what was a perfect evening for football in Wellington. The Phoenix Head Coach brought in attacking midfield option Sarpreet Singh, partnering him with the pacey attackers, Roy Krishna and Nathan
Wellington Phoenix To Host Fun-Filled Community Day Event
Wellington Phoenix are to host its annual Community Day on Sunday 16th September at Waitangi Park. This family friendly event will be a great opportunity for Phoenix fans to engage with their local football heroes and have a fun filled day. There will be a wide range of ac
Phoenix Explosive First Half Seals Win Over Central League Champions
Wellington Phoenix ensured there were plenty of smiling Phoenix fans as they won 5-0 against Central League Champions, Napier City Rovers, in front of 1800 fans inside the Central Energy Trusts Arena. The stage was set for a fantastic day of football as Wellington Phoenix were
Bentleigh Greens fight to the finish in FFA Cup
The Wellington Phoenix ended their FFA Cup season as a 10-men Bentleigh Greens side earned a 1-0 win on Tuesday night. The Phoenix knew not to underestimate their opposition after Bentleigh Greens progressed to the semi-finals in 2014 and tonight proved to be no different.