|Birth Day:||January 11, 1982|
|Birth Place:||Dublin, Ireland|
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He joined St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh in 1999 made his debut with Dublin in 2002.
Brogan made his debut for Dublin in 2002 against Wexford. Brogan finished the 2005 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship with 2–20 compared to his league total of 0–03. He was on the Dublin team that won the 2005 Leinster Senior Football Championship against Laois at Croke Park, finishing the game with just 0-01.
In the 2006 NFL game against Tyrone, Brogan was sent off for two yellow card offences and suspended for eight weeks in accordance with Rule 140. Brogan, Ciarán Whelan, Bryan Cullen and Kevin Bonner, along with Tyrone's Kevin Hughes, Michael McGee and Owen Mulligan were exonerated of all charges, the official reason given being 'a technicality'.
In 2006, he won his first All Star in the half forward line for his performances with Dublin. Seán Boylan named him in his compromise rules squad to play Australia in the first test at Pearse Stadium on 29 October 2006. Brogan was named on the inaugural GPA Gaelic Team of the Year which began in 2006. He was named at centre half-forward on the 2006 Dublin Bus/Evening Herald Blue Star football XV.
Brogan had a disappointing league campaign as Dublin were relegated from NFL division one in 2007. Yet he won the 2007 Leinster Senior Football Championship but Dublin were knocked out of the All-Ireland by Kerry in the semi-final. He was awarded an All Star at left half forward.
He won his fifth Leinster title in 2008, with Dublin beating Wexford by 3–23 to 0–9 and setting a new record biggest Leinster final win. Brogan scored 1–03.
In 2009, Brogan won another Leinster title with Dublin, but his season ended with defeat to Kerry in the All-Ireland quarter-final.
Brogan scored 0–03 points for Dublin against Wexford in the 2011 Leinster Senior Football Championship at Croke Park. Dublin finished the game as Leinster champions with a 2–12 to 1–12 win. In a repeat of the previous years All-Ireland quarter-final, Dublin were drawn against Tyrone. Brogan produced another solid performance for Dublin, scoring 0–03 in a game that forward Connolly dominated play. Dublin ended the game with a comfortable win at a packed Croke Park. The game ended 0–22 to 0–15 and Dublin went on to meet Ulster Champions Donegal the All-Ireland semi-final. Brogan failed to score a goal in a game that finished on a low scoreline of 0–08 to 0–06. Dublin were in an All-Ireland final for the first time since 1995 – their opponents, historical rivals Kerry. Brogan only scored 0–02. Dublin won 1–12 to 1–11, coming from behind in the last four minutes. On 21 October 2011, Brogan won his third All Star and succeeded brother Bernard as All Stars Footballer of the Year.
On 20 September 2015, Brogan won his third All-Ireland title when Dublin defeated Kerry by 0–12 to 0–9 in the final. Brogan came on for the last four minutes of the game and got Dublin's last point of the game.
On 15 December 2015, Brogan announced his retirement from inter-county football. In a statement he said "Today I would like to announce my retirement from inter-county football. I leave behind a wonderfully gifted football team but take with me many great memories, friendships and bonds. I would like to thank all the players that I soldiered with and against, and the managers and mentors who have guided me from an early age when I began the pursuit of my sporting dreams."
Alan comes from something of gaelic football royalty, with a father, uncle, and two brothers who've played for Dublin.
Currently, Alan Brogan is 40 years, 5 months and 17 days old. Alan Brogan will celebrate 41st birthday on a Wednesday 11th of January 2023. Below we countdown to Alan Brogan upcoming birthday.