|Position||Hooker, Second Row|
|DOB||17th Apr 1981|
|Junior Club||Souths Toowoomba|
|Debut||2002: Round 24 vs Canberra|
Adam Brideson joined the Bulldogs in 1999 as a second row forward.
Adam became a regular member of the Flegg team playing every game including the Premiership winning team against Newcastle as hooker. He broke the club record for most tries in a season for a forward, scoring 14 four-pointers.
In 2000, Adam was a regular member of the Flegg team and played in the Premiership winning side against Western Suburbs in the second row. He scored three tries in the Grand Final.
In 2001, Adam became a regular member of the 1st Division team and in 2002, Adam received the opportunity to play in the NRL against Canberra when Steve Reardon was injured. He returned to the Premier League to play in the Premiership winning team against St George Illawarra as hooker.
In 2003, Adam was a regular member of the Premier League team and played in the Preliminary Final as hooker.
In 2004, Adam was a regular member of the Premier League team and broke the reserve grade record for most tries in a season, scoring 12 tries. He played in the Qualifying Semi-Final against the Roosters.
In 2005, Adam started the season in the Premier League but was promoted to the NRL when Corey Hughes was injured. He became a regular member of the NRL team.
In 2006, Adam broke Mitch Newton's record for the most games in reserve grade and captained the Premier League team.
In 2008, Adam joined Wynnum Manly in the QLD Cup.
In 2010, Adam was awarded Life Membership of the Football Club.