|Position||Front Row, Second Row|
|DOB||6th Jan 1982|
|Origin||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Junior Club||Auckland Marist|
|Debut||2002: Round 24 vs Canberra|
|Other Clubs||South Sydney|
Roy Asotasi joined the Bulldogs in 2000 as a prop forward.
Roy was a regular member of the Flegg team and played in the Premiership winning team against Western Suburbs from the bench.
In 2001, Roy was a regular member of the Flegg team and played in the Premiership winning team against Cronulla as a second rower.
In 2002, Roy became a regular member of the Premier League team and received the opportunity to in the NRL against Canberra when Glen Hughes was injured. He returned to the Premier League to play in the Preliminary Final against Penrith but was injured and missed the Grand Final win.
In 2003, Roy was a regular member of the Premier League and played in the Preliminary Final against Penrith.
In 2004, Roy started the season in the NRL and played every game of the season including the Premiership winning game against the Roosters from the bench.
In 2004, Roy played 14 Tests for New Zealand from 2004 to 2006.
In 2005, Roy played every match of the season before his sequence of 74 consecutive games was interupted in 2006. He was injured just before the finals but returned to play in the Preliminary Final against Brisbane.
Roy joined South Sydney for the 2007 season.
On 1st August 2015, Roy was named in the team of the decade as part of the clubs 80th Year celebrations.