Brandon Fernandes was born on 20th September 1994 in Margao in Goa. He is an Indian footballer and plays as an attacking midfielder. He is a part of Football club of goa at number 10. His passion towards football began at the age of six when his parents put him in a youth coaching center for football at Fransa Pax in the year 2002.
After that, he coached at the Velsao Pale Sports Club. There he played as a part of the under-14 football squad at the age of eight. Then Brandon joined the Goa United Football Association. Soon after he signed up with Salgaocar and represented the club in its under-14, under-16, and under-18 teams.
He gained recognition based on his outstanding performance on the field, and in 2010 he joined ASD Cape Town team and continued there for three years. He participated in football trials from clubs like Reading, Leicester City, and Sunderland but failed to earn a contract with any of them.
As a part of ASD Cape Town team, Brandon played in the second division of SAFA where he scored 12 goals in 12 matches including four free kicks. In 2014, he played Lusophony Games, where he impressed Goa football club. He received offers to sign contracts from many I-League clubs, but he refused all as he wished to join a European Club. Brandon believed he knew the speed of the game in Europe and felt he was on par with the level of European football.
After his contract with ASD expired, he waited for over a year and then finally returned to I-League. In 2015 he became a part of Sporting Goa, played nine matches in the league and scored three goals. His debut match was on 8th February against the Mumbai team.
He was unable to play the entire game as he suffered an injury. From 2015 to 2017 he played for Mumbai City, made two appearances. In 2016 he entered Mohun Bagan on loan and scored one goal for his team in the four matches he played.
In 2017, he played for Churchill Brother, appeared in 15 games and scored 3 goals. In 2017, he joined FC Goa and earned two goals in eighteen matches. His career in National level football includes under-14, under-17and under-19 Indian football teams. He got into the under-14 team in 2008, and the under-17 team next year in 2009 and under-19 squad in 2011.