1993 - 1998

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1993


Kit: Home Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Patrick


Match Details:

Friendly matches vs AC Milan hosted hosted in Sydney & Melbourne (Australia)


Result:

Australia 0 - 1 AC Milan (Wednesday, 16th June 1993)

Australia 0 - 3 AC Milan (Thursday, 17th June 1993)


Player: unknown Socceroos Cap: unknown


Socceroos Date of Debut:

unknown


Squad:

Mark Bosnich, Robert Zabica, Tony Vidmar, Mehmet Durakovic, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Jason Polak, Milan Blagojevic, Paul Wade, Paul Trimboli, Damian Mori, Stan Lazaridis, Matthew Bingley, Branko Milosevic, Warren Spink, Aytek Genc  Manager: Eddie Thomson


Some Facts:

In June 1993 Italian league champion AC Milan toured Australia playing two friendly games against the Socceroos in Sydney and Melbourne. Australia again has worn a strange jersey design, this time by the french sportswear brand called Patrick (founded by Patrick Beneteau in 1892). This kit was only used for both friendly matches; most of the match worn shirts had a black coloured supplier logo but a few had a white coloured supplier logo as well cause the shirts with the black supplier logo were out of stock.

1993 - 1995


Kit: Home Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

1994 World Cup qualifying match vs Canada hosted in Sydney (Australia)


Result:

Australia 2 - 1 Canada (Sunday, 15th August 1993)


Player: Milan Ivanovic  Socceroos Cap: #372


Socceroos Date of Debut:

30th January 1991, Australia vs Czechoslovakia, Melbourne (Australia)


Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Tony Vidmar, Mehmet Durakovic (goal, 76min), Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Ned Zelic, Robbie Slater, Aurelio Vidmar, Frank Farina (goal, 44min), Graham Arnold, Jason van Blerk, Paul Wade, David Mitchell Manager: Eddie Thomson


Some Facts:

After a three years partnership with the equipment supplier Kingroo, followed by one season kit, the Australian Soccer Federation has signed a new contract again with Adidas.

One of the first important games was the World Cup qualifying match vs Canada for the road to the World Cup hosted in USA. After a 1-2 loss away in Edmonton the Socceroos have equalized this result with an own 2-1 win at home after 90 minutes. A penalty shootout was needed to select the final winner. The Socceroos keeper was able saving

two penalties which made the difference on that day. Australia advance to play Argentina for the final World Cup spot and senior newcomer Mark Schwarzer became the match day hero. It shouldn´t have been the last time in Australias World Cup qualify history that

Mark Schwarzer saves another two penalties during a penalty shootout.

1993 - 1995


Kit: Home Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

1993 team kit presenatation


Result:

none


Player: Dominic Longo  Socceroos Cap: #396


Socceroos Date of Debut:

30th May 1993, Australia vs New Zealand, Auckland (New Zealand)


1993 - 1995


Kit: Home Jersey Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

Friendly match vs Japan hosted in Hiroshima (Japan)


Result:

Japan 1 - 1 Australia (Sunday, 22th May 1994)


Player: Mehmet Durakovic  Socceroos Cap: #362


Socceroos Date of Debut:

25th August 1990, Australia vs Indonesia, Jakarta (Indonesia)


Squad:

Robert Zabica, Tony Vidmar, Mehmet Durakovic, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Ned Zelic,

Aurelio Vidmar (goal, 67min), Paul Wade, Carl Veart, Robbie Slater, Jason van Blerk,

Zeljko Kalac Manager: Eddie Thomson


Some Facts:


1993 - 1995


Kit: Away Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

Friendly matches vs Colombia hosted in Brisbane & Sydney (Australia)


Result:

Australia 0 - 0 Colombia (Wednesday, 08th February 1995)

Australia 0 - 1 Colombia (Saturday, 11th February 1995)

         

Player: unknown Socceroos Cap: unknown


Socceroos Date of Debut:

unknown


Squad:

Zeljko Kalac, Tony Vidmar, Milan Ivanovic, Alex Tobin, Tony Popovic, Paul Wade,

Damian Mori, Jason Polak, Stan Lazaridis, Steve Corica, John Markovski, Gabriel Mendez, Danny Tiatto, Warren Spink, Steve Horvat Manager: Eddie Thomson


Some Facts:



1993 - 1995


Kit: Away Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas

1995 - 1997


Kit: Home Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

FIFA U-17 World Championship 1995 match vs Qatar hosted in Riobamba (Ecuador)


Result:

Qatar 0 - 3 Australia (Wednesday, 09th August 1995)

         

Player: Nick Rizzo  Socceroos Cap: #434


Socceroos Date of Debut:

06th June 1998, Australia vs Croatia, Zagreb (Croatia)


Squad:

Adam Brodbeck, Colin Azzopardi, Brett Emerton, Sebastian Sinozic, Chris Coyne, Nick Rizzo,

Harry Kewell (goal, 41min), Clayton Bell, John Maisano, Yane Talcevski, Michael Cunico, Daniel Allsopp (goals, 48min & 56min), Michael Galluzzo Manager: Les Scheinflug


Some Facts:


Daniel Allsopp - Torschützenkönig

1995 - 1997


Kit: Home Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

Friendly match vs Saudi Arabia hosted in Taif (Saudi Arabia)


Result:

Saudi Arabia 3 - 0 Australia (Thursday, 17th August 1995)

         

Player: Sean Cranney  Socceroos Cap: #412


Socceroos Date of Debut:

10th November 1995, Australia vs New Zealand, Christchurch (New Zealand)


Squad:

Frank Juric, Kevin Muscat, Sean Cranney, Luke Casserley, Mark Babic, Peter Tsekenis,

Ante Moric, Joe Bacak, Gabriel Mendez, Joe Spiteri, Danny Tiatto, Goran Lozanovski,

Mike Valkanis, Brad Hassell Manager: Eddie Thomson


Some Facts:

1996


Kit: Home Jersey  Equipment Supplier: Adidas


Match Details:

1996 Olympic Games matches hosted in Miami & Orlando (USA)


Result:

France 2 - 0 Australia (Saturday, 20th July 1996)

Australia 2 - 1 Saudi Arabia (Monday, 22th July 1996)

Spain 3 - 2 Australia (Wednesday, 24th July 1996)

         

Player: Danny Tiatto  Socceroos Cap: #408


Socceroos Date of Debut:

08th February 1995, Australia vs Kuwait, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)


Squad:

Frank Juric, Ante Moric, Mark Babic, Kevin Muscat, Steve Horvat, Ross Aloisi, Steve Corica,

Mark Viduka, Aurelio Vidmar, Joseph Spiteri, Paul Agostino, Luke Casserly, Danny Tiatto,

Peter Tsekenis, Goran Lozanovski Manager: Eddie Thomson


Some Facts:

Australia used short sleeve

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