2004 - 2005

Kit: home

 

Year: 2004

 

This shirt hasn´t been officially used for any game but during the World Cup Qualifyiing match against

Solomon Islands the Socceroos have used this type and colour of jersey.

Compared to the 2004 OFC Nations Cup kit the coat of arms has been changed as well as the numbers

last minute. Instead of the regular number set used during the 2004 OFC Nations Cup an updated

number set has been put on Australia´s dress. (number with dots surrounded by a circle)

 

 

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Kit: away (interim design)

 

Year: 2004 friendly match vs South Africa in London (England)

 

Result: Australia 1 - 0 South Africa (March 30th)

 

Match worn by: Harry Kewell #10

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Lucas Neill, Craig Moore, Tony Popovic, Stan Lazaridis, Josip Skoko, Mark Bresciano,

Scott Chipperfield, Brett Emerton, Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka, Tim Cahill, Mile Sterjovski, David Zdrilic,

John Aloisi

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

One of the rarest shirt the Socceroos have ever used in the past; actually only once.

When the FFA has signed a contract with Nike it was a sudden change for everyone and the Socceroos kitwas just a temporary solution for that friendly match.

Kit: away (interim design)

 

Year: 2004 friendly match vs South Africa in London (England)

 

Result: Australia 1 - 0 South Africa (March 30th)

 

Match worn by: Tony Popovic #6

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Lucas Neill, Craig Moore, Tony Popovic, Stan Lazaridis, Josip Skoko, Mark Bresciano,

Scott Chipperfield, Brett Emerton, Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka, Tim Cahill, Mile Sterjovski, David Zdrilic,

John Aloisi

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

Due to bad and cold weather conditions on that match day the Socceroos used the long-sleeve kit.

Kit: home

 

Year: 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece

 

Result: Serbia and Montenegro 1 - 5 Australia (August 14th)

 

Match worn by: Adrian Madaschi #6

 

Squad:

Eugene Galekovic, Jade North, Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, Craig Moore, Jonathan McKain, Adrian Madaschi, Ahmad Elrich, Luke Wilkshire, John Aloisi, Tim Cahill, Alex Brosque, Ryan Griffiths, Brett Holman,

Anthony Danze

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

Kit: away

 

Year: 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece

 

Result: Tunisia 1 - 1 Australia (August 11th)

 

Match worn by: Alex Brosque #11

 

Squad:

Eugene Galekovic, Jade North, Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, Craig Moore, Adrian Madaschi, Jonathan McKain,

Ahmad Elrich, Luke Wilkshire, John Aloisi, Tim Cahill, Alex Brosque, Carl Valeri, Brett Holman,

Ryan Griffiths

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

Kit: goalkeeper

 

Year: 2004 OFC Nations Cup Qualifier match in Sydney (Australia)

 

Result: Australia 6 - 0 Solomon Islands (October 12th)

 

Match worn by: (unknown) #20

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Tony Popovic, Tony Vidmar, Kevin Muscat, Lucas Neill, Simon Colosimo, Brett Emerton,

Josip Skoko, Luke Wilkshire, Harry Kewell, Archie Thomson, Ante Milicic, Jonathon McKain, Ahmad Elrich

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

Kit: away

 

Year: 2004, friendly matches vs Turkey hosted in Sydney and Melbourne (Australia)

 

Results:

Australia 1 - 3 Turkey (May 21st)

Australia 0 - 1 Turkey (May24th)

 

Match worn by: Danny Tiatto #17

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Steven Laybutt, Tony Vidmar, Brett Emerton, Josip Skoko, Simon Colosimo, Stan Lazaridis, Vincent Grella, Scott Chipperfield, Zeljko Kalac, Max Vieri, Marco Bresciano, Mile Sterjovski,

David Zdrilic, Danny Tiatto, Ahmad Elrich, Jade North, Ante Milicic

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

 

Kit: away

 

Year: 2004 OFC Nations Cup hosted in Adelaide (Australia)

 

Result: Australia 6 - 1 Fiji (June 2nd)

 

Match worn by: Alex Brosque #12

 

Results:

Australia 1 - 0 New Zealand Australia 9 - 0 Tahiti

Australia 6 - 1 Fiji Australia 3 - 0 Vanuatu Australia 2 - 2 Solomon Islands

 

Squad:

Zeljko Kalac, Steven Laybutt, Simon Colosimo, Tony Vidmar, Brett Emerton, Josip Skoko, John Aloisi, Stan Lazaridis, Vince Grella, Max Vieri, Mark Bresciano, Adrian Madaschi, Jade North, Mile Sterjovski,

Scott Chipperfield, Patrick Kisnorbo, Tim Cahill, Ahmad Elrich, David Zdrilic, Alex Brosque, David Tarka,

Simon Colosimo

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

Australia finished first with Solomon Islands as runner-up. Both teams will play two legs in 3rd round

for World Cup Qualification 2006. Australia has won both games (1:5 and 6:0) and reached 4th round.

Kit: goalkeeper

 

Year: 2005 Confederations Cup hosted in Germany

 

Result: Germany 4 - 3 Australia (June 15th)

 

Match worn by: Mark Schwarzer #1

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Kevin Muscat, Craig Moore, Tony Popovic, Lucas Neill, Ljubo Milicevic, Scott Chipperfield,

Josip Skoko, Tim Cahill, Brett Emerton, John Aloisi, Jon McKain, Jason Culina, Archie Thompson

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

Everything but a successful Confederations Cup with three defeats in three games.

But the performance against Germany has shown the spirit of the Socceroos; an unpredictable weapon!

Kit: away

 

Year: 2005 friendly match vs South Africa in Durban (South Africa)

 

Result: South Africa 1 - 1 Australia (February 9th)

 

Match worn by: Paul Agostino #9

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Craig Moore, Lucas Neill, Tony Vidmar, Tony Popovic, Brett Emerton, Danny Tiatto, Vincent Grella, Jason Culina, Mark Bresciano, Jon McKain, Paul Agostino, Max Vieri, Archie Thompson, Scott Chipperfield, Luke Wilkshire, Mile Sterjovski

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

Between 2004/2005 it was a bit hard to say which outfit is the home and away kit of the Socceroos.

The unfamiliar colour combination (white/turquoise) used instead of green/gold colour has been used

at home and away, depending on the opponents jersey colour.

Kit: home

 

Year: 2005 friendly match vs Iraq in Sydney (Australia)

 

Result: Australia 2 - 1 Iraq (March 26th)

 

Match worn by: #16

 

Squad:

Mark Schwarzer, Lucas Neill, Craig Moore, Tony Popovic, Stan Lazaridis, Josip Skoko, Marco Bresciano, Tim Cahill, Brett Emerton, Scott Chipperfield, John Aloisi, Tony Vidmar, Jason Culina, Ahmad Elrich,

Mile Sterjovski, Jon McKain

 

Head coach: Frank Farina

 

This Shirt reminds every Socceroos fan to the glory game vs Uruguay on November 16th.

After so many disappointing World Cup qualify moments that day has changed it all.

Australia has qualified a second time for a World Cup and again in Germany like in 1974.

Kit: home

 

Year: 2005, Fifa World Youth Championship hosted in The Netherlands

 

Match worn by: Adrian Leijer #4

 

 

Kit: home

 

Year: 2005, Fifa World Youth Championship hosted in The Netherlands

 

Match worn by: Ryan Townsend #15

Kit: away

 

Year: 2005

 

Match worn by: Tim Cahill #4

 

Back to the roots in 2005/2006 Australia has used their common colours for their football kits again.

Gold at home and green away.

 

But this should have been also the last time for the next years that Australia wears green and gold kits.

Kind of a pity as many Socceroos supportes love the green and gold tradtition.

Kit: away

 

Year: 2005

 

Match worn by: Harry Kewell #10

 

 

Kit: away

 

Year: 2005, Fifa U17 World Championships hosted in Peru

 

Match worn by: Blake Charity#15

 

 

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