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WORLD CUP KIT 2006

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WORLD CUP KIT 2014

WORLD CUP KIT 2018

CONFEDERATIONS CUP KIT 1997

CONFEDERATIONS CUP KIT 2001

CONFEDERATIONS CUP KIT 2005

CONFEDERATIONS CUP KIT 2017

SUMMER OLYMPICS KIT 1988

SUMMER OLYMPICS KIT 1992

SUMMER OLYMPICS KIT 1996

SUMMER OLYMPICS KIT 2000

SUMMER OLYMPICS KIT 2004

SUMMER OLYMPICS KIT 2008

1980

OFC Nations Cup Champions
Australia (1st title)

1980 OFC Nations Cup Final
Australia   4–2   Tahiti

1996

OFC Nations Cup Champions
Australia (2nd title)

1996 OFC Nations Cup Final
Tahiti   0–6   Australia
Australia   5–0   Tahiti
Australia won 11–0 on aggregate

2000

OFC Nations Cup Champions
Australia (3rd title)

2000 OFC Nations Cup Final
Australia   2–0   New Zealand

2004

OFC Nations Cup Champions
Australia (4th title)

2004 OFC Nations Cup Final
Solomon Islands   1–5   Australia
Australia   6–0   Solomon Islands
Australia won 11–1 on aggregate

2015

AFC Asian Cup Champions
Australia (1st title)

2015 AFC Asian Cup Final
South Korea   1–2   Australia
(after extra time)

TOP 10 PLAYER APPEARANCES

1.   Mark Schwarzer – 109 caps
2.   Tim Cahill – 108 caps
3.   Lucas Neill – 96 caps
4.   Brett Emerton – 95 caps
5.   Alex Tobin – 87 caps
6.   Paul Wade – 84 caps
7.   Mark Bresciano – 84 caps
8.   Luke Wilkshire – 80 caps
9.   Mark Milligan – 80 caps
10. Mile Jedinak – 79 caps

TOP 10 GOALSCORERS

1.   Tim Cahill – 50 goals
2.   Damian Mori – 29 goals
3.   Archie Thompson – 28 goals
4.   John Aloisi – 27 goals
5.   John Kosmina – 25 goals
6.   Attila Abonyi – 25 goals
7.   David Zdrilic – 20 goals
8.   Brett Emerton – 20 goals
9.   Mile Jedinak – 20 goals
10. Graham Arnold – 19 goals

TOP 10 CAPTAINCIES

1.   Lucas Neill – 61 captaincies
2.   Peter Wilson – 60 captaincies
3.   Paul Wade – 46 captaincies
4.   Mile Jedinak – 35 captaincies
5.   Charlie Yankos – 30 captaincies
6.   Alex Tobin – 30 captaincies
7.   John Kosmina – 25 captaincies
8.   Johnny Warren – 24 captaincies
9.   Paul Okon – 24 captaincies
10. Mark Milligan – 18 captaincies

TOP 10 MANAGER APPEARANCES

1.   Frank Farina – 59 games
2.   Eddie Thomson – 55 games
3.   Ange Postecoglou – 49 games
4.   Frank Arok – 46 games
5.   Holger Osieck – 44 games
6.   Pim Verbeek – 33 games
7.   Rale Rasic – 30 games
8.   Graham Arnold – 28 games
9.   Terry Venables – 24 games
10.  Joseph Vlatsis – 24 games

TOP 5 LARGEST WINS

1.   31-0 vs American Samoa
2.   22-0 vs Tonga
3.   17-0 vs Cook Islands
4.   16-0 vs Cook Islands
5.   13-0 vs American Samoa

TOP 5 LARGEST DEFEATS

1.   0-8 vs South Africa
2.   0-7 vs Croatia
3.   0-6 vs Brazil
4.   0-6 vs France
5.   0-6 vs Brazil

TOP 5 RUNNERS-UP

1.   1988 Australia Bicentenary Gold Cup
2.   1997 FIFA Confederations Cup
3.   1998 OFC Nations Cup
4.   2002 OFC Nations Cup
5.   2011 AFC Asian Cup

TOP 5 MANAGER ACHIEVEMENTS

1. Rudi Gutendorf – 1980 OFC Nations Cup
2. Eddie Thomson – 1996 OFC Nations Cup
3. Frank Farina – 2000 OFC Nations Cup
4. Frank Farina – 2004 OFC Nations Cup
5. Angelo Postecoglou – 2015 AFC Asian Cup

SOCCEROOS BEST WCQ MOMENT

2005 World Cup qualifying match
Australia vs Uruguay 1:1 (5:3 PE)

SOCCEROOS SADDEST WCQ MOMENT

1997 World Cup qualifying match
Australia vs Iran 2:2

SOCCEROOS HIGHEST FIFA RANKING

#14 (September 2009)

SOCCEROOS LOWEST FIFA RANKING

# 102 (November 2014)

SOCCEROOS WORLD CUP GOALS

1.   Tim Cahill 2006
2.   Tim Cahill 2006
3.   John Aloisi 2006
4.   Craig Moore 2006
5.   Harry Kewell 2006
6.   Brett Holman 2010
7.   Tim Cahill 2010
8.   Brett Holman 2010
9.   Tim Cahill 2014
10. Tim Cahill 2014
11. Mile Jedinak 2014
12. Mile Jedinak 2018
13. Mile Jedinak 2018

SOCCEROOS MOST PLAYED GAMES

1. New Zealand – 62 games
38 wins, 11 draws, 13 losses
2. South Korea – 34 games
13 wins, 10 draws, 11 losses
3. Japan – 24 games
6 wins, 8 draws, 10 losses
4. South Africa – 22 games
7 wins, 4 draws, 11 losses
5. China RP – 17 game
7 wins, 2 draws, 8 losses
6. Greece – 16 games
4 wins, 4 draws, 4 losses
7. Israel – 15 games
4 wins, 8 draws, 3 losses

SOCCEROOS NON-AUSSIE MANAGER

1.   Joseph Vlasits – Hungary
2.   Rale Rasic – Bosnia & Herzegovina
3.   James Shoulder – England
4.   Rudi Gutendorf – Germany
5.   Les Scheinflug – Germany
6.   Frank Arok – Serbia
7.   Eddie Thompson – Scotland
8.   Raul Blanco – Argentina
9.   Terry Venables – England
10. Guus Hiddink – The Netherlands
11. Pim Verbeek – The Netherlands
12. Holger Osieck – Germany
13. Bert van Marwijk – The Netherlands

SOCCEROOS AUSSIE MANAGER

1. Frank Farina
2. Graham Arnold
3. Ange Postecoglou

SOCCEROOS INTERIM MANAGER APPEARANCES

1. Bert van Marwijk – 18 games
2. Guus Hiddink – 13 games
3. Raul Blanco – 10 games
4. Aurelio Vidmar – 1 game
5. Han Berger – 1 game
6. Robert Baan – 1 game

SOCCEROOS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER

1. UMBRO
2. ADIDAS
3. KINGROO
4. PATRICK (two friendly matches only)
5. ADIDAS
6. NIKE

GOLDEN GOALS SCORER

1. 1993 – Anthony Carbone
2. 1997 – Harry Kewell
3. 2002 – Damian Mori

GOLDEN GOALS

1. 1993 – Australia U20 vs Uruguay
2. 1997 – Australia vs Uruguay
3. 2002 – Australia vs Tahiti

SOCCEROOS NEVER PLAYED – CAF

1.   Algeria
2.   Angola
3.   Benin
4.   Botswana
5.   Burkina Faso
6.   Burundi
7.   Cape Verde
8.   Central African Republic
9.   Chad
10. Comoros
11. Congo
12. Democratic Republic of Congo
13. Djibouti
14. Equatorial Guinea
15. Eritrea
16. Eswatini

17. Ethiopia
18. Gabon
19.
Gambia
20. Guinea
21.
Guinea-Bissau
22. Ivory Coast
23. Lesotho
24. Liberia
25.
Libya
26. Madagascar
27.
Malawi
28. Mali
29.
Mauritania
30. Mauritius
31.
Mozambique
32. Namibia
33. Niger
34. Rwanda
35. Sambia
36. Sao Tome and Principe
37. Senegal
38. Seychelles
39. Sierra Leone
40. Somalia
41. South Sudan
42. Sudan
43
. Tanzania
44. Togo
45. Uganda
46. Zimbabwe

SOCCEROOS NEVER PLAYED – CONCACAF

1.   American Virgin Islands
2.   Anguilla
3.   Antigua and Barbuda
4.   Aruba
5.   Bahamas
6.   Barbados
7.   Belize
8.   Bermuda
9.   British Virgin Islands
10.
Cayman Islands
11. Cuba
12. Curacao
13. Dominica
14. Dominican Republic
15. El Salvador
16. Grenada
17. Guatemala

18. Guyana
19. Haiti

20. Montserrat
21.
Nicaragua
22. Panama
23. Puerto Rico
24. St. Kittis and Nevis
25.
St. Lucia
26. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
27. Suriname
28. Trinidad and Tobago
29. T
urks and Caicos

SOCCEROOS NEVER PLAYED – UEFA

1.   Albania
2.   Andorra
3.   Armenia
4.   Austria
5.   Azerbaijan
6.   Belarus
7.  
Bosnia Herzegovina
8.   Cyprus
9.  
Estonia
10. Faroe Islands
11.
Finland
12. Georgia
13.
Gibraltar
14. Iceland
15. K
azakhstan
16. Kosovo
17. Latvia
18.
Lithuania
19.
Luxembourg
20. Malta
21.
Moldova
22.
Montenegro
23.
North Macedonia
24. San Marino

SOCCEROOS NEVER PLAYED – AFC

1.   Afghanistan
2.   Bhutan
3.   Brunei Darussalam
4
.   East Timor
5.   Laos
6.   Maldives
7.  
Mongolia
8
.   Myanmar
9
. Pakistan
10.
Sri Lanka
11. Turkmenistan
12.
Vietnam
13. Yemen

SOCCEROOS NEVER PLAYED – CONMEBOL

1.   Bolivia

SOCCEROOS NEVER PLAYED – OFC

None

GUINNESS WORLD RECORD

The highest score achieved in an international match is 31-0 by Australia against American Samoa in a World Cup qualifying match at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia on 11th April 2001.

GUINNESS WORLD RECORD

Australia’s Archie Thompson achieved the record for most goals scored by a player in an international match by scoring 13 goals.