Australia national men's squash team

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Australia
Flag of Australia.svg
Coach Byron Davis
Association Squash Australia
Colors Blue
World Team Squash Championships
First year 1967
World Team titles 8 (2003-2001-1991-1989-
1973-1971-1969-1967)
Runners-up 3
Best finish Gold medal world centered-2.svg 1st
Number of entries 24

The Australia national men's squash team represents Australia in international squash team competitions, and is governed by Squash Australia.

Since 1967, Australia has won 8 World Squash Team Open titles. Their most recent title came in 2003.

Current team[edit]

Results[edit]

Sciences de la terre.svg World Team Squash Championships Logo World Squash.jpg[edit]

Year Result Position W L
Australia Melbourne 1967 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 5 0
England Birmingham 1969 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 5 0
New Zealand Palmerston North 1971 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 6 0
South Africa Johannesburg 1973 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 4 0
England Birmingham 1976 Group Stage Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 4 2
Canada Toronto 1977 Group Stage 5th 3 4
Australia Brisbane 1979 Semi Final Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 6 2
Sweden Stockholm 1981 Final Silver medal world centered-2.svg2nd 6 1
New Zealand Auckland 1983 Semi Final Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 7 2
Egypt Cairo 1985 Semi Final Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 7 2
England London 1987 Semi Final 4th 6 2
Singapore Singapore 1989 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 8 0
Finland Helsinki 1991 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 5 0
Pakistan Karachi 1993 Final Silver medal world centered-2.svg2nd 4 1
Egypt Cairo 1995 Semi Final 4th 4 2
Malaysia Petaling Jaya 1997 Semi Final Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 5 1
Egypt Cairo 1999 Semi Final 4th 4 2
Australia Melbourne 2001 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 7 0
Austria Vienna 2003 Champions Gold medal world centered-2.svg1st 7 0
Pakistan Islamabad 2005 Quarter Final 5th 5 1
India Chennai 2007 Final Silver medal world centered-2.svg2nd 5 1
Denmark Odense 2009 Semi Final Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 5 1
Germany Paderborn 2011 Semi Final Bronze medal world centered-2.svg3rd 6 1
France Mulhouse 2013 Semi Final 4th 4 2
Total 24/24 8 Titles 128 27

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