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Australia national soccer team results

Source: Ozfootball

The following details the Australia national soccer team results in competitive and non-competitive (friendly) matches. Games are listed in chronological order, grouped by decade and year, from 2000 to present.

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

Friendly 9 February 2000 Chile  2–1  Australia Chile Valparaíso, Chile  
Gonzalez Goal 10'
Navia Goal 92' (pen)
Corica Goal 15' (pen) Stadium: Estadio Playa Ancha
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Chile Eduardo Gamboa
Friendly 12 February 2000 Australia  0–0  Slovakia Chile Valparaíso, Chile  
Stadium: Estadio Playa Ancha
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Chile Luis Mariano Pena
Friendly 15 February 2000 Australia  1–1  Bulgaria Chile Valparaíso, Chile  
Agostino Goal 1' Ivanov Goal 89' Stadium: Estadio Playa Ancha
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Chile Rubén Selman
Friendly 23 February 2000 Hungary  0–3  Australia Hungary Budapest, Hungary  
Laybutt Goal 12'
Skoko Goal 72'
Moore Goal 89'
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Austria Dietmar Drabek
Friendly 29 March 2000 Czech Republic  3–1  Australia Czech Republic Teplice, Czech Republic  
Fukal Goal 10'
Koller Goal 53'
Ulich Goal 66'
Foster Goal 88' Stadium: Na Stinadlech Stadium
Attendance: 9,820
Referee: Slovenia Hrinak
Friendly 9 June 2000 Australia  0–0  Paraguay Australia Sydney, Australia  
Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Australia Simon Micallef
Friendly 12 June 2000 Australia  0–0  Paraguay Australia Brisbane, Australia  
Stadium: Brisbane Cricket Ground
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Australia Mark Shield
Friendly 15 June 2000 Australia  2–1  Paraguay Australia Melbourne, Australia  
Foster Goal 47'
Zdrillic Goal 52'
Caceres Goal 58' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: Australia Gerry Connolly
Friendly 4 October 2000 Kuwait  0–1  Australia United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirates  
Aloisi Goal 49'
Friendly 7 October 2000 South Korea  4–2  Australia United Arab Emirates Dubai, United Arab Emirites  
JaeWon Goal 44'
JungYoon Goal 48'
KiHyeon Goal 65'
DongGook Goal 90+2' (pen)
Agostino Goal 30'35'
Friendly 15 November 2000 Scotland  0–2  Australia United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom  
Emerton Goal 12'
Zdrillic Goal 66'
Stadium: Hampden Park
Attendance: 30,985
Referee: France Pascal Garibian

2001[edit]

Friendly 28 February 2001 Colombia  3–2  Australia Colombia Bogota, Colombia  
Serna Goal 12'
Salazar Goal 66'
Grisales Goal 75'
Goal 77' (pen) Corica
Goal 90' Chipperfield
Stadium: Nemesio Camacho Stadium
Attendance: 2,071
Referee: Spain Henry Cervantes
WC qualifier 9 April 2001 Tonga  0–22  Australia Australia Coffs Harbour, Australia  
Chipperfield Goal 3'83'
Mori Goal 13'23'40'58'
Aloisi Goal 14'24'37'45'52'63'
Muscat Goal 18'30'54'82'
Popovic Goal 67'
Vidmar Goal 74'
Zdrilic Goal 78'90'
Thompson Goal 80'
Boutsianis Goal 87'
Stadium: International Sports Stadium
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Vanuatu Harry Atisson
WC qualifier 11 April 2001 Australia  31–0  American Samoa Australia Coffs Harbour, Australia  
Boutsianis Goal 10'50'84'
Thompson Goal 12'23'27'29'32'
Goal 37'42'45'56'60'
Goal 65'85'88'
Zdrilic Goal 13'21'25'33'58'
Goal 66'78'89'
Vidmar Goal 14'80'
Popovic Goal 17'19'
Colosimo Goal 51'81'
De Amicis Goal 55'
Stadium: International Sports Stadium
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: French Polynesia Ronan Leaustic
WC qualifier 14 April 2001 Fiji  0–2  Australia Australia Coffs Harbour, Australia  
Corica Goal 23'
Foxe Goal 81'
Stadium: International Sports Stadium
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: New Zealand Derek Rugg
WC qualifier 16 April 2001 Australia  11–0  Samoa Australia Coffs Harbour, Australia  
A. Vidmar Goal 5'50'
Zdrillic Goal 28'57'
Foxe Goal 44'
Popovic Goal 55'89'
Thompson Goal 75'88'
Chipperfield Goal 76'
Bureta Goal 81' (o.g.)
Stadium: International Sports Stadium
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: New Zealand Brian Precious
CC group stage 30 May 2001 Mexico  0–2  Australia South Korea Suwon, South Korea  
Goal 20' Murphy
Goal 55' Skoko
Stadium: Suwon World Cup Stadium
Attendance: 6,232
Referee: Zimbabwe Felix Tangawarima
CC group stage 1 June 2001 Australia  1–0  France South Korea Daegu, South Korea  
Zane Goal 89' Stadium: Daegu World Cup Stadium
Attendance: 44,400
Referee: Guatemala Carlos Batres
CC group stage 6 June 2001 South Korea  1–0  Australia South Korea Suwon, South Korea  
Hwang Goal 24' Stadium: Suwon World Cup Stadium
Attendance: 42,759
Referee: Colombia Oscar Julian Ruiz
CC semi-final 8 June 2001 Japan  1–0  Australia Japan Yokohama, Japan  
Nakata Goal 43' Stadium: Yokohama International Stadium
Attendance: 48,699
Referee: Mexico Benito Archundia
CC 3rd place 11 June 2001 Australia  1–0  Brazil South Korea Ulsan, South Korea  
Murphy Goal 84' Stadium: Munsu Cup Stadium
Attendance: 28,520
Referee: Germany Hellmut Krug
OFC play-off 20 June 2001 New Zealand  0–2  Australia New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand  
Emerton Goal 6'82' Stadium: Westpac Trust Stadium
Attendance: 19,500
Referee: Japan Masayoshi Okada
OFC play-off 24 June 2001 Australia  4–1  New Zealand Australia Sydney, Australia  
Zdrilic Goal 5'82'
Emerton Goal 40'
Aloisi Goal 56'
Coveny Goal 44' (pen.) Stadium: Stadium Australia
Attendance: 41,976
Referee: South Korea Kwon Jung Chul
Friendly 15 August 2001 Japan  3–0  Australia Japan Fukuroi, Japan  
Yanagisawa Goal 19'
Hattori Goal 53'
Nakayama Goal 65' (pen)
Stadium: Shizuoka Stadium
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: China Zhang Jianjun
Friendly 11 November 2001 Australia  1–1  France Australia Melbourne, Australia  
Moore Goal 43' Goal 49' Trezeguet Stadium: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Referee: Australia Simon Micallef
Play-off 20 November 2001 Australia  1–0  Uruguay Australia Melbourne, Australia  
Muscat Goal 79' (pen.) Stadium: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Attendance: 41,976
Referee: Italy Graziano Cesare
Play-off 25 November 2001 Uruguay  3–0
(3–1 agg.)
 Australia Uruguay Montevideo, Uruguay  
Silva Goal 14'
Morales Goal 70'90'
Stadium: Estadio Centenario
Attendance: 62,000
Referee: United Arab Emirates Ali Bujsaim

2002[edit]

NC group stage 6 July 2002 Vanuatu  0–2  Australia New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand  
Report Mori Goal 69'
Despotovski Goal 85'
Stadium: Ericsson Stadium
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: French Polynesia Charles Ariiotima
NC group stage 8 July 2002 New Caledonia  0–11  Australia New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand  
Report Despotovski Goal 3'pen 55'75'77'
Horvat Goal 14'
Chipperfield Goal 21'35'
Mori Goal 34'
Costanzo Goal 82'
Porter Goal 86'
Trimboli Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Ericsson Stadium
Attendance: 200
Referee: New Zealand Derek Rugg
NC group stage 10 July 2002 Fiji  0–8  Australia New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand  
Report Milicic Goal 5'
Porter Goal 8'13'44'53'
Juric Goal 36'
Trimboli Goal 47'
De Amicis Goal 89'
Stadium: Ericsson Stadium
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Papua New Guinea Joakim Sosongan
NC semi-final 10 July 2002 Tahiti  1–2
AET
 Australia New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand  
Zaveroni Goal 38' Report Durakovic Goal 88'
Mori Goal 96'
Stadium: Ericsson Stadium
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: New Zealand Derek Rugg
NC final 14 July 2002 New Zealand  1–0  Australia New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand  
Nelsen Goal 78' Report Stadium: Ericsson Stadium
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: French Polynesia Charles Ariiotima

2003[edit]

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

24 May Australia  2 – 1  New Zealand Melbourne, Australia  
Vidošić Goal 57'
Holman Goal 90+4'
Report Goal 16' Killen Stadium: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Attendance: 55,659
Referee: Ricardo Salazar (United States)
1 June Australia  1 – 0  Denmark Johannesburg, South Africa  
Kennedy Goal 71' Report Stadium: Ruimsig Stadium
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Daniel Bennett (South Africa)
5 June United States  3 – 1  Australia Johannesburg, South Africa  
Buddle Goal 4'31'
Gomez Goal 90+3'
Report Goal 19' Cahill Stadium: Ruimsig Stadium
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Abdul Ebrahim (South Africa)
11 August Slovenia  2 – 0  Australia Ljubljana, Slovenia  
Dedič Goal 78'
Ljubijankič Goal 90+1'
Report Stadium: Stožice Stadium
Attendance: 16,155
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (Italy)
3 September Switzerland  0 – 0  Australia St. Gallen, Switzerland  
Report Stadium: AFG Arena
Attendance: 14,660
Referee: Thomas Einwaller (Austria)
7 September Poland  1 – 2  Australia Kraków, Poland  
Lewandowski Goal 18' Report Goal 13' Holman
Goal 26' (pen.) Wilkshire
Stadium: Stadion Miejski in Kraków
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Ivan Bebek (Croatia)
9 October Australia  1 – 0  Paraguay Sydney, Australia  
Carney Goal 53' Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 25,210
Referee: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan)
17 November Egypt  3 – 0  Australia Cairo, Egypt  
El-Zaher Goal 28'
Gedo Goal 59'
Zidan Goal 90' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Cairo International Stadium
Referee: Anton Genov (Bulgaria)
Group stage 13 June Germany  4 – 0  Australia Durban, South Africa  
20:30 UTC+02:00 Podolski Goal 8'
Klose Goal 26'
Müller Goal 67'
Cacau Goal 70'
Report Stadium: Moses Mabhida Stadium
Attendance: 62,660
Referee: Marco Antonio Rodríguez (Mexico)
Group stage 19 June Ghana  1 – 1  Australia Rustenburg, South Africa  
16:00 UTC+02:00 Gyan Goal 25' (pen.) Report Goal 11' Holman Stadium: Royal Bafokeng Stadium
Attendance: 34,812
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (Italy)
Group stage 23 June Australia  2 – 1  Serbia Nelspruit, South Africa  
20:30 UTC+02:00 Cahill Goal 69'
Holman Goal 73'
Report Goal 84' Pantelić Stadium: Mbombela Stadium
Attendance: 37,836
Referee: Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay)
Group B 6 January Kuwait  2 – 2  Australia Kuwait City, Kuwait  
17:30 UTC+03:00 Bandar Goal 40'
Nasser Goal 44'
Report Goal 3' Wilkshire
Goal 5' Heffernan
Stadium: Al Kuwait Sports Club Stadium
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)
Group stage 3 March Australia  1 – 0  Indonesia Brisbane, Australia  
19:00 UTC+10:00 Milligan Goal 42' Report Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 20,422
Referee: Kenji Ogiya (Japan)

2011[edit]

5 January 2011 United Arab Emirates  0 – 0  Australia United Arab Emirates Al Ain, United Arab Emirates  
18:30 UTC+4 Stadium: Sheikh Khalifa International Stadium
Referee: Ali Shaaban
29 March 2011 Germany  1 – 2  Australia Germany Mönchengladbach, Germany  
20:45 UTC+2 Gómez Goal 26' Carney Goal 61'
Wilkshire Goal 64' (pen.)
Stadium: Borussia-Park
Attendance: 20,000
5 June 2011 Australia  3 – 0  New Zealand Australia Adelaide, Australia  
17:00 UTC+9:30 Kennedy Goal 10,59'
Troisi Goal 93' (pen.)
Stadium: Adelaide Oval
Attendance: 21,281
Referee: Minoru Tōjō
7 June 2011 Australia  0 – 0  Serbia Australia Melbourne, Australia  
19:30 UTC+10 Report Stadium: Etihad Stadium
Attendance: 28,149
Referee: Minoru Tōjō
10 August 2011 Wales  1 – 2  Australia Wales Cardiff, Wales  
19:45 UTC+1 Blake Goal 82' Report Cahill Goal 44'
Kruse Goal 60'
Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: Kristo Tohver
7 October 2011 Australia  5 – 0  Malaysia Australia Canberra, Australia  
19:00 Wilkshire Goal 3'
Kennedy Goal 33'45+1'
Brosque Goal 39'69'
Report Stadium: Canberra Stadium
Attendance: 10, 041
Group Stage 10 January 2011 India  0 – 4  Australia Qatar Doha, Qatar  
16:15 UTC+3 (Report) Cahill Goal 11'65'
Kewell Goal 24'
Holman Goal 45+1'
Stadium: Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium
Attendance: 11,749
Referee: United Arab Emirates Ali Al Badwawi
Group Stage 14 January 2011 Australia  1 – 1  South Korea Qatar Doha, Qatar  
16:15 UTC+3 Jedinak Goal 62' (Report) Koo Ja-Cheol Goal 24' Stadium: Al-Gharafa Stadium
Attendance: 15,526
Referee: Qatar Abdulrahman Abdou
Group Stage 18 January 2011 Australia  1 – 0  Bahrain Qatar Doha, Qatar  
16:15 UTC+3 Jedinak Goal 37' (Report) Stadium: Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium
Referee: Japan Yuichi Nishimura
Quarter-finals 22 January 2011 Australia  1 – 0 (a.e.t.)  Iraq Qatar Doha, Qatar  
16:25 UTC+3 Kewell Goal 117' (Report) Stadium: Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium
Attendance: 7,889
Referee: Qatar Abdulrahman Abdou
Semi-finals 25 January 2011 Uzbekistan  0 – 6  Australia Qatar Doha, Qatar  
19:25 UTC+3 (Report) Kewell Goal 5'
Ognenovski Goal 35'
Carney Goal 65'
Emerton Goal 74'
Valeri Goal 82'
Kruse Goal 83'
Stadium: Khalifa International Stadium
Attendance: 24,826
Referee: United Arab Emirates Ali Al Badwawi
Final 29 January 2011 Australia  0 – 1 (a.e.t.)  Japan Qatar Doha, Qatar  
18:00 UTC+3 Report Lee Goal 109' Stadium: Khalifa International Stadium, Doha
Attendance: 37,174
Referee: Uzbekistan Ravshan Irmatov
Third Round 2 September 2011 Australia  2 – 1  Thailand Australia Brisbane, Australia[1]  
20:00 UTC+10 Kennedy Goal 57'
Brosque Goal 86'
Report
Summary
Dangda Goal 15' Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 24,540
Referee: Qatar Abdullah Dor Mohammed Balideh
Third Round 6 September 2011 Saudi Arabia  1 – 3  Australia Saudi Arabia Dammam, Saudi Arabia  
20:30 UTC+3 Al-Shamrani Goal 65' Report Kennedy Goal 40'56'
Wilkshire Goal 77' (pen.)
Stadium: Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Japan Yuichi Nishimura
Third Round 11 October 2011 Australia  3 – 0  Oman Australia Sydney, Australia  
19:30 Holman Goal 7'
Kennedy Goal 65'
Jednak Goal 85'
Summary Stadium: ANZ Stadium
Attendance: 24,732
Third Round 11 November 2011 Oman  1 – 0  Australia Oman Muscat, Oman  
18.00 UTC+4 Hosni Goal 18' Report Stadium: Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex
Attendance: 4,500
Referee: Bahrain Ali Abdulnabi
Third Round 15 November 2011 Thailand  0 – 1  Australia Thailand Bangkok, Thailand  
18:00 UTC+7 Report Holman Goal 78' Stadium: Rajamangala Stadium
Attendance: 19,400
Referee: Iran Saeid Mozaffarizadeh

2012[edit]

2 June 2012 Denmark  2 – 0  Australia Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark  
23:00 UTC+8 Agger Goal 31' (pen.)
Bjelland Goal 67'
Report
Summary
Stadium: Parken Stadium
Attendance: 15,888
Referee: Antonio Damato (Italy)
16 August 2012 Scotland  3 – 1  Australia Scotland Edinburgh, Scotland  
03:00 UTC+8 Rhodes Goal 29'
Davidson Goal 63' (o.g.)
McCormack Goal 76'
Summary Bresciano Goal 18' Stadium: Easter Road
Attendance: 11,110
Referee: Tom Hagen (Norway)
7 September 2012 Lebanon  0 – 3  Australia Lebanon Sidon, Lebanon  
01:30 UTC+8 Summary Cahill Goal 20'
McKay Goal 23'
Thompson Goal 88'
Stadium: Saida International Stadium
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Konstantinos Nikolaidis (Greece)
14 November 2012 South Korea  1 – 2  Australia South Korea Hwaseong, South Korea  
18:00 UTC+8 Lee Dong-Gook Goal 12' Summary Rukavytsya Goal 44'
Cornthwaite Goal 88'
Stadium: Hwaseong Stadium
Referee: Wang Zhe (China)
29 February 2012 Australia  4 – 2  Saudi Arabia Australia Melbourne, Australia  
17:30 UTC+8 Brosque Goal 43'75'
Kewell Goal 73'
Emerton Goal 76'
Report
Summary
Al-Dossari Goal 19'
Al-Shamrani Goal 45+2'
Stadium: AAMI Park
Attendance: 24,240
Referee: Dong-Jin Kim (South Korea)
8 June 2012 Oman  0 – 0  Australia Oman Muscat, Oman  
21:00 UTC+8 Report
Summary
Stadium: Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex
Attendance: 11,000[2]
Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)
12 June 2012 Australia  1 – 1  Japan Australia Brisbane, Australia  
18:00 UTC+8 Milligan Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 25', 55'
Wilkshire Goal 69' (pen.)
Report
Summary
Kurihara Goal 64'
Kurihara Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 23', 89'
Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 40,189
Referee: Khalil Al Ghamdi (Saudi Arabia)
12 September 2012 Jordan  2 – 1  Australia Jordan Amman, Jordan  
00:00 UTC+8 Abdel-Fattah Goal 50' (pen.)
Deeb Goal 73'
Report Thompson Goal 85' Stadium: Amman International Stadium
Referee: Abdullah Balideh (Qatar)
16 October 2012 Iraq  1 – 2  Australia Qatar Doha, Qatar[note 1]  
22:15 UTC+8 Abdul-Zahra Goal 72' Report Cahill Goal 80'
Thompson Goal 84'
Stadium: Grand Hamad Stadium
Referee: Lee Min-Hu (Korea Republic)
1 3 December 2012 Hong Kong  0 – 1  Australia Hong Kong Hong Kong  
20:30 UTC+8 Lam Hok Hei Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 88', 90' Report Emerton Goal 85' Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
Attendance: 4,160
Referee: Jumpei Iida (Japan)
2 5 December 2012 North Korea  1 – 1  Australia Hong Kong Hong Kong  
20:30 UTC+8 Yong-Hak Goal 64' Report Thompson Goal 4' Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
Attendance: 989
Referee: Mongkolchai Pechsri (Thailand)
3 7 December 2012 Guam  0 – 9  Australia Hong Kong Hong Kong  
17:50 UTC+8 Report Mooy Goal 12'
Babalj Goal 20'56'
Marrone Goal 43'
Thompson Goal 59'63'65' (pen.)
Milligan Goal 71'
Garcia Goal 83'
Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
Referee: Wang Zhe (China PR)
4 9 December 2012 Australia  8 – 0  Chinese Taipei Hong Kong Hong Kong  
17:00 UTC+8 Garcia Goal 11'
Cornthwaite Goal 17'
Taggart Goal 20'29'
Behich Goal 34'57'
Mooy Goal 47'
Yang Chao-hsun Goal 82' (o.g.)
Report Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
Referee: Kim Dae-Yong (Korea Republic)

2013[edit]

International Friendly 6 February 2013 Australia  2 – 3  Romania Spain Marbella, Spain  
07:00 UTC+11 Wilkshire Goal 44' (pen.)
Cornthwaite Goal 53'
Report Tănase Goal 34'
Torje Goal 79'
Stancu Goal 83'
Stadium: Estadio Municipal de Marbella
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification 26 March 2013 Australia  2 – 2  Oman Australia Sydney, Australia  
20:00 UTC+10 Cahill Goal 52'
Holman Goal 85'
Report Al-Muqbali Goal 7'
Jedinak Goal 49' (o.g.)
Stadium: Stadium Australia
Attendance: 34,603
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan)
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification 4 June 2013 Japan  1 – 1  Australia Japan Saitama, Japan  
20:30 UTC+10 Honda Goal 90+1' (pen.) Report Oar Goal 82' Stadium: Saitama Stadium
Attendance: 62,172
Referee: Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain)
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification 11 June 2013 Australia  4 – 0  Jordan Australia Melbourne, Australia  
19:00 UTC+10 Bresciano Goal 15'
Cahill Goal 61'
Kruse Goal 76'
Neill Goal 84'
Report Stadium: Docklands Stadium
Attendance: 43,785
Referee: Abdul Malik Abdul Bashir (Singapore)
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification 18 June 2013 Australia  1 – 0  Iraq Australia Sydney, Australia  
22:15 UTC+8 Kennedy Goal 83' Report Stadium: Stadium Australia
Attendance: 80,523
Referee: Alireza Faghani (Iran)
2013 EAFF East Asian Cup 20 July 2013 South Korea  0 – 0  Australia South Korea Seoul, South Korea  
19:00 UTC+9 Report Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 31,571
Referee: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan)
2013 EAFF East Asian Cup 25 July 2013 Japan  3 – 2  Australia South Korea Hwaseong, South Korea  
20:00 UTC+9 Saito Goal 26'
Osako Goal 56' Goal 79'
Report Duke Goal 76'
Jurić Goal 78'
Stadium: Hwaseong Stadium
Referee: Kim Jong-Hyeok (South Korea)
2013 EAFF East Asian Cup 28 July 2013 Australia  3 – 4  China PR South Korea Seoul, South Korea  
17:15 UTC+9 Mooy Goal 30'
Taggart Goal 89'
Duke Goal 90+3'
Report Yu Dabao Goal 5'
Sun Ke Goal 56'
Yang Xu Goal 87'
Wu Lei Goal 88'
Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Referee: Liu Kwok Man (Hong Kong)
International Friendly 8 September 2013 Brazil  6 – 0  Australia Brazil Brasilia, Brazil  
05:15 AEST Goal 8'34'
Neymar Goal 36'
Ramires Goal 58'
Pato Goal 73'
Luiz Gustavo Goal 84'
Stadium: Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha
International Friendly 12 October 2013 France  6 – 0  Australia France Paris, France  
Franck Ribéry Goal 8' (pen.)
Olivier Giroud Goal 16'27'
Yohan Cabaye Goal 29'
Mathieu Debuchy Goal 47'
Karim Benzema Goal 51'
Stadium: Parc des Princes
International Friendly 16 October 2013 Australia  3 – 0  Canada England London, England  
Kennedy Goal 1'
Vidošić Goal 52'
Leckie Goal 79'
Report Stadium: Craven Cottage
International Friendly 19 November 2013 Australia  1 – 0  Costa Rica Australia Sydney, Australia  
19:30 AEDT Cahill Goal 69' Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 20,165

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Iraq will have to play their remaining home games of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers at a neutral venue following a ban by FIFA on playing in Iraq.[3]

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