2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
Socceroos have a target on their back (0:41)
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30dAAP

FIFA sounds death knell for Lowy-led FFA

FIFA has endorsed proposed governance reforms for the FFA and urged the four federations who are threatening to block them to change their minds.

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44dMichael Yokhin

The remarkable rise of Daniel Arzani

Daniel Arzani was a complete unknown seven months ago. Now, the Australia international has been bought by Manchester City and his future is bright.

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44dAAP

Arnold to coach both Olyroos and Socceroos

Socceroos boss Graham Arnold will also take over as Olyroos coach as part of a restructure he says will help bring young players through quicker.

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44dAAP

Ibini exits Vancouver, joins Emirates Club

Twice-capped Socceroos attacker Bernie Ibini has moved from Canada to the Middle East after signing a deal with Emirates Club.

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46dAAP

A-League could go independent by 2019

The A-League would be spun off from the FFA and run independently in time for the 2019-20 season under a proposal by a FIFA-backed working group.

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65dRob Brooks, Australia writer

The hole that Cahill leaves in Australian football

As defenders and corner flags alike breathe a long-awaited sigh of relief, Tim Cahill exits as the most effective Socceroos player of all time.

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69dESPN

World Cup TV guide: Australia kick-off times

France defeated Croatia 4-2 in the final, but how did they get there? Here's every single result of every single match of the 2018 World Cup.

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71dStephanie Brantz

The joys and frustration inside Camp Socceroo

Charged with covering Australia's World Cup odyssey, Steph Brantz reflects on what has been a whirlwind six months for the Socceroos.

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75dAAP

Jurman joins Saudi side Al-Ittihad

Australian national team defender Matthew Jurman has a new home after signing with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-3Tied-23rd
Goals Scored2Tied-21st
Assists0Tied-30th
Goals Conceded5Tied-14th