Socceroos International Friendlies Australia V New Zealand

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Jul 5, 2011
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Celebrating 100 years of the Socceroos with two friendlies against new Zealand in Brisbane and in Auckland. It is also our final and officially our farewell home match before the World Cup.

International Friendly

Australia V New Zealand

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Thursday, 22 September 2022, 8:00pm (AEST) 11:00pm (NZLT)

TV Braodcast:
Live on Channel 10, streaming on 10 play and Paramount Plus

International Friendly

New Zealand V Australia

Eden Park, Auckland

Sunday, 25 September 2022, Kick-off: 4:00pm (NZLT), 1:00pm (AEST)

TV Broadcast:
Live on Channel 10, streaming on 10 play and Paramount Plus

Socceroos Squad
NameCurrent Club, Country‘A’ Caps (Goals)Junior Club
(Member Federation/Country)
Nathaniel ATKINSONHeart of Midlothian, Scotland3 (0)Riverside Olympic FC
(Football Tasmania)
Keanu BACCUSSt Mirren FC, Scotland0 (0)Parklea FC (Football NSW)
Aziz BEHICHDundee United, Scotland52 (2)Meadow Park SC (Football Victoria)
Martin BOYLEHibernian FC, Scotland18 (5)Lewis United FC/Montrose FC (Scotland)
Jason CUMMINGSCentral Coast Mariners, Australia0 (0)Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale FC (Scotland)
Harrison DELBRIDGEIncheon United, Korea Republic0 (0)Capital Area Soccer League Elite (United States)
Milos DEGENEKColumbus Crew, USA36 (1)Blacktown City FC (Football NSW)
Thomas DENGAlbirex Niigata, Japan1 (0)Adelaide Blue Eagles
(Football South Australia)
Cameron DEVLINHeart of Midlothian, Scotland0 (0)Sutherland Sharks (Football NSW)
Mitchell DUKEFagiano Okayama, Japan20 (7)Liverpool Rangers SC
(Football NSW)
Tyrese FRANCOISHNK Gorica, Croatia0 (0)Camden Tigers (Football NSW)
Denis GENREAUToulouse FC, France3 (0)Brighton SC (Football Victoria)
Ajdin HRUSTICHellas Verona FC, Italy19 (3)Heatherton United SC
(Football Victoria)
Jackson IRVINEFC St. Pauli, Germany48 (7)Ringwood City SC (Football Victoria)
Fran KARACICBrescia Calcio, Italy9 (1)NK Lokomotiva (Croatia)
Joel KINGOdense Boldklub, Denmark2 (0)Shellharbour Junior FC
(Football NSW)
Garang KUOLCentral Coast Mariners, Australia0 (0)Goulburn Valley Suns
(Football Victoria)
Mitch LANGERAK (Gk)Nagoya Grampus, Japan8 (0)ATW FC (Football Queensland)
Mathew LECKIEMelbourne City FC, Australia71 (13)Brimbank Stallions FC
(Football Victoria)
Awer MABILCadiz CF, Spain28 (7)Saint Augustines FC
(Football South Australia)
Jamie MACLARENMelbourne City FC, Australia25 (8)Green Gully SC (Football Victoria)
Riley MCGREEMiddlesbrough FC, England9 (1)Gawler Eagles FC
(Football South Australia)
Connor METCALFEFC St. Pauli, Germany3 (0)South Cardiff FC
(Northern NSW Football)
Aaron MOOYCeltic FC, Scotland52 (7)Carlingford Redbacks FC
(Football NSW)
Andrew REDMAYNE (Gk)Sydney FC, Australia3 (0)Gosford City Dragons FC
(Football NSW)
Mathew RYAN (Gk) (Cpt)FC Copenhagen, Denmark74 (0)Blacktown City FC (Football NSW)
Trent SAINSBURYAl-Wakrah, Qatar60 (4)Armadale SC (Football West)
Ryan STRAINSt Mirren FC, Scotland0 (0)Aston Villa FC (UK)
Adam TAGGARTCerezo Osaka, Japan16 (6)ECU Joondalup SC (Football West)
Marco TILIOMelbourne City FC, Australia3 (0)APIA Leichhardt FC/Sydney Olympic FC (Football NSW)
Bailey WRIGHTSunderland AFC, England27 (2)Langwarrin SC (Football Victoria)
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Need to start finding some form now to at least have some sort of respectability when we get knocked out in the group stage.

Would be a bit concerned if we can't win/score a couple at home.
What time is the game?

Is it on free 2 air

Hopefully see Kuol come on rather than a Duke.

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Pretty open game, good to watch. At least we are moving the ball a bit quicker than previous outings, but the defensive stuff is a worry. Sainsbury is having a torrid time with Wood and NZ are impressive with their movement.

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