FFA Statement: Johnson urges open dialogue and collaboration during COVID-19 pandemic
Football Federation Australia (FFA) CEO, James Johnson, has called for strong dialogue and collaboration across the game during the COVID-19 pandemic. Johnson said: "These are unprecedented and extremely difficult times for the sport and our nearly 2 million participants acro
Stay active & stay connected with the second #PlayAtHomeChallenge!
The grassroots season around Australia may have been postponed but you can keep football in your life with the #PlayAtHomeC...nge. While it is important to practise social distancing during this time of uncertainty, it has never been more important to be active, connect with
Watch: Full match of Socceroos v Uruguay in FIFA World Cup 2006 play-off
On Tuesday night the Socceroos were supposed to face Nepal in a FIFA World Cup qualifi.... Instead, after requests from fans, we're going to relive one of the Socceroos' greatest nights in their history. Tune in from 7:30pm AEDT on Tuesday on Facebook or Youtube to watch the
Flashback: Australia record history-making win over Germany
On Sunday, nine years ago, the Socceroos left one of world football's powerhouses on the floor. Australia beat Germany 2-1 on March 29, 2011, in Mönchengladbach, with goals from David Carney and Luke Wilkshire ensuring a famous victory. It came only months after Australia's
Former Socceroos, FFA teams up with Australian Red Cross to support Australian community’s response to COVID-19
Football Federation Australia (FFA) is lending its voice to Australian Red Cross' work, supporting some of the most vulnerable caught up in COVID-19 pandemic across the country. As the largest club-based participation sport in the country with a participation base of approxima
Introducing our Football Skills Hub
Introducing our new Football Skills Hub! Football Federation Australia, in collaboration with our Member Federations, has launched the official Skills Hub as another component of the #PlayAtHomeC...allenge. The Skills Hub allows you to stay connected with the Football community
On this day: Irvine heads in first Socceroos goal as Amini makes debut
Three years ago today, Jackson Irvine scored his first ever goal for the Socceroos. Irvine, who was at the time starring in the Championship for Burton Albion, rose highest to nod in James Troisi's cross to give Australia an early lead against the United Arab Emirates in Sydne
How Vukovic’s incredible Socceroos debut almost didn’t happen
Goalkeeper Danny Vukovic has revealed how his memorable Socceroos debut two years ago almost didn't happen. Vukovic became the oldest player in more than 50 years to debut for the Socceroos when he came off the bench against Colombia on the day of his 33rd birthday ? March 27,
Flashback Friday: Socceroos turn England green and gold at Upton Park
There's nothing Australian fans love more than getting one over England in any sport, but especially football. While the nations haven't played all that often in recent years ? just three times in the last 30 years ? one of those matches stands out from the others for Socceroo
Who am I? Guess the Socceroo....
Every Thursday we're going to be giving fans the chance to test their knowledge by guessing who the Socceroo player is from the clues we give. And this week it's a real tricky one! We've provided names of five players who our Socceroos star has played alongside during their
How Socceroos staff are supporting Aussies Abroad through COVID-19
FFA's High Performance Coordinator Andrew Clark has given an insight how Australian players are coping abroad during the COVID-19 crisis. The football world has been thrown into chaos in recent months with leagues around the globe postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Socceroos Podcast | Episode 1: Mustafa Amini
The first Socceroos podcast is here! In our first episode, Mustafa Amini joins us from Denmark to discuss how he's dealing with COVID-19 just days after the berth of his first child. The AGF Aarhus midfielder reveals his favourite Socceroos memories and realisations over th