The Socceroo - get your issue at the game
If you're heading along to cheer on the returning Socceroos at Suncorp Stadium and Aussie Stadium don't forget to pick up a copy of the official souvenir match day programme - The Socceroo.
Issue 2 for the Paraguay game at SunCorp includes a look back at the pioneers of the Australian game with an exclusive selection of historic Socceroos images, relive the moment we hammered England 3-1, meet rising star Neil Kilkenny and Socceroo fan Nash Catchlove, then say farewell to legends Tony Popovic and Stan Lazaridis. Also get the inside track on visitor's Paraguay and the whole Socceroos squad.
Issue 3 for the Bahrain game looks back at Kevin Muscat's game winning penalty against Uruguay in 2001 and then looks forward to next year's Asian Cup and Australia's challengers for the crown. We speak to Jason Culina and retiring legend Tony Popovic and profile rising star Kristian Sarkies and superfan Adam "Tunna" Tenini. That's all in addtion to the indepth look at opponents Bahrain and the Socceroos squad.
Socceroos still alive after thrilling draw with Denmark
The Socceroos remain alive at the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ after coming from behind to draw 1-1 with Denmark in Samara on Thursday night. In another rousing performance in Russia, the Socceroos recovered from falling behind inside seven minutes before showing great resolve to get
‘The best performance by a winger at the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ so far’
He might play in the Bundesliga and be one of the more experienced players in the Socceroos squad but Mathew Leckie’s performance in the draw with Denmark was a real coming-of-age for the winger. While the “official” FIFA man-of-the-match was Christian Eriksen, there 27-year-o
‘We deserved more’: van Marwijk reacts to draw with Denmark
Bert van Marwijk says he’s disappointed the Socceroos didn’t take all three points against Denmark, believing they did enough to claim victory in their Group C clash at the FIFA World Cup™ on Thursday. Despite falling behind early to a Christian Eriksen stunner, Australia regr
What’s next for the Socceroos at the FIFA World Cup™?
The Socceroos kept their hopes of a berth in the Round of 16 alive with their pulsating 1-1 draw against Denmark in Samara on Thursday night (AEST). It was an excellent performance from Bert van Marwijk’s side, who were unlucky not to take all three points after dominating the