Forward Martin Boyle
- Height 172cm
- D.O.B. 25/4/93
Debut: 17/11/2018 v South Korea
Socceroos Cap Number: 599
Current Club: Hibernian FC
Previous clubs: Montrose, Dundee, Al-Faisaly
Scottish-born Martin Boyle is one of the Socceroos’ bright attacking sparks, injecting pace and purpose into the team’s forward line. The Aberdeen-born winger forged quite the reputation in the Scottish Premiership with Hibernian, scoring 60 goals in nearly 250 appearances between 2014 and 2022. In the 2020/21 Premiership season, Boyle helped Hibernian notch a third-place finish and reach the Scottish Cup Final, scoring 12 league goals and assisting six others in a consistent season in Scotland.
Boyle left Hibs at the beginning of 2022 for Saudi Professional League side Al-Faisaly, but returned to the club where he has enjoyed immense success six months later. Despite his Socceroos career being in its infancy, Boyle had the privilege of leading the line on debut with Australian legend Tim Cahill on his final match. The match symbolised a potential change of guard toward the future of the Socceroos with Boyle playing a prominent role.
After scoring two and assisting another on his first start for Australia, Boyle unfortunately would not carry his form into the 2019 AFC Asian Cup after he suffered a serious knee injury in the lead up to the tournament. Boyle returned to fitness to come off the bench during the Socceroos’ FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Jordan in November 2019, before hitting top form at club level. Since 2021, he has been a mainstay for Australia.
International Friendly 2022/2023
Boyle raring to go and declared fit following injury scare
Subway Socceroos winger Martin Boyle missed Australia's clash with Bangladesh last Thursday night, but he says he's raring to go for the side's match against Palestine on Wednesday morning.Boyle recently recovered from an ACL injury that kept him out of Australia's Qatar 2022 Wor
Aussies Abroad: Duke scores, Boyle and Bos assist before heading into Socceroos camp
Mitch Duke and Awer Mabil were on target while Martin Boyle and Jordan Bos set up important goals as they prepare to enter Socceroos camp in form. Check out our wrap of all the recent Aussies Abroad action!READ MORE: Squad Notes: The potential debutants and returning players for
Aussies Abroad: Socceroos star in Scottish League Cup Quarter Final, Souttar returns
In a big few days of midweek fixtures, several Aussies starred in the Scottish League Cup Quarter Finals, Harry Souttar made his return for Leicester City and Brad Smith lifted the US Open Cup with Houston Dynamo.Check out our wrap of all the recent action and preview of what is
Boyle buries meaningful penalty against El Tri
When Martin Boyle stepped up to take a high-pressure spot kick against Mexico on Sunday, he did so eager to make amends. In 2022, Boyle took the responsibility of taking the first penalty in Australia's shootout against Peru for a place in the FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022. He lashed
Unrelenting Boyle back for ‘unfinished business’ with Socceroos
Martin Boyle is in line to get his first minutes back with the Subway Socceroos against Mexico on Sunday, targeting an illusive international tournament. READ MORE: Ultimate Guide: Mexico vs AustraliaREAD MORE: O'Neill intent on cementing Socceroos spot after strong start in Bel
WATCH: Duke & Boyle score | Aussies Abroad wrap
Mitch Duke scored his sixth J2 League goal of the season while Martin Boyle also found himself on the scoresheet in Scotland. Check out our wrap of all the recent Aussies Abroad action! Subway Socceroos Starting in the J2 League, where Mitch Duke (cap #559) played 82 mi
Aussies Abroad: Devlin and Boyle score in Europe, Hrustic and Circati begin league seasons in Italy
Ajdin Hrustic and Alessandro Circati will kick off their seasons in Italy while Cameron Devlin and Martin Boyle found the back of the net in the UEFA Conference League during the week. Check out our wrap of all the recent Aussies Abroad action and preview of what is to come!
Martin Boyle joins up with Socceroos
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 "Chief Vibes Officer" Martin Boyle has joined up with the Subway Socceroos during the team's two matches against Ecuador. The 29-year-old, who missed the World Cup in Qatar, having been out of action since October 2022 after scans revealed Boyle had a
Martin Boyle withdrawn from Socceroos’ FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ squad
Socceroos winger Martin Boyle will not participate in this year's FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ tournament after he succumbed to a knee injury. Head Coach Graham Arnold said Boyle and the team medical staff had done everything to try and prepare Boyle for the tournament, but were
Aussies Abroad Wrap: Boyle scores, Metcalfe assists
In another weekend of Aussies abroad action, Martin Boyle opened the scoring from the penalty spot but was substituted with an injury scare as Hibernian secured a big win while Connor Metcalfe came off the bench to assist in Germany. Check out our wrap of the Aussies Abroad ac
Aussies Abroad Preview: Duke's J2 League play-offs begin, Boyle vs Strain and Baccus
In another big weekend of Aussies Abroad action, Mitch Duke begins his quest for promotion to Japan's top flight while a number of our Subway Socceroos face off in Scotland once more. Check out our preview of all the upcoming Aussies Abroad action! Subway Socceroos