Generations of Socceroos
As we begin our celebrations of the Socceroos Centenary, we bring together Socceroos past and present in a new limited series to discuss eras and share stories from their time in the Green and Gold.
Episode 1: The Goalkeepers
Inside Camp with the U23's
Tune in for a daily catch-up with a couple of squad members in Uzbekistan for Australia's AFC U23 Asian Cup campaign.
Episode 1: Patrick Wood & Josh Rawlins
Episode 2: Alou Kuol & Josh Nisbet
Episode 3: Tyrese Francois & Jay Rich-Baghuelou
Episode 4: Joe Gauci & Louis D'Arrigo
Episode 5: Lachlan Brook, Cameron Peupion & Patrick Yazbek
Episode 6: Lewis Miller, Jacob Farrell & Lachlan Brook
The Socceroos Podcast - Aussies Abroad Edition!
In the lead-up to Australia's March 2022 FIFA window, we caught up with our overseas-based Socceroos to talk through their recent club action and provide an in-depth insight into life as an Aussie footballer abroad.
Episode 1: Awer Mabil
Episode 2: Trent Sainsbury
Episode 3: Joel King
Episode 4: Martin Boyle
The Olyroos Podcast
Released in the lead-up to the Tokyo 2020 Men's Football Tournament, check out a series of podcasts that allows you to learn a little bit more about members of our Olyroos squad.
Episode 1: Caleb Watts
Episode 2: Keanu Baccus
Episode 3: Ashley Maynard-Brewer
Episode 4: Dylan Pierias
Episode 5: Nathaniel Atkinson
READ MORE: Atkinson hungry to build on A-League success
Episode 6: Lachie Wales
Episode 7: Cameron Devlin
Socceroos Podcast | Brandon O'Neill: An empowering approach to life on and off the pitch
On the latest episode of The Socceroos Podcast, we chat with Socceroo cap #602, Brandon O'Neill. There are few professional footballers with an outlook on life like the Perth-born midfielder. Despite trying circumstances both on and off the field in recent, O'Neill has ado
'Hopefully they'll still have me': Jeggo's dreams to reunite with brother at NPL level
When James Jeggo moved from Austria to Australia as a child, his family immediately found a home with Green Gully Soccer Club. The Victorian club was where Jeggo and his brother played their first football on Australian soil, creating some treasured memories in the process.
Socceroos Podcast | James Jeggo: Thriving in Greece with Champions League in sight
On the latest episode of The Socceroos Podcast, we chat with Socceroo cap #601, James Jeggo. After almost five years playing in Austria's top flight, the Socceroos midfielder decided to take up a new challenge in joining Greek Super League side Aris FC. So far the move has
'They're not alone': James Jeggo shines light on cancer battle
Having recovered from the condition himself, James Jeggo knows as well as anyone the challenging journey that Rebekah Stott has in front of her after the New Zealand international was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. The Socceroos midfielder also praised international teamm
'I'm looking at the big picture': How Bailey Wright's university study is taking him full circle
While he is not planning on hanging up the boots any time soon, Socceroos defender Bailey Wright is already preparing for life after football. The 28-year-old is currently studying a Master in Sports Directorship, where fittingly, he has recently conducted a high-performance
'I was a fan before I even came to the club': The Socceroo inside Sunderland's revival
Populardocumentary series Sunderland Til' I Die may have captivated audiences around the world, but last year, Socceroo Bailey Wright's investment in the club's fortunes became a whole lot more personal. The defender became the first Australian international to sign for Sund
Socceroos Podcast | Bailey Wright: Sunderland's Socceroos scholar on 13-year adventure abroad
On the latest episode of the Socceroos Podcast we chat with Socceroo cap #576, Bailey Wright. For the last 13 years, Bailey has been based in the United Kingdom, plying his trade in some of the most physically tough leagues in the world. While millions of people across the
'No one deserves it more than him': Sainsbury on Ryan's journey to the top
Mat Ryan and Trent Sainsbury have both come a long way since their Central Coast Mariners days. The pair played their first senior football together at the A-League club nearly a decade ago and have gone on to play for a couple of Europe's biggest clubs. READ: 'I fell in
Sainsbury: Nikita Rukavytsya is 'basically the King of Israel'
Nikita Rukavystya has been no stranger to the limelight in recent times, with his unbelievable scoring streak inspiring Maccabi Haifa to a golden era in their history. The 33-year-old has scored nearly 50 goals in over 100 appearances for the club since joining back in 2016,
'I fell in love with football again': Kenny Lowe's advice that helped save Sainsbury's career
Since 2017, Trent Sainsbury has played club football in China, Italy, Switzerland, Netherlands, Israel and now Belgium. But back when he was a young aspiring footballer in Western Australia, the Socceroos defender came so close to giving it all up. It took a last-ditch ef