Head Coach Graham Arnold
Graham Arnold is the current Head Coach of the Socceroos.
It is his second stint after taking over in 2006 after the FIFA World Cup in Germany, where he served as assistant coach with Guus Hiddink.
Arnold also represented Australia 56 times as a striker during an international career spanning 12 years, scoring 19 goals.
Arnold is a Premiership and Championship-winning Head Coach with Sydney FC and the Central Coast Mariners in the A-League.
Arnold: Nobody gave us a chance - apart from us
In the lead-up to Australia's first Olympic Men's Football Tournament in over a decade, Graham Arnold continually reinforced his belief that 'the kids would shock the world'. On a balmy night in the North of Japan, they did exactly that. And putting a momentous sporting a
Arnold expects Olyroos to excel at Tokyo 2020
Olyroos Head Coach Graham Arnold is confident that his side are not just in Japan to 'make up the numbers' during the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Men's Football Tournament. The Olyroos kick off their first Olympic campaign in 13 years on Thursday evening, and despite being drawn in a
Arnold praises Socceroos' mentality following 'really tough camp'
With a flawless second round of FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying out of the way, Socceroos head coach Graham Arnold feels the mentality fostered by his players' achievements leaves them in perfect stead for the challenges that lie ahead. The Socceroos completed the second round
Arnold searches for his 'best side' with perfect record in sight
After heavily rotating his squad throughout the Socceroos' three June FIFA World Cup Qualifying victories, Graham Arnold is ready to settle on a winning formula ahead of their final match against Jordan. Goals from Mathew Leckie, Fran Karacic and Martin Boyle all but ensured
‘I think this team can shock the world’: Arnold looks to the future as Socceroos defeat Kuwait
It may have taken only 55 seconds for the Socceroos to find the net in their return to FIFA World Cup Qualifying action against Kuwait, however Graham Arnold believes his side is just getting started. Playing for the first time in 567 days, Australia cruised to a 3-0 victory o
New-look Socceroos 'starting from scratch' as Arnold targets four wins from four in Kuwait
Australia's perfect start to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022?? qualifying is ancient history, as far as Graham Arnold is concerned. Instead the Socceroos boss prefers to focus on the now, with four games ahead between June 4-16 (AEST) that will be crucial to carrying on the work st
Through adversity & sacrifice: How Graham Arnold learned what it means to be a Socceroo
Through his experiences as a player, assistant, and head coach over the years, Graham Arnold has lived out exactly what it means to be a Socceroo. As he prepares to lead the national team back into battle following its longest period of inactivity in 60 years, the Socceroos c
Arnold: Why the Socceroos will go all out in Kuwait
The Socceroos may only need a couple of victories to secure passage to the next phase of World Cup Qualifying, but Graham Arnold has his sights firmly set on another four wins from four when Australia return to action in Kuwait. While a strong start back in 2019 has them sat o
Graham Arnold's 'great headache' as Olympic preparations ramp up
"We have planned a great preparation in the month moving into the Olympics, and our first goal is getting the best players together." For Graham Arnold, the tough decision to select 18 players destined for Tokyo from a shortlist of 'over 50' is going to come down to one thing:
‘We will get stronger and stronger’: Arnold to name extended Socceroos squad for May/June Qualifiers
Graham Arnold revealed he is set to call on up to 34 players when the Socceroos reunite for the first time since November 2019. Last week the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) confirmed that Kuwait will host Australia's remaining Group B FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022? qualifiers
Graham Arnold welcomes Olyroos selection headaches after youth talent boom
With 150 days until the Tokyo 2020 Men's Football Tournament kicks off, Graham Arnold is more than pleased to be faced with some tough decisions around squad selection. As the countdown to Tokyo continues, it has been widely discussed how the Australian U-23's coach is faced