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Matilda's out-muscled

The Matilda's have lost their first international against Spain, 7-0.

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Matildas suffer Spain thrashing, a 25-year low

Matildas suffer Spain thrashing, a 25-year low

A Matildas team missing Sam Kerr and an array of stars has crashed to 25-year low in a 7-0 thrashing at the hands of Spain in Huelva.

  • by Staff reporters
Will the Socceroos take a stand in Qatar?

Will the Socceroos take a stand in Qatar?

“If football is to be a genuine force for good, the sport needs to take responsibility when human rights are violated.”

  • by J.J. Rose
‘The players know you’re there’: Being the Socceroos’ 12th man heading to Qatar

‘The players know you’re there’: Being the Socceroos’ 12th man heading to Qatar

Socceroos superfan Pablo Bateson is making the journey to Qatar in November for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. But what do you need to know before you go?

  • by Billie Eder
‘That phone call is due’: Mabil silences critic with La Liga move

‘That phone call is due’: Mabil silences critic with La Liga move

Socceroos star Awer Mabil has clinched a four-year deal with Cadiz in Spain’s top flight - the perfect response to a detractor who told him he wasn’t good enough to play in one of Europe’s top five leagues.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Perth Glory sign ex-Millwall, Bolton Wanderers defender Mark Beevers

Perth Glory sign ex-Millwall, Bolton Wanderers defender Mark Beevers

The 32-year-old Englishman arrives having spent the past three years with Peterborough United, during which time he was named in the League One team of the season.

  • by Justin Chadwick
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‘Game changer’: Schwarzer says Redmayne tactics could be a keeper

‘Game changer’: Schwarzer says Redmayne tactics could be a keeper

Socceroos great Mark Schwarzer believes Andrew Redmayne’s tactics in last week’s penalty shootout against Peru could be adopted by glovemen around the world.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Arnold wants A-League to kick off early to boost Qatar campaign

Arnold wants A-League to kick off early to boost Qatar campaign

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold will petition Australian soccer chiefs to start the domestic league season in time to give him the opportunity to run the rule over his home-based players.

  • by Billie Eder
After 100 years, Socceroos represent much more than sum of their parts

After 100 years, Socceroos represent much more than sum of their parts

No team represents modern Australia more than the Socceroos, which is why this week’s World Cup qualification resonated so deeply with so many.

  • by Dominic Bossi
What reaction to Redmayne’s antics says about good old Aussie bottle
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What reaction to Redmayne’s antics says about good old Aussie bottle

It’s always fun to observe the double, triple and quadruple standards of Australians when it comes to sportsmanship. The rest of the world wasn’t impressed.

  • by Malcolm Knox
New Zealand likely opponent for Socceroos’ World Cup farewell

New Zealand likely opponent for Socceroos’ World Cup farewell

The Socceroos won’t play a World Cup farewell, meaning the two games against New Zealand in September will be fans’ only chance to see the team before Qatar.

  • by Dominic Bossi