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Goodwin steals the show as Socceroos thump Lebanon 5-0 in Canberra

Australia have moved a step closer to qualifying for a sixth-straight FIFA World Cup after easing past Lebanon in Canberra, with winger Craig Goodwin the star.

Conflict forces Socceroos-Lebanon clash to Canberra

The Socceroos will play as the away team in Canberra after their World Cup qualifier against Lebanon was relocated due to the Middle East conflict.

Aussie Ange confirmed as new Tottenham boss on four-year deal

Ange Postecoglou has broken new ground for Australian football, becoming the first coach to take a Premier League job by clinching a four-year deal with Spurs.

Socceroo Harry Souttar joins Leicester in Australian record transfer

Socceroos central defender Harry Souttar has broken the transfer record for an Australian, signing for Premier League Leicester City for a fee of $26m.

Graham Arnold to lead Socceroos to 2026 World Cup

Graham Arnold has been reappointed as Socceroos coach until the end of the 2026 World Cup campaign, completing his turnaround from the verge of sacking.

Socceroos handed best World Cup finish

Australia's best performance at a FIFA World Cup has been rewarded with an 11th-place finish, ranking them above three former world champions.

Qatar World Cup: Socceroos’ best ever performance, and what it means for the game in Australia ahead of hosting the Women’s World Cup

Before the men’s FIFA World Cup commenced, the Socceroos’ most noteworthy contribution seemed likely to be their pre-emptive video campaign on human rights in host country Qatar.

Gallant Australia’s World Cup run comes to an end

The Socceroos' World Cup run has ended with a 2-1 defeat to Lionel Messi's Argentina in a round of 16 game in Qatar.

Home celebrations inspiring the Socceroos

The Socceroos are tapping into wild scenes of jubilation after their World Cup wins as more inspiration for their knockout clash with Argentina.

Graham Arnold tells Socceroos to get in Messi’s face

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold is telling his players to get in the face of Argentina's megastar Lionel Messi in their knockout World Cup clash.

World Cup fever as Socceroos unite nation

Football fever is building in Australia as fans make plans to cheer the Socceroos in their David-and-Goliath clash with football giants Argentina.

Socceroos down Denmark for spot in final 16 at World Cup

Mathew Leckie's stunning solo goal in a 1-0 win over Denmark has sent the Socceroos into the World Cup knock-out stages for just the second time.

Socceroos keep simple focus for crunch Denmark World Cup clash

Australia's coach Graham Arnold will not confuse his players with fresh tactics or overly focusing on Denmark.