Australia men's national soccer team results (1980–1999)

The following details the Australia men's national soccer team results in competitive and also non-competitive (friendly) matches. Games are listed in chronological order, grouped by decade and year, from 1980 to 1999. The matches at the 1980 OFC Nations Cup are not counted as full internationals apart from the match against Papua New Guinea as they were the only team recognised as a FIFA member.[1]

1980sEdit

1980Edit

27 January 1980  Australia 0–4  Czechoslovakia Canberra, Australia
Jurkemik 24'
Vízek 34'
Nehoda 62'
Kozák 67'
Stadium: Canberra Stadium
Attendance: 15,283
Referee: C Bambridge (Australia)
3 February 1980  Australia 0–5  Czechoslovakia Sydney, Australia
Masný 46'
Gajdůšek 55'
Masný 63'
Kroupa 81'
Kozák 88'
Stadium: Sydney Sports Ground
Attendance: 14,368
Referee: Tony Boskovic (Australia)
9 February 1980  Australia 2–2  Czechoslovakia Melbourne, Australia
Prskalo 9' (pen.)
Krncevic 55'
Dobiaš 11' (pen.)
Nehoda 23'
Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Barry Harwood (Australia)
26 February 1980 1980 OFC Nations Cup  Australia 11–2  Papua New Guinea Nouméa, New Caledonia
Moulis ?'
Bertogna ?'
V. Bozanic ?'
I. Hunter ?', ?', ?'
Krncevic ?'
Sharne ?', ?', ?', ?'
Mouagi ?'
Torea ?'
Stadium: Nouméa Stadium
31 May 1980  Australia 1–2  England Sydney, Australia
G. Cole 88' (pen.) Hoddle 10'
Mariner 25'
Stadium: Sydney Cricket Ground
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Tony Boskovic (Australia)
12 June 1980  Australia 1–2  Northern Ireland Sydney, Australia
Sharne 85' Nicholl 11'
O'Neill 53'
Stadium: Sydney Cricket Ground
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: P Rampley (Australia)
15 June 1980  Australia 1–1  Northern Ireland Melbourne, Australia
Sharne 18' O'Neill 82' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: S Mellings (Australia)
18 June 1980  Australia 1–2  Northern Ireland Adelaide, Australia
Sharne ?' Brotherston 67'
McCurdey 77'
24 August 1980  Australia 2–2  Mexico Sydney, Australia
Boden 57' (pen.)
Yzendoorn 73'
Castro 39'
González 84'
Stadium: Sydney Sports Ground
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: C Bambridge (Australia)
26 August 1980  Australia 1–1  Mexico Melbourne, Australia
G. Cole 58' Castro 67' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Referee: C Bambridge (Australia)
11 November 1980  Australia 3–3  Greece Athens, Greece
G. Cole 24'
Barnes 84'
Selemidis 88'
Damanakis 25'
Domazos 67'
Dalikaris 89' (pen.)
Stadium: Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium
Attendance: 11,300
Referee: Vasilis Vourakis (Greece)
2 December 1980  Australia 1–0  Israel Be'er Sheva, Israel
G. Cole 28' (pen.) Stadium: Vasermil Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Zvi Sharir (Israel)
5 December 1980  Australia 0–1  Hong Kong Hong Kong
Lau Wing Yip 85' Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
Attendance: 9,548
7 December 1980  Australia 1–1  Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia
Henderson 13' Effendi 5' Stadium: Senayan Stadium
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Kossain Katradiredja (Indonesia)

1981Edit

25 April 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 3–3  New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Krncevic 15', 42'
Boden 31'
Grant Turner 25'
Steve Wooddin 34'
Steve Sumner 80'
Stadium: Mount Smart Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Gianfranco Menegali (Italy)
16 May 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 0–2  New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Steve Wooddin 29'
Grant Turner 81'
Stadium: Sydney Cricket Ground
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: George Courtney (England)
20 May 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 2–0  Indonesia Melbourne, Australia
Kosmina 29'
Davidson 33'
Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: V Garcia Olivera (Portugal)
10 June 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 3–2  Taiwan Adelaide, Australia
Henderson 18"'
Kosmina 56'
Byrne 68' (pen.)
Deng-Sheng Duh ?' Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 3,200
Referee: Vijit Getkaen (Thailand)
26 July 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 4–1  Fiji Suva, Fiji
Cole 4', 31'
Barnes 10'
Sharne 28'
Vuilanassa 83' Stadium: National Stadium
Attendance: 11,000
14 August 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 10–0  Fiji Melbourne, Australia
Mitchell 28', 43', 80'
Cole 37', 43', 54', 63', 70', 71', 76'
Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: A.Nobnom (Thailand)
30 August 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 0–1  Indonesia Surabaya, Indonesia
Risdianto 88' Attendance: 25,000
Referee: R Reyes (Philippines)
6 September 1981 World Cup qualifier  Australia 0–0  Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: T Gurkan (Philippines)

1982Edit

6 October 1982 Merlion Cup  Australia 4–0  Thailand Singapore
O'Connor ?'
Kosmina 46', 79'
Cole 71'
Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: N Chandra (Singapore)
11 October 1982 Merlion Cup  Australia 2–0  Indonesia Singapore
Mitchell 73', 77' Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Lee Kok Leong (Singapore)
14 October 1982 Merlion Cup  Australia 5–0  Malaysia Singapore.
Katholos 19', 37'
Kosmina 56'
O'Connor 64'
Cole 77'
Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Lee Kok Leong (Singapore)
17 October 1982 Merlion Cup  Australia 3–2  South Korea Singapore
O'Connor 17'
Mitchell 34'
Christopoulos 61'
Oh Suk Jae 59'
Park Chang Seun 83'
Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: N Chandra (Singapore)

1983Edit

27 February 1983 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 0–2  New Zealand Melbourne, Australia
Cole 66'
Adam 73'
Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Jack Johnston (Australia)
22 February 1983 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 1–2  New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Kosmina 36' Cresswell 47'
Ratcliffe 69' (o.g.)
Stadium: Mount Smart Stadium
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: William Munro (New Zealand)
12 June 1983  Australia 0–0  England Sydney, Australia
Stadium: Sydney Cricket Ground
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Tony Boskovic (Australia)
15 June 1983  Australia 0–1  England Brisbane, Australia
Walsh 36' Stadium: Lang Park
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Peter Rampley (Australia)
19 June 1983  Australia 1–1  England Melbourne, Australia
Neal 27' (o.g.) Francis 25' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Jack Johnston (Australia)
10 December 1983 Merlion Cup  Australia 2–0  Thailand Singapore
Murphy ?'
Kosmina ?'
Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
15 December 1983 Merlion Cup  Australia 3–1  South Korea Singapore
Kosmina 17'
O'Connor 58'
Cant 74'
Lee Hyun-Chul 37' Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
18 December 1983 Merlion Cup  Australia 4–2  Singapore Singapore
Watson ?'
Kosmina ?'
Campbell ?'
O'Connor ?'
?'
?'
Stadium: Singapore National Stadium

1984Edit

3 November 1984  Australia 2–3  China PR Beijing, China
Kosmina ?', ?' ?' ?' ?'

1985Edit

21 September 1985 World Cup qualifier  New Zealand 0–0  Australia Auckland, New Zealand
Report Stadium: Mount Smart Stadium
Attendance: 14,826
Referee: Keith Hackett (England)
27 September 1985 Friendly  Australia 3–0  China PR Brisbane, Australia
Kosmina 9'
Crino 14'
Watson 63'
Report Stadium: Lang Park
Attendance: 4,823
Referee: Bill Monteverde (Australia)
5 October 1985 World Cup qualifier  Israel 1–2  Australia Ramat Gan, Israel
Armeli 65' Report Mitchell 46'
Kosmina 49'
Stadium: Ramat Gan Stadium
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Luigi Agnolin (Italy)
20 October 1985 World Cup qualifier  Australia 1–1  Israel Melbourne, Australia
Ratcliffe 46' Report Cohen 46' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: José Rosa dos Santos (Portugal)
23 October 1985 World Cup qualifier  Australia 7–0  Taiwan Adelaide, Australia
Dunn 2', 89' (pen.)
Chiang 13' (o.g.)
Mitchell 57', 59', 87'
Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: John Cameron (New Zealand)
27 October 1985 World Cup qualifier  Australia 8–0  Taiwan Sydney, Australia
Odžakov 41', 56', 69'
Crino 52'
Kosmina 65' (pen.), 72', 88'
Gray 89'
Report Stadium: St George Stadium
Attendance: 2,694
Referee: Bill Munro (New Zealand)
3 November 1985 World Cup qualifier  Australia 2–0  New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Kosmina 12'
Mitchell 48'
Report Stadium: Sydney Sports Ground
Attendance: 21,910
Referee: Gerard Guerds (Netherlands)
20 November 1985 World Cup qualifier  Scotland 2–0  Australia Glasgow, Scotland
Cooper 53'
McAvennie 59'
Report Stadium: Hampden Park
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Vojtech Christov (Czechoslovakia)
4 December 1985 World Cup qualifier  Australia 0–0  Scotland Melbourne, Australia
Report Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 29,500
Referee: José Roberto Wright (Brazil)

1986Edit

3 August 1986  Australia 1–1  Czechoslovakia Melbourne, Australia
Arnold 90' Novak 24' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Chirs Bambridge (Australia)
6 August 1986  Australia 0–1  Czechoslovakia Adelaide, Australia
Griga 50' Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Don Campbell (Australia)
10 August 1986  Australia 0–3  Czechoslovakia Sydney, Australia
Kula 23'
Kubík 53' (pen.), 85'
Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 10,150
Referee: Richard Lorenc (Australia)
25 October 1986 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 1–1  New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Arnold 55' Deeley 60'
Turner Yellow card ?' Red card 75'
Stadium: Mount Smart Stadium
Attendance: 3,156
Referee: Garry Fleet (New Zealand)
2 November 1986 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 2–1  New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Arnold 29'
Zinni 74'
Deeley 85' Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 4,800
Referee: Gary Power (Australia)
23 November 1986  Australia 2–0  China PR Canton, China
Kalantzis ?'
Arnold ?'
Stadium: Canton Stadium

1987Edit

2 September 1987 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 1–1  New Zealand Melbourne, Australia
Zinni 68' Ironside 82' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Chris Bambridge (Australia)
9 September 1987 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 0–1  New Zealand Lower Hutt, New Zealand
de Jong 18' Stadium: Hutt Recreation Ground
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Garry Fleet (New Zealand)
15 November 1987 Olympic qualifier  Australia 3–0  Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan
Arnold ?', ?'
Farina ?'

1988Edit

26 February 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 3–0  Taiwan Canberra, Australia
Arnold ?', ?'
Farina ?'
Report Stadium: Bruce Stadium
6 March 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 2–0  Israel Melbourne, Australia
Yankos 70' (pen.)
Farina 91'
Report Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 9,518
Referee: Hernan Silva Arci (Chile)
9 March 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 3–2  Taiwan Adelaide, Australia
Tobin ?'
Crino ?'
Patikas ?'
Report ?'
?'
Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
13 March 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 3–1  New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Patikas ?'
Farina ?'
Crino ?'
Report McGarry ?' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Referee: Hernan Silva (Chile)
20 March 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 0–0  Israel Christchurch, New Zealand
Report Stadium: Queen Elizabeth II Stadium
Referee: Georges Sandoz (Switzerland)
23 March 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 1–1  New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand
Farina ?' Report McGarry ?' Stadium: Athletic Park
Referee: Georges Sandoz (Switzerland)
27 March 1988 Olympic qualifier  Australia 3–0  Taiwan Auckland, New Zealand
Arnold ?'
Farina ?'
Wade ?'
Report Stadium: Eden Park
7 July 1988  Australia 0–1  Brazil Melbourne, Australia
Report Romário 31' Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 11,214
Referee: Richard Lorenc (Australia)
9 July 1988  Australia 3–0  Saudi Arabia Sydney, Australia
Ollerenshaw 6'
Farina 40', 82'
Report Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 11,214
Referee: Bill Monteverde (Australia)
14 July 1988  Australia 4–1  Argentina Sydney, Australia
Wade 4'
Yankos 43', 68' (pen.)
Bozinoski 80'
Report Ruggeri 31' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 18,985
Referee: Gary Power (Australia)
17 July 1988  Australia 0–2  Brazil Sydney, Australia
Report Romário 56'
Müller 67'
Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 28,161
Referee: Donald Campbell (Australia)
20 September 1988 Olympic Games  Australia 0–3  Brazil Seoul, Korea
Report[dead link] Romário 20', 57', 61' Stadium: Dongdaemun Stadium
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Tritschler (West Germany)
22 September 1988 Olympic Games  Australia 1–0  Nigeria Seoul, Korea
Kosmina 76' Report[dead link] Stadium: Dongdaemun Stadium
Attendance: 12,800
Referee: Listkiewicz (Poland)
12 October 1988 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 2–1  New Zealand Dunedin, New Zealand
Crino 60'
Ollerenshaw 74'
Report Ironside 77' Stadium: Caledonian Ground
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Lennox Sharp (New Zealand)
16 October 1988 Trans-Tasman Cup  Australia 2–0  New Zealand Bendigo, Australia
Lund 49' (o.g.)
Spink 68'
Report Stadium: Queen Elizabeth Oval
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Chris Bambridge (Australia)
20 November 1988 World Cup qualifier  Australia 0–1  Fiji Nadi, Fiji
Report Madigi 66' Stadium: Prince Charles Park
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Gary Fleet (New Zealand)
3 December 1988 World Cup qualifier  Australia 5–1  Fiji Newcastle, Australia
Yankos 9', 69' (pen.)
Spink 25'
Arnold 84'
Trimboli 87'
Report Dalai 89' Stadium: Macquarie Field
Attendance: 5,220
Referee: Kenneth Wallace (New Zealand)

1989Edit

12 March 1989 World Cup qualifier  Australia 4–1  New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Crino 16'
Arnold 42', 56'
Yankos 78' (pen.)
Dunford 70' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 13,621
Referee: Shizuo Takada (Japan)
19 March 1989 World Cup qualifier  Australia 1–1  Israel Ramat Gan, Israel
Yankos 72' Ohana 76' (pen.) Stadium: Ramat Gan Stadium
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Manfred Neumer (West Germany)
2 April 1989 World Cup qualifier  Australia 0–2  New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Dunford 19'
Wright 80'
Stadium: Mount Smart Stadium
Attendance: 3,340
Referee: Bin Singah (Singapore)
16 April 1989 World Cup qualifier  Australia 1–1  Israel Sydney, Australia
Trimboli 88' Ohana 40' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 40,320
Referee: Carlo Longhi (Italy)

1990sEdit

1990Edit

25 August 1990 Indonesian Independence Cup Final Indonesia  0–3  Australia Jakarta, Indonesia
Report 55', 76' Wade
63' Zinni
Stadium: Senayan Stadium
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Japan N Yasunori
6 September 1990 South Korea  1–0  Australia Seoul, South Korea
Byung-Joo 17' Report= Stadium: Tongdaemun Stadium
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: South Korea Kil Ki-Chul
9 September 1990 South Korea  1–0  Australia Busan, South Korea
Jung-Won 70' Report Stadium: Kudok Stadium
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: South Korea Choi Kil-Soo

1991Edit

30 January 1991 Australia  0–1  Czechoslovakia Melbourne, Australia
Report 44' Kristofik Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 6,854
Referee: Australia Christopher Bambridge
6 February 1991 Australia  0–2  Czechoslovakia Sydney, Australia
Report 59' Kula
87' Grussmann
Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 8,221
Referee: Australia John McConnell
12 May 1991 Trans-Tasman Cup New Zealand  0–1  Australia Christchurch, New Zealand
Report 44' Milosevic Stadium: QEII Stadium
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: New Zealand Gary Fleet
15 May 1991 Trans-Tasman Cup Australia  2–1  New Zealand Adelaide, Australia
Petersen 46'
A. Vidmar 50'
Report 75' Roberts Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Australia B Monteverde
1 June 1991 Australia  0–1  England Sydney, Australia
Report 75' (og) Gray Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 35,742
Referee: New Zealand Barry Tasker
14 June 1991 South Korea  0–0  Australia Seoul, South Korea
Report Stadium: Tongdaemun Stadium
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Thailand Witaya Wongsmarn

1992Edit

26 January 1992 Australia  0–0  Sweden Sydney, Australia
Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 13,456
Referee: Australia Gary Power
29 January 1992 Australia  1–0  Sweden Adelaide, Australia
Edwards 77' Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 9,301
Referee: Australia Tom McRoe
2 February 1992 Australia  1–0  Sweden Melbourne, Australia
Wade 66' Report Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 10,800
Referee: Australia John Fraser
8 July 1992 Australia  3–1  Croatia Adelaide, Australia
Tapai 10'
Spink 14'
van Blerk 80'
Report Weber 31'
Stimac
Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Australia Tom McRoe
13 June 1992 United States  0–1  Australia Orlando, USA
Report 85' Spink Stadium: Citrus Bowl
Attendance: 17,400
Referee: United States Ed Cummings
18 June 1992 Argentina  2–0  Australia Buenos Aires, Argentina
Batistuta 47' (pen.), 57' Report Stadium: Estadio Monumental
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Uruguay Eduardo Dluzniewski
21 June 1992 Uruguay  2–0  Australia Montevideo, Uruguay
Martínez 74'
Larrea 84'
Report Stadium: Centenario Stadium
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Argentina Juan Carlos Loustau
5 July 1992 Australia  1–0  Croatia Melbourne, Australia
Marth 62' Report Jelicic Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Australia John Fraser
12 July 1992 Australia  0–0  Croatia Sydney, Australia
Report Vucevic Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 12,735
Referee: Australia Gary Power
14 August 1992 Indonesia  0–3  Australia Jakarta, Indonesia
Report 63' Edwards
71' Gray
84' Wade
Stadium: Gelora Bung Karno Stadium
Attendance: 2,500
11 August 1992 Australia  0–1  Malaysia Jakarta, Indonesia
Report 70' Ravindran Stadium: Gelora Bung Karno Stadium
4 September 1992 WC Qualifier Solomon Islands  1–2  Australia Honiara, Solomon Islands
Vato 83' Report 8' Veart
86' McCulloch
Referee: New Zealand Gary Fleet
11 September 1992 WC Qualifier Tahiti  0–3  Australia Papeete, Tahiti
Report 2' Mori
44' Veart
57' Wade
Referee: New Zealand Lennox Sharp
20 September 1992 WC Qualifier Australia  2–0  Tahiti Brisbane, Australia
Veart 11'
Durakovic 62'
Report Stadium: Perry Park
Referee: Vanuatu Kaltatak Kalokis
26 September 1992 WC Qualifier Australia  6–1  Solomon Islands Newcastle, Australia
Genc 4'
Gray 60'
Wade 67'
Veart 83'
Brown 85'
Durakovic 88'
Report Ashley 6' Stadium: Hunter Stadium
Referee: Fiji Intaz Shah

1993Edit

19 April 1993  Australia 1–3  Kuwait Singapore
Wade 18' (pen.) Report Mohammad 59'
Al Houwaidi 65'
Al Hadiyah 79'
Stadium: Singapore National Stadium
30 May 1993 WC Qualifier  Australia 1–0  New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand
Arnold 55' Report Stadium: Mount Smart Stadium
Attendance: 10,952
Referee: Bo Karlsson  Sweden
6 June 1993 WC Qualifier  Australia 3–0  New Zealand Melbourne, Australia
Veart 1'
A Vidmar 3'
Zelic 49'
Report Stadium: Olympic Park Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Jacobs Ullenberg  Netherlands
31 July 1993 WC Qualifier  Australia 1–2  Canada Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Dasovic 44' (o.g.)
Zabica
Report Watson 52'
Mobilio 57'
Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium
Attendance: 27,775
Referee: Arturo Carter  Mexico
15 August 1993 WC Qualifier  Australia 2–1
(3-3 on aggregate aet)

(4–1 p)
 Canada Sydney, Australia
Farina 46'
Durakovic 77'
Report Hooper 55' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 25,982
Referee: Shin-Ichiro Obata  Japan
Penalties
Wade soccer ball with check mark
Vidmar soccer ball with check mark
Tobin soccer ball with check mark
Farina soccer ball with check mark
soccer ball with check mark Mitchell
soccer ball with red X Bunbury
soccer ball with red X Sweeney
24 September 1993  Australia 1–1  South Korea Seoul, South Korea
Mori 85' Report Seo Jung-won 35'
26 September 1993  Australia 0–1  South Korea Seoul, South Korea
Report Choi Moon-sik 75'
31 October 1993 WC Qualifier  Australia 1–1  Argentina Sydney, Australia
A Vidmar 43' Report Balbo 37' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 43,967
Referee: Sandor Puhl  Hungary
17 November 1993 WC Qualifier  Australia 0–1  Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina
Report Tobin 58' (o.g.) Stadium: Estadio Monumental
Attendance: 59,768
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen  Denmark

1994Edit

22 May 1994 Kirin Cup Australia  1–1  Japan Hiroshima, Japan
17:00 A Vidmar 67' Report Asano 10' Stadium: Big Arch Stadium
Attendance: 27,350
Referee: Pirom Un-Prasert  Thailand
26 May 1994 Kirin Cup Australia  0–1  France Kobe, Japan
17:00 Report Cantona 43' Stadium: Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 16,743
Referee: Masayoshi Okada  Japan
8 June 1994 Australia  1–0  South Africa Adelaide, Australia
A Vidmar 11' [www.ozfootball.net/ark/Socceroo/1994A.html Report] Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 10,203
Referee: Gerry Connolly  Australia
12 June 1994 Australia  1–0  South Africa Sydney, Australia
17:00 Polak 38' (pen) [www.ozfootball.net/ark/Socceroo/1994A.html Report] Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 17,769
Referee: Richard Lorenc  Australia
24 September 1994 Australia  0–0  Kuwait Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
17:00 [www.ozfootball.net/ark/Socceroo/1994A.html Report] Stadium: Stadium Merdeka
29 September 1994 Japan  0–0  Australia Tokyo, Japan
17:00 [www.ozfootball.net/ark/Socceroo/1994A.html Report] Stadium: National Stadium
Attendance: 44,253

1995Edit

8 February 1995 Friendly Matches Australia  0–0  Colombia Brisbane, Australia
Report Stadium: Lang Park
Attendance: 13,212
Referee: Australia John Fraser
11 February 1995 Friendly Matches Australia  0–1  Colombia Sydney, Australia
Report 66' Ricard Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Australia Eugene Brazzale
15 February 1995 Friendly Matches Australia  2–1  Japan Sydney, Australia
Markovski 6'
Corica 41'
Report 16' Hasegawa Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 4,541
Referee: Australia Richard Lorenc
18 June 1995 Friendly Matches Australia  2–1  Ghana Sydney, Australia
Vidmar 5'
Arnold 37'
Report 82' Kumah Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 18,446
Referee: Australia Simon Micallef
21 June 1995 Friendly Matches Australia  1–0  Ghana Adelaide, Australia
Veart 19' Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Australia Gerry Connelly
24 June 1995 Friendly Matches Australia  0–1  Ghana Perth, Australia
Report 32'Yahya Stadium: WACA Ground
Attendance: 11,634
Referee: Australia Eddie Lennie
30 June 1995 Friendly Matches Argentina  2–0  Australia Quilmes, Argentina
Balbo 7'
Batistuta 89'
Report Stadium: Estadio Centenario
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Paraguay U Aquino
10 November 1995 OFC Nations Cup Semi Final
also Trans-Tasman Cup
New Zealand  0–0  Australia Christchurch, New Zealand
Report Stadium: Queen Elizabeth II Park
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: New Zealand Barry Tasker
15 November 1995 OFC Nations Cup Semi Final
also Trans-Tasman Cup
Australia  3–0  New Zealand Newcastle, Australia
Mori 33'
Wade 45', pen'
Spiteri 51'
Report Stadium: Breakers Stadium
Attendance: 8,858
Referee: Australia Simon Micallef

1996Edit

10 February 1996 Friendly Matches Australia  1–4  Japan Wollongong, Australia
Awaritefe 87' Report 35' Yamaguchi
60', 85' Takagi
89' Moriyasu
Stadium: Brandon Park
Attendance: 8,396
Referee: Australia Brett Hugo
14 February 1996 Friendly Matches Australia  3–0  Japan Melbourne, Australia
Mori 15'
Spiteri 70'
Bingley 74'
Report Stadium: Lakeside Stadium
Attendance: 4,397
25 February 1996 Friendly Matches Australia  0–2  Sweden Brisbane, Australia
Report 86', 87' Andersson Stadium: Lang Park
Referee: Australia Eugene Brazzale
28 February 1996 Friendly Matches Australia  0–0  Sweden Sydney, Australia
Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 13,905
Referee: Australia Eddie Lennie
27 March 1996 Friendly Matches Scotland  1–0  Australia Glasgow, United Kingdom
Ally McCoist 53' Report Stadium: Hampden Park
Attendance: 20,608
24 April 1996 Friendly Matches Chile  3–0  Australia Antofagasta, Chile
Zamorano 52', 82'
Valencia 62'
Report Stadium: Estadio Regional de Antofagasta
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Argentina Robert Ruscio
14 September 1996 Friendly Matches Ghana  0–2  Australia Durban, South Africa
Report 46' Mori
69' Trimboli
Stadium: Kings Park Stadium
Attendance: 46,000
Referee: South Africa Mathabela
18 September 1996 Friendly Matches South Africa  2–0  Australia Johannesburg, South Africa
Moshoeu 13'
Williams 71'
Report Stadium: Johannesburg Athletics Stadium
Attendance: 29,632
Referee: Kenya Suleiman Gharib
21 September 1996 Friendly Matches Kenya  0–4  Australia Pretoria, South Africa
Report 32' Polak
37' Spink
68' Mori
78' (pen) Tobin
Stadium: Loftus Versveld
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: South Africa Ian McLeod
27 October 1996 OFC Nations Cup Final Tahiti  0–6  Australia Papeete, Tahiti
Report 5' Tapai
20' Trimboli
25', 28', 44', 89' Trajanovski
Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: New Zealand Barry Tasker
1 November 1996 OFC Nations Cup Final Australia  5–0  Tahiti Canberra, Australia
Hooker 11'
Trajanovski 21', 36', 54'
Raumati 31', og'
Report Stadium: Bruce Stadium
Attendance: 9,421
Referee: Fiji Intaz Shah

1997Edit

18 January 1997 Friendly match Australia  1–0  New Zealand Melbourne, Australia
Bingley 24' Report Stadium: Lakeside Stadium
Attendance: 10,496
Referee: Australia Eugene Brazzale
22 January 1997 Friendly match Australia  2–1  South Korea Brisbane, Australia
Bingley 36'
Edwards 72'
Report 76' Seok Ju Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 15,161
Referee: Australia Simon Micallef
25 January 1997 Friendly match Australia  1–0  Norway Sydney, Australia
Hooker 72' Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 17,429
Referee: Australia Eddie Lennie
12 March 1997 Friendly match Macedonia  0–1  Australia Skopje, Macedonia
Report 89' A. Vidmar Stadium: Philip II Arena
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Kingdom of Yugoslavia Slavko Radulovic
2 April 1997 Friendly match Hungary  1–3  Australia Budapest, Hungary
Klausz 31' Report 4', 90' A. Vidmar
90' Muscat
Stadium: Nepstadion
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Germany Hermann Albrecht
11 June 1997 WCQ Second round Australia  13–0  Solomon Islands Sydney, Australia
Mori 2', 15', 37', 55', 82'
Aloisi 34', 54', 83', 88', 89'
Foster 69'
Tapai 80'
Bosnich 90' (pen.)
[1] Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 3,127
Referee: New Zealand Bruce Grimshaw
13 June 1997 WCQ Second round Australia  5–0  Tahiti Sydney, Australia
A. Vidmar 17'
Trimboli 43', 45'
Arnold 46'
Bingley 66'
Report Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 2,869
Referee: New Zealand Brian Precious
17 June 1997 WCQ Second round Australia  6–2  Solomon Islands Sydney, Australia
Slater 16'
Arnold 17'
Kaierea 39' (og)
Tapai 47', 51'
A. Vidmar 77' (pen.)
Report 63' Peli
70' Suri
Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 2,122
Referee: New Zealand Brian Precious
19 June 1997 WCQ Second round Australia  2–0  Tahiti Sydney, Australia
Zelic 10'
Trimboli 89'
Report Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 2,918
Referee: New Zealand Bruce Grimshaw
28 June 1997 WCQ Final round New Zealand  0–3  Australia Auckland, New Zealand
Report 18' Aloisi
42' A. Vidmar
66' Foster
Stadium: North Harbour Stadium
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Japan Okada Masayoshi
6 July 1997 WCQ Final round Australia  2–0  New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Zelic 6'
Arnold 42'
Report Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 14,045
Referee: Syria Jamal Al Sharif
1 October 1997 Friendly match Tunisia  0–3  Australia Tunis, Tunisia
Report 1' A. Vidmar
23' Viduka
76' Bingley
Stadium: El Menzah Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Algeria Abderrahmane Ben Betka
22 November 1997 WCQ play-off Iran  1–1  Australia Tehran, Iran
Azizi 40' Report 19' Kewell Stadium: Azadi Stadium
Attendance: 128,000
Referee: Italy Pierluigi Pairetto
29 November 1997 WCQ play-off Australia  2–2  Iran Melbourne, Australia
Kewell 32'
A. Vidmar 48'
Report 71' Bagheri
75' Azizi
Stadium: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Attendance: 98,000
Referee: Hungary Sándor Puhl
12 December 1997 Confederations Cup Group stage Australia  3–1  Mexico Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Viduka 45'
Aloisi 60'
Mori 90'
Report 81' (pen.) Hernández Stadium: King Fahd Stadium
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Thailand Pirom Un-Prasert
14 December 1997 Confederations Cup Group stage Australia  0–0  Brazil Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Report Stadium: King Fahd Stadium
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Niger Lucien Bouchardeau
16 December 1997 Confederations Cup Group stage Saudi Arabia  1–0  Australia Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Al-Khilaiwi 40' Report Stadium: King Fahd Stadium
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Argentina Javier Castrilli
19 December 1997 Confederations Cup Semi-final Australia  1–0  Uruguay Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Kewell 90+2' Report Stadium: King Fahd Stadium
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Russia Nikolai Levnikov
21 December 1997 Confederations Cup Final Brazil  6–0  Australia Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Ronaldo 15', 28', 59'
Romário 38', 53', 75' (pen.)
Report Stadium: King Fahd Stadium
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Thailand Pirom Un-Prasert

1998Edit

7 February 1998 Friendly Matches Australia  0–1  Chile Melbourne, Australia
Report 19' Acuna Stadium: Olympic Park
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Australia Gerry Connolly
11 February 1998 Friendly Matches Australia  1–0  South Korea Sydney, Australia
46' Tapai Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 9,823
Referee: Australia Brett Hugo
15 February 1998 Friendly Matches Australia  0–3  Japan Adelaide, Australia
Report 6' (pen) Nakata
66', 70' Hirano
Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 9,541
Referee: Australia Mark Shield
6 June 1998 Friendly Matches Croatia  7–0  Australia Zagreb, Croatia
14', pen', 37', 63', pen' Šuker
47', 83' Boban
40' Prosinečki
72' Kozniku
Report Stadium: Maksimir Stadium
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Austria Gerd Grabher
25 September 1998 OFC Nations Cup Group Stage Australia  3–1  Fiji Brisbane, Australia
2', 25', 44' Mori Report 62' Masinisu Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 900
Referee: New Zealand Bruce Grimshaw
28 September 1998 OFC Nations Cup Group Stage Australia  16–0  Cook Islands Brisbane, Australia
1', 12', 63' Trimboli
8', 15', 30', 34' Mori
17', 89' Maloney
42' Ceccoli
48', 68', 76', 88' Trajanovski
66' Chipperfield
80' Halpin
Report Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 900
Referee: French Polynesia Massimo Raveino
2 October 1998 OFC Nations Cup Semi Final Australia  4–1  Tahiti Brisbane, Australia
1', 32', 81' Mori
86' Veart
Report Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 900
Referee: Fiji Intaz Shah
4 October 1998 OFC Nations Cup Final Australia  0–1  New Zealand Brisbane, Australia
Report 24' Burton Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: French Polynesia Massimo Raveino
6 November 1998 Friendly Matches United States  0–0  Australia San Jose, USA
Report Stadium: Spartan Stadium
Attendance: 15,074
Referee: Canada Mike Siefert

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Socceroo 1980 Matches". ozfootball.net. Retrieved 18 January 2020.

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