Australia women's national soccer team results (2000–2009)

The Australia women's national soccer team results for the period 2000 to 2009 inclusive.

Match resultsEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

2000Edit

7 January 2000 Australia Cup Australia   0–2   Sweden Sydney, Australia
Report Andersson   15'
Ljungberg   26'
Stadium: North Sydney Oval
10 January 2000 Australia Cup Australia   3–0   Czech Republic Melbourne, Australia
Tann-Darby   59'
Murray   60'
Black   86'
Report Stadium: Lakeside Stadium
13 January 2000 Australia Cup Australia   1–3   United States Adelaide, Australia
Forman   74' Report Kester   13'
Slaton   34'
Wagner   81'
Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
31 May 2000 Pacific Cup Australia   1–0   Japan Canberra, Australia
Duus   64' Report Stadium: Bruce Stadium
Attendance: 3,345
2 June 2000 Pacific Cup Australia   1–1
(4–5 p)
  China PR Sydney, Australia
Garriock   81' Report Sun Wen   3' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 10,049
Penalties
Garriock  
Forman  
Wilson  
Tann-Darby  
Salisbury  
 
 
 
 
  Sun Wen
4 June 2000 Pacific Cup Australia   0–2   Canada Sydney, Australia
Report Sinclair   32'
Burtini   43'
Stadium: Campbelltown Stadium
Attendance: 3,947
7 June 2000 Pacific Cup Australia   4–0   New Zealand Newcastle, Australia
Black   7'21'30'
Hughes   25'
Report Stadium: Hunter Region Athletics Centre
11 June 2000 Pacific Cup Australia   0–1   United States Newcastle, Australia
Report MacMillan   79' (pen.) Stadium: Breakers Stadium
8 August 2000 Friendly North Korea   2–0   Australia Pyongyang, North Korea
Song Ok Jo   4'
Sol Yong Suk   68'
Report Stadium: Yanggakdo Stadium
Attendance: ~15,000
11 August 2000 Friendly North Korea   2–1   Australia Pyongyang, North Korea
Song Ok Jo   68'
Ri Kyong Ae   90+2'
Report Forman   81' Stadium: Yanggakdo Stadium
Attendance: ~10,000
14 August 2000 Friendly China PR   3–0   Australia Yangzhou, China
Liu   30'
Sun Wen   77'
Jin Yan   85'
Report Attendance: 8,000
17 August 2000 Friendly China PR   0–0
(4–5 p)
  Australia Shanghai, China
Report Attendance: ~20,000
Penalties
 
 
Pan Lina  
 
 
  Garriock
  Forman
  Tann-Darby
  Small
  Peita-Claire Hepperlin
13 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia   0–3   Germany Canberra, Australia
Report Grings   39'
Wiegmann   70'
Lingor   90+'
Stadium: Bruce Stadium
Attendance: 24,800
Referee: Bola Abidoye (Nigeria)
16 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia   1–1   Sweden Sydney, Australia
Salisbury   57' Report Andersson   66' (pen.) Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 33,600
Referee: Sonia Denoncourt (Canada)
19 September 2000 Olympic Games Australia   1–2   Brazil Sydney, Australia
Hughes   33' Report Raquel   56'
Kátia   64'
Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Attendance: 29,400
Referee: Vibeke Karlsen (Norway)

2001Edit

11 January 2001 Australia Cup Australia   2–1   France Coffs Harbour, Australia
Revell   47'
Salisbury   49'
Report Lattaf   66' Stadium: Coffs Harbour International Stadium
Attendance: 5,118
Referee: Sheena Storrie
14 January 2001 Australia Cup Australia   1–1   France Lismore, Australia
Revell   80' Report Mugneret-Béghée   88' Stadium: Oakes Oval
Attendance: 2,350
Referee: Tammy Ogston
17 January 2001 Australia Cup Australia   1–0   France Gold Coast, Australia
Mann   55' Report Stadium: Carrara Stadium
Attendance: 1,422
Referee: Tammy Ogston

2002Edit

13 January 2002 Australia Cup Australia   1–0   South Korea Wagga Wagga, Australia
Mann   72' Report Stadium: Robertson Oval
Attendance: 3,712
16 January 2002 Australia Cup Australia   1–0   South Korea Albury, Australia
Peters   32' Report Stadium: Lavington Sports Ground
Attendance: 2,074
19 January 2002 Australia Cup Australia   4–1   South Korea Bendigo, Australia
Mann   29'
Golebiowski   66'
Black   75'
Garriock   79'
Report Suk Jung Jung   41' Stadium: Tom Flood Sports Oval
Attendance: 2,479
3 April 2002 Tournoi International de France Australia   0–0   Canada Poitiers, France
Report Stadium: Stade de la Pépinière
6 April 2002 Tournoi International de France Australia   1–1   Japan Angoulême, France
Golebiowski   31' Report Yoshie Kasajima   89' Stadium: Stade Lebon
9 April 2002 Tournoi International de France France   1–0   Australia Limoges, France
Pichon   37' Report Stadium: Stade municipal de Beaublanc
Attendance: 3,000
26 September 2002 Friendly Canada   2–0   Australia Burnaby, Canada
Morneau   62'84' Report Stadium: Swangard Stadium
28 September 2002 Friendly Canada   0–1   Australia Victoria, Canada
Report Golebiowski   64' Stadium: Centennial Stadium
2 October 2002 Nike U.S. Cup United States   4–0   Australia Cary, United States
Chastain   23'
Parlow   34'58'
MacMillan   74'
Report Stadium: SAS Stadium
Attendance: 2,661
6 October 2002 Nike U.S. Cup Australia   2–0   Russia Cary, United States
Golebiowski   12'
Peters   43'
Report Stadium: SAS Stadium
9 October 2002 Nike U.S. Cup Australia   0–1   Italy Cary, United States
Report Camporese   90' Stadium: SAS Stadium

2003Edit

29 January 2003 Australia Cup Australia   2–0   Mexico Canberra, Australia
Mann   9'45' Report Stadium: McKellar Park
Referee: Tammy Ogston
1 February 2003 Australia Cup Australia   1–3   Sweden Canberra, Australia
Golebiowski   38' Report Olsson   40'
Tornqvist   49'
Bengtsson   73'
Stadium: McKellar Park
Referee: Tammy Ogston
5 April 2003 OFC Women's Championship
World Cup qualifier
Australia   19–0   Samoa Canberra, Australia
Peters   5'35'50'79'
Golebiowski   16'42'46'61'
Davies   18'
Small   41'78'
Mann   53'58'85'87'
Wainwright   55'
Slatyer   56'57'
Garriock   72'
Report Stadium: McKellar Park
Attendance: 750
Referee: Rajendra Singh (Fiji)
7 April 2003 OFC Women's Championship
World Cup qualifier
Australia   11–0   Cook Islands Canberra, Australia
Crawford   41'48'
Davies   11'
Alagich   34'62' (pen.)
Karp   37'81'
Hohnke   59'
Small   65'
Amy Wilson   71'82'
Report Stadium: McKellar Park
Attendance: 600
Referee: Salaiau Sosongan (Papua New Guinea)
9 April 2003 OFC Women's Championship
World Cup qualifier
Australia   13–0   Papua New Guinea Canberra, Australia
Mann   5'41'49'55'
Peters   17'
Salisbury   29'81' (pen.)
Alagich   46'
Golebiowski   59'71'
Garriock   60'78'89'
Report Stadium: McKellar Park
Attendance: 600
Referee: Rajendra Singh (Fiji)
13 April 2003 OFC Women's Championship
World Cup qualifier
Australia   2–0   New Zealand Canberra, Australia
Peters   24'
Small   49'
Report Stadium: McKellar Park
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Rajendra Singh (Fiji)
25 July 2009 Friendly Australia   0–0   South Korea Sendai, Japan
Report Stadium: Yurtec Stadium Sendai
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Sachiko Baba (Japan)
25 July 2009 Friendly Japan   0–0   Australia Sendai, Japan
Report Stadium: Yurtec Stadium Sendai
Attendance: 1,768
Referee: Kyung-Hwa Han (South Korea)
28 August 2003 Friendly China PR   2–0   Australia Jinan, China
Teng Wei   15'
Pan Lina   52'
Report Stadium: Shandong Sport Centre Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
31 August 2003 Friendly China PR   2–0   Australia Qingdao, China
Xie Caixia   4'
Teng Wei   15'
Report Attendance: 10,000
4 September 2003 Friendly England   1–0   Australia Burnley, England
Yankey   1' Report Stadium: Turf Moor
Attendance: 4,349
6 September 2003 Friendly Scotland   0–1   Australia Livingston, Scotland
Report Salisbury   5' Stadium: City Stadium
Attendance: 220
Referee: Ian Frickleton (Scotland)
14 September 2003 Friendly Canada   2–0   Australia Kingston, Canada
Hooper   71'
Wilkinson   73'
Report Stadium: Richardson Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 10,068
21 September 2003 World Cup Australia   1–2   Russia Carson, United States
Golebiowski   38' Report Alagich   39' (o.g.)
Fomina   89'
Stadium: Home Depot Center
Attendance: 8,500
Referee: Bola Abidoye (Nigeria)
25 September 2003 World Cup China PR   1–1   Australia Carson, United States
Bai   46' Report Garriock   28' Stadium: Home Depot Center
Attendance: 13,929
Referee: Katriina Elovirta (Finland)
28 September 2003 World Cup Ghana   2–1   Australia Portland, United States
Sackey   34'39' Report Garriock   61' Stadium: PGE Park
Attendance: 19,132
Referee: Xonam Agboyi (Togo)

2004Edit

18 February 2004 Australia Cup Australia   2–0   New Zealand Brisbane, Australia
Mann   26'
Walsh   30'
Report Stadium: QE II Stadium
Referee: Jacqui Melksham
24 February 2004 Australia Cup Australia   0–0   China PR Brisbane, Australia
Report Stadium: QE II Stadium
Referee: Krystyna Szokolai
4 March 2004 Olympic Qualifiers Australia   10–0   Papua New Guinea Ba, Fiji
Gill   5'16'36'
De Vanna   23'33'
Walsh   30'
Peters   38'
Selin Kuralay   52'
Mann   65'77'
Report Stadium: Govind Park
Attendance: 300
Referee: Bentla D'Coth (India)
6 March 2004 Olympic Qualifiers Fiji   0–7   Australia Ba, Fiji
Report Harch   3'5'49'
Mann   18'59'
Foster   33'
Gill   90'
Stadium: Govind Park
Attendance: 600
Referee: Dongqing Zhang (China)
2 July 2004 Friendly China PR   1–1   Australia Beijing, China
Duan Fang Fang   74' Report De Vanna   34'
7 July 2004 Friendly Mexico   1–2   Australia Mexico City, Mexico
Domínguez   81' Report Walsh   26'31' Stadium: Estadio Azteca
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Quetzalli Alvarado Godinez (Mexico)
10 July 2004 Friendly Mexico   2–0   Australia Guadalajara, Mexico
Domínguez   81'90' Report Stadium: Estadio Jalisco
Referee: Virginia Tovar Diaz (Mexico)
21 July 2004 Friendly United States   3–1   Australia Blaine, United States
Boxx   56'
Hamm   76'
Wambach   81'
Report Small   5' Stadium: National Sports Center
Attendance: 10,276
Referee: Terry Vaughn (United States)
6 August 2004 Friendly Australia   1–0   Mexico Athens, Greece
Walsh   36' Report
11 August 2004 Olympic Games Brazil   1–0   Australia Thessaloniki, Greece
Marta   36' Report Stadium: Kaftanzoglio Stadium
Attendance: 25,152
Referee: Dagmar Damková (Czech Republic)
14 August 2004 Olympic Games Greece   0–1   Australia Heraklio, Greece
Report Garriock   27' Stadium: Pankritio Stadium
Attendance: 8,857
Referee: Bentla D'Coth (India)
17 August 2004 Olympic Games United States   1–1   Australia Thessaloniki, Greece
Lilly   19' Report Peters   82' Stadium: Kaftanzoglio Stadium
Attendance: 3,320
Referee: Christina Ionescu (Romania)
17 August 2004 Olympic Games Sweden   2–1   Australia Volos, Greece
Ljungberg   25'
Larsson   30'
Report de Vanna   48' Stadium: Panthessaliko Stadium
Attendance: 4,811
Referee: Dagmar Damková (Czech Republic)

2005Edit

28 January 2005 Four Nations Tournament Germany   0–1   Australia Quanzhou, China
Report De Vanna   53' Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Zhang Dong Qing (China)
30 January 2005 Four Nations Tournament China PR   3–0   Australia Quanzhou, China
Pan Lina   61'
Han Duan   63'
Ren Liping   65'
Report
1 February 2005 Four Nations Tournament Russia   0–5   Australia Quanzhou, China
Report Garriock   35'
De Vanna   27'
Gill   51'62'
Salisbury   85' (pen.)
26 March 2005 Friendly Australia   0–2   Japan Sydney, Australia
Report Ando   47'
Yanagita   62'
Stadium: Sydney Olympic Stadium
29 March 2005 Friendly Australia   2–1   Japan Sydney, Australia
Peters   20'
Kuralay   31'
Report Miyama   81' Stadium: Seymour Shaw Park
16 July 2005 Friendly China PR   1–2   Australia Tianjin, China
Ji Ting   60' Report Gill   27'
Peters   90'
Stadium: Minyuan Stadium
Attendance: 4,500
19 July 2005 Friendly China PR   2–0   Australia Tianjin, China
Zhang Ying   45'
Han Duan   56'
Report Stadium: Minyuan Stadium
Attendance: 7,000
23 July 2005 Friendly Japan   4–2   Australia Tokyo, Japan
Nagasato   27'44'
Ohno   43'
Tomoe Sakai   67'
Report De Vanna   14'
Peters   23' (pen.)
Attendance: 4,191
26 July 2005 Friendly South Korea   0–0   Australia Jeonju, South Korea
Report
28 July 2005 Friendly South Korea   3–0   Australia Jeonju, South Korea
unknown   56' unknown   58' unknown   67' Report
16 October 2005 Friendly United States   0–0   Australia Fullerton, United States
Report Stadium: Titan Stadium
Attendance: 5,394
Referee: Kari Seitz (United States) ; Jennifer Bennett (United States)
19 October 2005 Friendly Mexico   0–2   Australia El Paso, United States
Report Walsh   86'
Shipard   90'
Stadium: Patriot Stadium
Referee: Jennifer Bennett (United States)
25 November 2005 Friendly Australia   0–0   China PR Gosford, Australia
Report Stadium: Central Coast Stadium
Attendance: 1,900
Referee: Krystyna Szokolai
3 December 2005 Friendly Australia   0–0   China PR Sydney, Australia
Report Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Referee: Tammy Ogston

2006Edit

25 May 2006 Friendly Australia   2–1   Mexico Melbourne, Australia
Gill   75'
Salisbury   84'
Report Ocampo   13' Stadium: MCG
Referee: Tammy Ogston
28 May 2006 Friendly Australia   3–0   Mexico Melbourne, Australia
Burgess   58'
Peters   33'
De Vanna   90'
Report Stadium: Lakeside Stadium
30 May 2006 Friendly Australia   4–0   Mexico Melbourne, Australia
Munoz   44'45'75'
Walsh   60'
Report Stadium: SS Anderson Reserve
16 June 2006 Friendly China PR   2–1   Australia Shanghai, China
unknown   28' (o.g.)
Pu Wei   75' (pen.)
Report Walsh   48' Stadium: Shanghai FA Training Centre
19 June 2006 Friendly China PR   2–0   Australia Shanghai, China
unknown   38' unknown   44' Report Stadium: Oriental Green Boat Holiday Village
16 July 2006 Asian Cup
World Cup qualifier
Australia   4–0   South Korea Adelaide, Australia
Shin Sun-Nam   30' (o.g.)
Walsh   66'
Munoz   75'
De Vanna   87'
Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Bentla D'Coth (India)
18 July 2006 Asian Cup
World Cup qualifier
Australia   2–0   Myanmar Adelaide, Australia
Shipard   31'
De Vanna   77'
Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Dongqing Zhang (China)
22 July 2006 Asian Cup
World Cup qualifier
Australia   0–0   North Korea Adelaide, Australia
Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Mayumi Oiwa (Japan)
24 July 2006 Asian Cup
World Cup qualifier
Australia   5–0   Thailand Adelaide, Australia
Ferguson   3'
Burgess   27'
Walsh   53'
Gill   62'
De Vanna   81'
Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 400
Referee: Hong Eun-Ah (South Korea)
27 July 2006 Asian Cup
World Cup qualifier
Australia   2–0   Japan Adelaide, Australia
Munoz   10'
Peters   45'
Report Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Jenny Palmqvist (Sweden)
27 July 2006 Asian Cup Final
World Cup qualifier
Australia   2–2 (a.e.t.)
(2–4 p)
  China PR Adelaide, Australia
Munoz   29'
Peters   33'
Report Han Duan   68'
Ma Xiaoxu   73'
Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Mayumi Oiwa (Japan)
Penalties
McCallum  
Shipard  
Peters  
Ferguson  
  Ma Xiaoxu
  Bi Yan
  Li Jie
  Han Duan
29 October 2006 Peace Queen Cup Netherlands   0–1   Australia Gimhae, South Korea
Report Walsh   65' Stadium: Gimhae Stadium
Attendance: 13,800
Referee: Cha Sung Mi (South Korea)
31 October 2006 Peace Queen Cup Australia   0–2   United States Cheonan, South Korea
Report Lilly   20'
Kai   35'
Stadium: Cheonan Stadium
Attendance: 8,215
Referee: Kim Eun Jin (South Korea)
2 November 2006 Peace Queen Cup Australia   1–2   Denmark Suwon, South Korea
Munoz   69' Report Juliussen   13'
Rasmussen   81'
Stadium: Suwon World Cup Stadium
Attendance: 2,350
Referee: Shin Hwa Yeon (South Korea)
19 November 2006 Friendly Japan   1–0   Australia Tokyo, Japan
Nagasato   51' Report Stadium: Fukuda-Denshi Arena
Attendance: 4,093
Referee: Deng Junxia (China)

2007Edit

21 February 2007 Olympic qualifiers Australia   2–0   Myanmar Taipei, Taiwan
Walsh   9'55' Report Stadium: Zhongshan Soccer Stadium
Attendance: 300
Referee: Sachiko Baba (Japan)
23 February 2007 Olympic qualifiers Uzbekistan   0–10   Australia Taipei, Taiwan
Report Gill   3'
Slatyer   14'
Colthorpe   18'   57'81'
Small   25'
Walsh   27'
Garriock   52'
Davies   57'
Walsh   15'
McCallum   59'83'
Harch   75'
Stadium: Zhongshan Soccer Stadium
Referee: Etsuko Fukano (Japan)
25 February 2007 Olympic qualifiers Chinese Taipei   1–8   Australia Taipei, Taiwan
Pei-Wen Tsai   35' Report Gill   14'26'44'49'90'
Walsh   29'
Peters   72'
Small   83'
Stadium: Zhongshan Soccer Stadium
Attendance: 300
Referee: Bentla D'Coth (India)
7 April 2007 Olympic qualifiers Australia   15–0   Hong Kong Coffs Harbour, Australia
Walsh   10'12'
McCallum   16'43'54'
Gill   26'52'72'74'89'
Peters   33'
Burgess   56'
Small   72'
Salisbury   85'87'
Report Stadium: Coffs Harbour International Stadium
Attendance: 1,511
Referee: Mayumi Oiwa (Japan)
15 April 2007 Olympic qualifiers Chinese Taipei   0–10   Australia Taipei, Taiwan
Report Gill   6'28'29'
Walsh   18'32'45'
Peters   42'57'
Salisbury   81'
Burgess   83'
Stadium: Zhongshan Soccer Stadium
Attendance: 600
Referee: Etsuko Fukano (Japan)
3 June 2007 Olympic qualifiers North Korea   2–0   Australia Pyongyang, North Korea
Ri Kum-suk   35'55' (pen.) Report Stadium: Yanggakdo Stadium
Attendance: 3,100
Referee: Huijin Niu (China)
10 June 2007 Olympic qualifiers Australia   0–2   North Korea Coffs Harbour, Australia
Report Ri Kum-suk   60'
Kim Kyong-hwa   69'
Stadium: Coffs Harbour International Stadium
Attendance: 2,121
Referee: Sachiko Baba (Japan)
19 July 2007 Friendly Australia   3–0   New Zealand Coffs Harbour, Australia
Walsh   57'70'
Harch   82'
Report
22 July 2007 Friendly Australia   1–0   New Zealand Coffs Harbour, Australia
De Vanna   24' Report
4 August 2007 Olympic qualifiers Hong Kong   1–8   Australia Hong Kong
Wing Sze Chan   52' Report Perry   2'
Rollason   19'56'
Cooper   53'
Butt   45'
Lai Hing Chin   50' (o.g.)  74' (o.g.)
Kingsley   83'
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
Attendance: 100
Referee: Mariko Iwaki (Japan)
14 August 2007 Olympic qualifiers Australia   7–0   Chinese Taipei Coffs Harbour, Australia
Munoz   3'82'84'
Walsh   25'
Garriock   31'
Peters   60'
Gill   89'
Report Stadium: Coffs Harbour International Stadium
Attendance: 1,186
Referee: Cha Sung-Mi (South Korea)
16 August 2007 Friendly China PR   2–3   Australia Tianjin, China
Han Duan   54'64' Report McShea   22'
De Vanna   28'
Walsh   83'
Stadium: Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium
19 August 2007 Friendly China PR   1–3   Australia Tianjin, China
Pu Wei   90' Report Garriock   12'
Munoz   34'
McCallum   51'
Stadium: Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium
Attendance: 52,000
12 September 2007 World Cup Australia   4–1   Ghana Hangzhou, China
Walsh   15'
De Vanna   57'81'
Garriock   69'
Report Amankwa   70' Stadium: Yellow Dragon Stadium
Attendance: 25,952
Referee: Adriana Correa (Colombia)
15 September 2007 World Cup Norway   1–1   Australia Hangzhou, China
R. Gulbrandsen   5' Report De Vanna   83' Stadium: Yellow Dragon Stadium
Attendance: 33,835
Referee: Niu Huijun (China)
20 September 2007 World Cup Australia   2–2   Canada Chengdu, China
McCallum   53'
Salisbury   90+2'
Report Tancredi   1'
Sinclair   85'
Stadium: Chengdu Sports Centre
Attendance: 29,300
Referee: Gyöngyi Gaál (Hungary)
23 September 2007 World Cup Brazil   3–2   Australia Tianjin, China
Formiga   4'
Marta   23' (pen.)
Cristiane   75'
Report De Vanna   36'
Colthorpe   68'
Stadium: Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium
Attendance: 35,061
Referee: Christine Beck (Germany)

2008Edit

1 March 2008 Friendly Australia   2–0   New Zealand Sunshine Coast, Australia
Walsh   16'
Burgess   56'
Report Stadium: Stockland Park
3 March 2008 Friendly Australia   2–1   New Zealand Sunshine Coast, Australia
Gill   22'
Chapman   47'
Report Kete   30' Stadium: Stockland Park
5 March 2008 Friendly Australia   4–2   New Zealand Sunshine Coast, Australia
McCallum   9'
Salisbury   58' (pen.)
Polkinghorne   90'
Report Smith   13'
Moorwood (Bowden)   45'
Stadium: Stockland Park
27 April 2008 Friendly United States   3–2   Australia Cary, United States
Kai   35'
Wambach   49'
Lloyd   90'
Report Gill   86'
Salisbury   88'
Stadium: WakeMed Soccer Park
Attendance: 3,698
Referee: Margaret Domka (United States)
3 May 2008 Friendly United States   5–4   Australia Birmingham, United States
Tarpley   28'42'
Wambach   29'46'
Hucles   90+4'
Report Whitehill   19' (o.g.)
Walsh   49'
Colthorpe   64'
Rampone   69' (o.g.)
Stadium: Legion Field
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Sandra Serafini (United States)
23 May 2008 Friendly Australia   2–1   Canada Sydney, Australia
Chapman   22'
Munoz   40'
Report Lang   55' Stadium: Sydney Football Stadium
Referee: Tammy Ogston
29 May 2008 Asian Cup Australia   4–0   Chinese Taipei Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Garriock   19'42'
Tristram   51'
De Vanna   82'
Report Stadium: Thống Nhất Stadium
Attendance: 600
Referee: Ri Hong-sil (North Korea)
31 May 2008 Asian Cup South Korea   0–2   Australia Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Report Perry   30'
De Vanna   69'
Stadium: Thống Nhất Stadium
Attendance: 500
Referee: Bentla D'Coth (India)
2 June 2008 Asian Cup Australia   1–3   Japan Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Polkinghorne   70' Report Ando   8'
Nagasato   33'
Miyama   50'
Stadium: Thống Nhất Stadium
Attendance: 300
Referee: Ri Hong-sil (North Korea)
5 June 2008 Asian Cup North Korea   3–0   Australia Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ri Kum-Suk   2'41'60' Report Stadium: Thống Nhất Stadium
Attendance: 2,700
Referee: Pannipar Kamnueng (Thailand)
8 June 2008 Asian Cup – Third Place match Australia   0–3   Japan Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Report Nagasato   15'
Miyama   78'
Sawa   86'
Stadium: Thống Nhất Stadium
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: Hong Eun-Ah (South Korea)
15 June 2008 Peace Queen Cup United States   2–1   Australia Suwon, South Korea
Kai   35'
Wambach   77'
Report Garriock   57' Stadium: Suwon Civil Stadium
17 June 2008 Peace Queen Cup Italy   0–3   Australia Suwon, South Korea
Report Garriock   66'68'
Chapman   89'
Stadium: Suwon Civil Stadium
19 June 2008 Peace Queen Cup Australia   1–0   Brazil Suwon, South Korea
Simon   90+2' Report Stadium: Suwon Civil Stadium
5 July 2008 Friendly China PR   5–0   Australia Tianjin, China
Han Duan   7'
Zhang Ying   22'
Li Jie   48' (pen.)
Xu Yuan   74'87'
Report Stadium: Tianjin Olympic Stadium Auxiliary Field
Attendance: 1,000
12 July 2008 Friendly Australia   1–0   New Zealand Sydney, Australia
Khamis   35' Report Stadium: North Sydney Oval
Attendance: 1,604
Referee: Krystyna Szokolai
24 July 2008 Friendly Japan   3–0   Australia Kobe, Japan
Sawa   43'
Nagasato   47'
Maruyama   86' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Home's Stadium Kobe
Attendance: 9,195
Referee: Sook Hee Kim (South Korea)
9 October 2008 ASEAN Championships Australia   2–0   Thailand Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Balomenos   71'86' Report Stadium: Thanh Long Sports Centre
11 October 2008 ASEAN Championships Australia   7–0   Philippines Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Rollason   34'53'
Tristram   36'81'
Sykes   65'
Balomenos   86'90'
Report Stadium: Thanh Long Sports Centre
13 October 2008 ASEAN Championships Singapore   0–6   Australia Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Report Colthorpe   6'22'
Sykes   51'
Tristram   69'
Balomenos   78'
Mastrantonio   90'
Stadium: Thanh Long Sports Centre
18 October 2008 ASEAN Championships Australia   5–1   Myanmar Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Chapman   3'
Uzunlar   19'
Colthorpe   27' (pen.)
Tristram   42'
Carroll   65' (pen.)
Report unknown   72' Stadium: Thanh Long Sports Centre
20 October 2008 ASEAN Championship – Final Vietnam   0–1   Australia Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Report unknown   80' (o.g.) Stadium: Thanh Long Sports Centre

2009Edit

31 January 2009 Friendly Australia   2–2   Italy Sydney, Australia
De Vanna   55'
Salisbury   65' (pen.)
Report Conti   58'
Tuttino   78'
Stadium: Parramatta Stadium
Attendance: 2,921
Referee: Jacqui Melksham
7 February 2009 Friendly Australia   1–5   Italy Canberra, Australia
McCallum   64' Report Gabbiadini   7'
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