Australia

Australia

FIFA Ranking: 36th
The Australian national soccer team represents Australia in international men's soccer. Officially nicknamed the Socceroos, the team is controlled by the governing body for soccer in Australia, Football Federation Australia , which is currently a member of the Asian Football Confederation and the regional ASEAN Football Federation since leaving the Oceania Football Confederation in 2006.

Australia is the only national team to have been a champion of two confederations, having won the OFC Nations Cup four times between 1980 and 2004, as well as the AFC Asian Cup at the 2015 event on home soil. The team has represented Australia at the FIFA World Cup tournament on five occasions, in 1974 and from 2006 to 2018. The team has also represented Australia at the FIFA Confederations Cup four times. Description provided by Wikipedia

The Australia Squad

1. Tim Cahill Australia 1.7m fans 669.8
2. Brad Jones Australia 487.0k fans 526.5
3. Mathew Ryan Australia 205.4k fans 464.2
4. Tom Rogic Australia 202.7k fans 427.0
5. Daniel Arzani Australia 63.5k fans 405.6
6. Aaron Mooy Australia 97.9k fans 364.0
7. Matthew Jurman Australia 103.6k fans 336.4
8. Mile Jedinak  Australia 85.8k fans 312.2
9. Massimo Luongo Australia 78.8k fans 300.6
10. Trent Sainsbury Australia 54.2k fans 259.6
11. Aziz Behich Australia 52.3k fans 257.4
12. Mark Milligan Australia 49.8k fans 253.0
13. Milos Degenek Australia 44.7k fans 240.6
14. Mathew Leckie Australia 44.7k fans 239.9
15. Jamie Maclaren Australia 33.8k fans 212.1
16. Robbie Kruse Australia 29.5k fans 201.8
17. Andrew Nabbout Australia 28.8k fans 198.2
18. Danny Vukovic Australia 26.7k fans 191.6
19. Jackson Irvine Australia 25.4k fans 187.2
20. Tomi Juric Australia 16.7k fans 154.3
21. James Meredith Australia No fans 124.9
22. Josh Risdon Australia 7.6k fans 117.8
23. Dimitri Petratos Australia 154 fans 44.6

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