Tuesday, 17 February 2015
The holding midfielder could play under Alan Pardew for the first time when the Gunners make the trip across London for Saturday's clash
Monday, 16 February 2015
The national team will contest a match in WA for the first time in 10 years when the campaign to reach Russia 2018 begins
Thursday, 12 February 2015
Australia's captain has talked up his team's achievement upon his return to club duty in the UK, backing the historic triumph to drive the sport's popularity to new levels
While busy plotting a path to glory in June and July last year, Jogi Loew and Oliver Bierhoff still found the time to court the Socceroos and their boss, who had no hesitation
Tuesday, 10 February 2015
Local press reports in Western Australia have suggested the men in green and gold and an international heavyweight should clash at the state's planned new venue
Tuesday, 3 February 2015
COMMENT: Luring the country's all-time leading scorer to its domestic competition days after lifting the Asian Cup would have been a match made in heaven. Why didn't it happen?
Monday, 2 February 2015
Breakout stars Massimo Luongo and Omar Abdulrahman both earned a spot among the best XI players at January's 2015 Asian Cup. Find out who else made the cut...
The Socceroos' coach and midfielder have collected two of our gongs after helping their team come out on top on home soil, with a UAE rising star also recognised
Sunday, 1 February 2015
COMMENT: The Socceroos' success and the 2015 tournament itself can serve as an antidote to the negativity we've grown accustomed to in football
The Swindon Town man was one of the stars of the Socceroos' Asian Cup triumph - scoring in the final win over South Korea. He is now being tipped to reach the top of the game
The former Spurs man's climb from relative obscurity to national stardom has been one of the most heartwarming stories to emerge from Ange Postecoglou's tenure
The heroic shot-stopper paid tribute to his team's resilience and belief after getting over the line in dramatic fashion against the Taeguk Warriors in Sydney
The impressive young centre-back has revealed the Taeguk Warriors' joy at leveling the contest prompted the hosts to redouble their efforts in the additional 30 minutes
The veteran striker's career may be in its twilight but he expects the game to take off in Australia after their memorable triumph in Sydney
The Socceroos deserved to claim their first major piece of men's silverware, according to the vanquished skipper Ki Sung-yueng.
The who claimed the decisive goal in extra-time felt 'Australian spirit' got his team over the line in their breathless triumph over the Taeguk Warriors
The Socceroos coach is not basking in his side's Asian Cup triumph and is now focusing on making a splash on the world stage
Saturday, 31 January 2015
A last-minute equaliser from Song Heung-min had prevented Massimo Luongo's goal from giving the Socceroos a win over 90 minutes, but James Troisi scored the winner
COMMENT: Massimo Luongo, who opened the scoring in a dramatic 2-1 win in Sydney, perfectly embodies the spirit and dynamism of this young squad of champions
Friday, 30 January 2015
South Korea have won every game they have played at this year's Asian Cup, but Ki Sung-yueng feels Australia are favourites for the final.