Kewell makes his Premier League debut for Leeds United in a 1-0 defeat at home to Middlesbrough.
Becomes the youngest debutant in Socceroo history against Chile aged 17 years and seven months.
Scores first senior goal for Leeds in a 3-1 League Cup win over Stoke City
Scores his first international goals by netting in both legs of Australia's agonising World Cup qualifying play-off loss to Iran.
Sent off in the second leg of Leeds' 4-2 UEFA Cup semi-final defeat to Galatasaray.
Starts both legs as Leeds exit the UEFA Champions League in a 3-0 aggregate defeat to Valencia in the semi-finals.
Stars and scores in the Socceroos' upset 3-1 win over England at Upton Park.
Scores the opening goal in Leeds' shock 3-2 win away to Arsenal, handing the Premier League title to Manchester United.
Arguably one of the most sought-after players in the world at the time, Kewell rejects Manchester United and other powerhouse clubs to join Liverpool. The deal reportedly included a massive payment to the player's agent, Bernie Mandic.
Scores his first goal for Liverpool in a 3-0 derby win over Everton.
Starts the UEFA Champions League final for Liverpool but came off injured in the 23rd minute.
Impresses off the bench and scores in the shootout win over Uruguay as the Socceroos qualify for the 2006 World Cup.
A strong domestic season ends with Kewell coming off injured 48 minutes into the FA Cup final against West Ham United.
Scores against Croatia to send Australia through to the round of 16 at the World Cup in Germany, but misses the defeat to Italy due to septic arthritis.
Returns to the Liverpool first team after a year out due to injury, and comes on in the UEFA Champions League final loss to AC Milan.
Signs for Galatasaray after another injury-hit season with Liverpool.
Is joined at Galatasaray by Socceroo team-mate Lucas Neill.
Sent off for a handball inside the penalty area against Ghana at the World Cup in South Africa.
Leaves Galatasaray after not being offered a contract extension, sparking fevered speculation over a possible move to the A-League, which drags on for months before he finally commits to Melbourne Victory.
Scores what proves to be his last goal for the Socceroos in a 4-2 World Cup qualifying win over Saudi Arabia in Melbourne.
Departs Victory after one mixed season to return to England, where he fails to find a club.
Plays three games for Qatari club Al Gharafa on an injury replacement deal.
Signs for Melbourne Heart, but injury sidelines him for much of the first half of the season, and a dire winless streak prompts the club to sack coach John Aloisi.
Announces his impending retirement at the end of the 2013-14 A-League season.