Australia national football (soccer) team season 2007

In 2007 the Australian national football team had ten matches scheduled. Four of these were finals matches for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup and the rest were friendlies. The poor performances at the Asian Cup would soon signal the end of Graham Arnold's tenure as head coach, his final swan song being the game against Argentina. Having not yet found a coach after Arnold's departure, Australia's technical director, Rob Baan, would take over the last match of the year against Nigeria.

Australia v Denmark

footballbox|date = February 7, 2007
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au//default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=10537 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|DEN |goals1 = Emerton goal|85 |goals2 = Tomasson goal|5', 38
Jensen goal|28|stadium = Loftus Road, London
Attendance: 12,476
Referee: Rob Styles ENG

Australia v China

footballbox|date = March 24, 2007
18:45 AEDT
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au//default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=10599 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|CHN |goals1 = Holman goal|8
Bresciano goal|28|goals2 = |stadium = Yuexiushan Stadium, Guangzhou
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Wu Chao Jue HKG

Australia v Uruguay

footballbox|date = June 2, 2007
20:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au//default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=10685 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|URU |goals1 = Sterjovski goal|6 |goals2 = Forlán goal|40
Recoba goal|77 |stadium = Telstra Stadium, Sydney
Attendance: 61,795
Referee: Roberto Rosetti ITA

Australia v Singapore

footballbox|date = June 30, 2007
21:30 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=10716 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|SIN |goals1 = Viduka goal|51', 88
Kewell goal|76|goals2 = |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Masaaki Iemoto JPN

2007 AFC Asian Cup

Australia v Oman

footballbox|date = July 8, 2007
20:30 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=18396 FFA Report]
[http://www.afcasiancup.com/common/code/download.asp?id=1163 AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|OMA |goals1=Cahill goal|91+|goals2= Al-Maimani goal|31|stadium = Rajamangala National Stadium, Bangkok
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Eddy Maillet SEY

Australia v Iraq

footballbox|date = July 13, 2007
20:20 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=18464 FFA Report]
[http://www.afcasiancup.com/common/code/download.asp?id=1202 AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|IRQ |goals1=Viduka goal|47|goals2= Akram goal|22
Mohammed goal|60
Jassim goal|86|stadium = Rajamangala National Stadium, Bangkok
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Jasim Karim BHR

Australia v Thailand

footballbox|date = July 16, 2007
22:30 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 4–0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=18489 FFA Report]
[http://www.afcasiancup.com/common/code/download.asp?id=1232 AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|THA |goals1 = Beauchamp goal|20 Viduka goal|80, 83 Kewell goal|90|goals2 = |stadium = Rajamangala National Stadium, Bangkok
Attendance: 46,000
Referee: Kwon Jong-Chul KOR

Australia v Japan

footballbox|date = July 21, 2007
20:20 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score =1 –1 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=18552 FFA Report]
[http://www.afcasiancup.com/common/code/download.asp?id=1258 AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|JPN |goals1 = Aloisi goal|69|goals2 = Takahara goal|72|stadium = My Dinh National Stadium, Hanoi
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Saad Kameel Al Fadhli KUW
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Australia v Argentina

footballbox|date = September 11, 2007
19:30 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=19227 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|ARG |goals1 = |goals2 = Demichelis goal|49|stadium = MCG, Melbourne
Attendance: 70,171
Referee: Mike Dean ENG

Australia v Nigeria

footballbox|date = November 17, 2007
02:00 AEDT
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=20288 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|NGR |goals1 = Carney goal|53 |goals2 = |stadium = Craven Cottage, London
Attendance: 11,953
Referee: Mark Clattenburg ENG

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