List of Australia national football team results

In Reverse Chronological Order:"(Except for tournaments which follow tournament progress)."

Forthcoming Fixtures

Australia v Japan

"2010 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)."
Durakovic goal|77'
goals2 =Hooper goal|55'
stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 25,982 Referee: Shin-Ichiro Obata JPNpenshootoutbox
penalties1 = Wade pengoal
A Vidmar pengoal
Tobin pengoal
Farina pengoal
penaltyscore = 4–1
penalties2 = pengoal Mitchell
penmiss|saved Bunbury
penmiss|saved Sweeney

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date = July 31, 1993
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–2
report =
team2 = fb|CAN
goals1 = Dasovic goal|44'(og)
Zabica sent off|17
Farina yel|25'
van Blerk yel|38'
goals2 =Watson goal|52'
Mobilio goal|57'
Sweeny yel|27'
stadium = Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Canada
Attendance: 27,775 Referee: Arturo Carter MEX

SECOND ROUNDfootballbox
date = June 6, 1993
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 3–0
report =
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 =Veart goal|1'
A Vidmar goal|3'
Zelic goal|49'
goals2 =
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 10,000 Referee: Jacobs Ullenberg NED

footballbox
date = May 30, 1993
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Arnold goal|55'
goals2 =
stadium = Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 10,952 Referee: Bo Karlsson SWE

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Australia v Kuwait

2 Friendliesfootballbox
date = April 19, 1993
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–3
report =
team2 = fb|KUW
goals1 =Wade goal|18'(p)
goals2 =Mohammad goal|59'
Al Houwaidi goal|65'
Al Hadiyah goal|79'
stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore
Attendance: Referee:

footballbox
date = April 16, 1993
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|KUW
goals1 = Trimboli goal|10'
goals2 =
stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore
Attendance: Referee:

"Series was drawn 1-1."----

1992

1994 World Cup Qualifiers

FIRST ROUNDfootballbox
date = September 26, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 6–1
report =
team2 = fb|SOL
goals1 = Genc goal|4'
Gray goal|60'
Wade goal|67'
Veart goal|83'
Brown goal|85'
Durakovic goal|88'
goals2 =Ashley goal|6
stadium = Newcastle Sports Ground, Newcastle, Australia
Attendance: Referee: Intaz Shah FIJ

footballbox
date = September 20, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 2–0
report =
team2 = fb|TAH
goals1 = Veart goal|11'
Durakovic goal|62'
goals2 =
stadium = Perry Park, Brisbane, Australia
Attendance: Referee: Kaltatak Kalokis VAN

footballbox
date = September 11, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 3–0
report =
team2 = fb|TAH
goals1 = Mori goal|2'
Veart goal|44'
Wade goal|57'
goals2 =
stadium = Papeete, Tahiti
Attendance: Referee: Lennox Sharp NZ

footballbox
date = September 4, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 2–1
report =
team2 = fb|SOL
goals1 = Veart goal|8'
McCulloch goal|86'
goals2 =Vato goal|83
stadium = Honiara, Solomon Islands
Attendance: Referee: Gary Fleet NZ
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President's Cup

footballbox
date = August 11, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|MAS
goals1 =
goals2 =Ravindran goal|70
stadium = Jakarta, Indonesia
Attendance: Referee:

footballbox
date = August 14, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 3–0
report =
team2 = fb|INA
goals1 = Edwards goal|63'
Gray goal|71'
Wade goal|84'
goals2 =
stadium = Jakarta, Indonesia
Attendance: 2,500 Referee:

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Australia v Croatia

3 Friendliesfootballbox
date = July 12, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–0
report =
team2 = fb|CRO
goals1 =
goals2 =Vucevic sent off|79
stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 12,735 Referee:Gary Power AUS

footballbox
date = July 8, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 3–1
report =
team2 = fb|CRO
goals1 = Tapai goal|10'
Spink goal|14'
van Blerk goal|80'
goals2 =Weber goal|31'
Stimac sent off|73
stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
Attendance: 2,500 Referee:Tom McRoe AUS

footballbox
date = July 5, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|CRO
goals1 = Marth goal|62'
van Blerk yel|42'
Petersen yel|84'
goals2 =Biskup yel|57'
Romic yel|86'
Jelicic sent off|65
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 11,000 Referee:John Fraser AUS
"Australia won the series 2-0."----

Australia v Uruguay

Friendlyfootballbox
date = June 21, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–2
report =
team2 = fb|URU
goals1 =
goals2 =Martinez goal|74'
Larrea goal|84'
stadium = Centenario Stadium, Montevideo, Uruguay
Attendance: 35,000 Referee:Juan Carlos Loustau ARG
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Australia v Argentina

Friendlyfootballbox
date = June 18, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–2
report =
team2 = fb|ARG
goals1 = Bernal yel|15'
Tapai yel|52'
goals2 =Batistuta goal|47'(p),57'
stadium = Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Attendance: 35,000 Referee:Eduardo Dluzniewski URU
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Australia v USA

Friendlyfootballbox
date = June 13, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|USA
goals1 = Spink goal|85'
Durakovic yel|16'
goals2 =
stadium = Citrus Bowl, Orlando, USA
Attendance: 17,400 Referee:Ed Cummings USA
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Australia v Sweden

3 Friendliesfootballbox
date = February 2, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Wade goal|66'
goals2 =Fursth yel|64'
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 10,800 Referee:John Fraser AUS

footballbox
date = January 29, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Edwards goal|77'
goals2 =
stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
Attendance: 9,301 Referee:Tom McRoe AUS

footballbox
date = January 26, 1992
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–0
report =
team2 = fb|SWE
goals1 = Durakovic yel|?'
goals2 =
stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 13,456 Referee:Gary Power AUS
"Australia won the series 2-0."----

1991

President's Cup

FINALfootballbox
date = June 14, 1991
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–0 (aet)
report =
team2 = fb|KOR
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Tongdaemun Stadium, Seoul, South Korea
Attendance: 16,000 Referee:Witaya Wongsmarn THA
"South Korea won 4-3 on penalties."

"South Korea won the President's Cup."----

Australia v England

Friendlyfootballbox
date = June 1, 1991
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|ENG
goals1 =
goals2 =Gray goal|40'(og)
stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 35,743 Referee:Barry Tasker NZ
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Trans-Tasman Trophy

footballbox
date = May 15, 1991
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 2–1
report =
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Petersen goal|46'
A Vidmar goal|50'
goals2 =Roberts goal|75'
stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
Attendance: 6,500 Referee:Bill Monteverde AUS

footballbox
date = May 12, 1991
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Milosovic goal|44'
goals2 =
stadium = Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 8,000 Referee:Gary Fleet NZ
"Australia won the Trans-Tasman Trophy 3-1 on aggregate."----

Australia v Czechoslovakia

2 Friendliesfootballbox
date = February 6, 1991
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–2
report =
team2 = fb|TCH
goals1 =
goals2 =Kula goal|59'
Grussmann goal|87'
stadium = Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 8,221 Referee:John McConnell AUS

footballbox
date = January 30, 1991
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|TCH
goals1 =
goals2 = Kristofik 44
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 6,854 Referee:Christopher Bambridge AUS
"Czechoslovakia won the series 2-0."----

1990

Australia v South Korea

2Friendliesfootballbox
date = September 9, 1990
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|KOR
goals1 =
goals2 =Soo Jung-Won goal|70'
stadium = Kudok Stadium, Pusan, South Korea
Attendance: 20,000 Referee:Choi Kil-Soo KOR

footballbox
date = September 6, 1990
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|KOR
goals1 =
goals2 =Byun Byung-Joo goal|17'
stadium = Tongdaemun Stadium, Seoul, South Korea
Attendance: 18,000 Referee:Kil Ki-Chul KOR
"South Korea won the series 2-0."----

Australia v Indonesia

Friendlyfootballbox
date = August 25, 1990
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 3–0
report =
team2 = fb|INA
goals1 = Wade goal|55', 76'
Zinni goal|63'
goals2 =
stadium = Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia
Attendance: 20,000 Referee:N Yasunori JPN
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1980s

1989

1990 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

SECOND ROUNDfootballbox|date = April 16, 1989
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR| |goals1 = Trimboli goal|88' |goals2 = Ohana goal|40' |stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:40,320
Referee:Carlo Longhi ITA

footballbox|date = April 2, 1989
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = |goals2 = Dunford goal|19'
Wright goal|80' |stadium = Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance:3,340
Referee:Bin Singah SIN

footballbox|date = March 19, 1989
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR| |goals1 = Yankos goal|72' |goals2 = Ohana goal|76'(p)|stadium = Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel.
Attendance:45,000
Referee:Manfred Neumer FRG

footballbox|date = March 12, 1989
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Crino goal|16'
Arnold goal|42',56
Yankos goal|78'(p) |goals2 =Dunford goal|70' |stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:13,621
Referee:Shizuo Takada JPN
"Israel advanced to the third round, to play-off against Colombia."----

1988

1990 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

FIRST ROUNDfootballbox|date = December 3, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 5–1 |report= |team2 = fb|FIJ| |goals1 = Yankos goal|9',69'(p)
Spink goal|25'
Arnold goal|84'
Trimboli goal|87' |goals2 = Dalai goal|89'|stadium = Macquarie Field, Speers Point, Australia.
Attendance:5,220
Referee:Kenneth Wallace NZ

footballbox|date = November 20, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|FIJ| |goals1 = |goals2 = Madigi goal|66' |stadium = Prince Charles Park, Nadi, Fiji.
Attendance:6,000
Referee:Gary Fleet NZ
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Trans-Tasman Trophy

footballbox|date = October 16, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Spink goal|49',68' |goals2 = |stadium = Queen Elizabeth Oval, Bendigo, Australia.
Attendance:5,000
Referee:Chris Bambridge AUS

footballbox|date = October 12, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Crino goal|60'
Ollerenshaw goal|74' |goals2 = Ironside goal|77' |stadium = Caledonian Ground, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Attendance:3,000
Referee:Lennox Sharp NZ
"Australia won the Trans-Tasman Trophy 4-1 on aggregate."----

1988 Summer Olympic Games

GROUP Dfootballbox
date = September 18, 1988
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report = [http://www.fifa.com/en/comp/report/0,5733,OLY-1988-8-14372-AUS-YUG,00.html Report]
team2 = fb|YUG
goals1 = Farina 48'
Arnold yel|20'
Dunn yel|34'
Olver yel|73'
Yankos yel|75'
goals2 =Vladislav yel|34'
stadium = Gwangju Stadium, Gwangju
Attendance: 12.000
Referee: Loustau ARG

footballbox
date = September 20, 1988
19:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 0–3
report = [http://www.fifa.com/en/comp/report/0,5733,OLY-1988-16-14375-AUS-BRA,00.html Report]
team2 = fb|BRA
goals1 =Farina yel|14'
goals2 = Romário 20', 57', 61'
Ademar yel|44
Julio Batista yel|44
stadium = Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: Tritschler FRG

footballbox
date = September 22, 1988
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
score = 1–0
report = [http://www.fifa.com/en/comp/report/0,5733,OLY-1988-24-14377-AUS-NGA,00.html Report]
team2 = fb|NGR
goals1 = Kosmina 76'
goals2 =Obiku yel|51'
stadium = Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 12.800
Referee: Listkiewicz POL

QUARTER-FINALSfootballbox
date = September 25, 1988
17:00
team1 = fb-rt|URS
score = 3–0
report = [http://www.fifa.com/en/comp/report/0,5733,OLY-1988-27-14548-URS-AUS,00.html Report]
team2 = fb|AUS
goals1 = Dobrovolski 50', 54', (pen)
Mikhailichenko 62'
Kuznetzov yel|82'
goals2 =Dunn yel|67'
Mitchell sent off|68
stadium = Goodeok Stadium, Busan
Attendance: 7.000 Referee: Cardellino URU

"USSR won the 1988 Olympic Football Gold Medal."----

1988 Australian Bicentennial Gold Cup

footballbox|date = July 7, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|BRA| |goals1 = |goals2 = Romario goal|31' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:11,214
Referee:Richard Lorenc AUS

footballbox|date = July 9, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|SAU| |goals1 =Ollerenshaw goal|6'
Farina goal|40',82' |goals2 = |stadium = Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:11,214
Referee:Bill Monteverde AUS

footballbox|date = July 14, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ARG| |goals1 =Wade goal|4'
Yankos goal|43',68'(p)
Bozinoski goal|80' |goals2 = Ruggeri goal|31' |stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:18,985
Referee:Gary Power AUS

FINALfootballbox|date = July 17, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–2 |report= |team2 = fb|BRA| |goals1 = |goals2 = Romario goal|56'
Müller goal|67' |stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:28,161
Referee:Donald Campbell AUS

"Brazil won the Australian Bicentennial Gold Cup."----

1988 Olympic Games Qualifiers

footballbox|date = March 27, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|Taiwan| |goals1 = Arnold goal|?'
Farina goal|?'
Wade goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance:
Referee:

footballbox|date = March 23, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Farina goal|?' |goals2 = McGarry goal|?'|stadium = Athletic Park, Wellington, New Zealand.
Attendance:
Referee:Georges Sandoz SUI

footballbox|date = March 20, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR| |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Attendance:
Referee:Georges Sandoz SUI

footballbox|date = March 13, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Patikas goal|?'
Farina goal|?'
Crino goal|?'|goals2 = McGarry goal|?'|stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee:Hernan Silva CHI

footballbox|date = March 9, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–2 |report= |team2 = fb|Taiwan| |goals1 = Tobin goal|?'
Crino goal|?'
Patikas goal|?' |goals2 = goal|?'
goal|?' |stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee:

footballbox|date = March 6, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR| |goals1 = Yankos goal|70'(p)
Farina goal|91' |goals2 = |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:9,518
Referee:Hernan Silva Arci CHI

footballbox|date = February 26, 1988
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|Taiwan| |goals1 = Arnold goal|?',?'
Farina goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Bruce Stadium, Canberra, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee:

"Australia qualified for the 1988 Summer Olympics."----

1987

1988 Olympic Games Qualifiers

footballbox|date = November 15, 1987
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|Taiwan| |goals1 = Arnold goal|?',?'
Farina goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Taipei, Taiwan.
Attendance:
Referee:
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Trans-Tasman Trophy

footballbox|date = September 2, 1987
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Zinni goal|68' |goals2 = Ironside goal|82' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:5,000
Referee:Chris Bambridge AUS

footballbox|date = September 9, 1987
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = |goals2 = De Jong goal|18' |stadium = Hutt Recreation Ground, Lower Hutt, New Zealand.
Attendance:5,000
Referee:Garry Fleet NZ
"New Zealand won the Trans-Tasman Trophy 2-1 on aggregate."----

President's Cup

footballbox|date = June 9, 1987
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–3 |report= |team2 = fb|MAR | |goals1 = Farina goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Kangnung, South Korea.
Attendance:
Referee:

SEMI-FINALfootballbox|date = June 19, 1987
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 (AET) |report= |team2 = fb|EGY | |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Olympic Stadium, Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance:
Referee:

"Australia wins 4-3 after penalties"

FINALfootballbox|date = June 21, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 (AET) |report= |team2 = fb|KOR | |goals1 = Arnold goal|90 |goals2 = goal|?' |stadium = Olympic Stadium, Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance:
Referee:

"South Korea wins 5-4 after penalties"

"South Korea won the President's Cup".----

1986

Australia v China

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 23, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|PRC| |goals1 = Kalantzis goal|?'
Arnold goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Canton Stadium, Canton, China.
Attendance:
Referee:
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Trans-Tasman Trophy

footballbox|date = November 2, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Arnold goal|29'
Zinni goal|74' |goals2 = |stadium = Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:4,800
Referee:Gary Power AUS

footballbox|date = October 25, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Arnold goal|55'
Kalantzis yel|?'
Savor yel|?' |goals2 = Deeley goal|60'
Deeley yel|?'
Turner yel|?' |stadium = Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance:3,156
Referee:Garry Fleet NZ
"Australia won the Trans-Tasman Trophy 1-0."----

Australia v Czechoslovakia

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = August 10, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–3 |report= |team2 = fb|TCH | |goals1 = |goals2 = Kula goal|23'
Kubik goal|53'(p), 85' |stadium = Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 10,150
Referee:Richard Lorenc AUS

footballbox|date = August 6, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|TCH | |goals1 = |goals2 = Griga goal|50'
Kubik yel|?' |stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia.
Attendance:2,000
Referee:Don Campbell AUS

footballbox|date = August 3, 1986
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|TCH | |goals1 = Arnold goal|90
Ratcliffe yel|?' |goals2 = Novak goal|24' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:6,000
Referee:C Bambridge AUS
"Czechoslovakia won the series 2-0".----

1985

1986 World Cup Qualifiers

FIRST ROUNDfootballbox
date = September 21, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 0
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 14,826
Referee:Keith Hackett ENG

footballbox
date = October 5, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 1
team2 = fb|ISR
goals1 = Mitchell goal|46'
Kosmina goal|49'
Murphy yel|?'
Kosmina yel|?'
O'Connor yel|?'
goals2 = Armeli goal|65'
Sinai yel|?'
Pizanti yel|?'
stadium = Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Luigi Agnoli ITA

footballbox
date = October 20, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 1
team2 = fb|ISR
goals1 = Ratcliffe goal|46'
Davidson yel|?'
Kosmina yel|?'
goals2 = Cohen goal|46'
Shlomo yel|?'
Kirat yel|?'
Turk yel|?'
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Jose Rosa Dos Santos flagicon|POR

footballbox
date = October 23, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 7 – 0
team2 = fb|Taiwan
goals1 = Dunn goal|2',89'(p)
Chun Keui Chiang goal|13'(og)
Mitchell goal|57',59',87'
Arnold goal|68'
Mitchell yel|?'
goals2 =
stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: John Cameron flagicon|NZ

footballbox
date = October 27, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 8 – 0
team2 = fb|Taiwan
goals1 = Odzakov goal|41',56',69'
Crino goal|52'
Kosmina goal|65'(p),72',88'
Gray goal|89'
goals2 = In-Jen Chen yel|?'
stadium = St George Stadium, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 2,694
Referee: Bill Munro flagicon|NZ

footballbox
date = November 3, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Kosmina goal|12'
Mitchell goal|48'
Kosmina yel|?'
Watson yel|?'
goals2 = Turner yel|?'
stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 21,910
Referee: Gerard Guerds NED

SECOND ROUNDfootballbox
date = November 20, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 2
team2 = fb|SCO
goals1 =
goals2 = Cooper goal|53'
McAvennie goal|59'
stadium = Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Vojtech Christov TCH

footballbox
date = December 4, 1985
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 0
team2 = fb|SCO
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 29,500
Referee: Jose Ramiz Wright BRA
"Scotland qualified for the 1986 FIFA World Cup".

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Australia v China

Friendlyfootballbox|date = September 27, 1985
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|PRC| |goals1 = Kosmina goal|9'
Crino goal|14'
Watson goal|63'
|goals2 = |stadium = Lang Park, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance:4,823
Referee:Bill Monteverde AUS
----

1984

Australia v China

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 3, 1984
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–3 |report= |team2 = fb|PRC| |goals1 = Kosmina goal|?',?' |goals2 = goal|?'
goal|?'
goal|?'|stadium = Beijing, China.
Attendance:
Referee:
----

1983

1983 Merlion Cup

footballbox|date = December 4, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= |team2 = fb|PRC| |goals1 = Kosmina goal|?' |goals2 = goal|?'
goal|?' |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:
Referee:

footballbox|date = December 10, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|THA| |goals1 = Murphy goal|?'
Kosmina goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:
Referee:

SEMI-FINALfootballbox|date = December 15, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR| |goals1 = Kosmina goal|?'
Cant goal|?'
O'Connor goal|?' |goals2 = goal|?' |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:
Referee:

FINALfootballbox|date = December 18, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–2 |report= |team2 = fb|SIN| |goals1 = Watson goal|?'
Kosmina goal|?'
Campbell goal|?'
O'Connor goal|?'|goals2 =goal|?'
goal|?' |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:
Referee:
"Australia won the 1983 Merlion Cup."----

Australia v England

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = June 19, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ENG| |goals1 = Neal goal|27'(og)
Ratcliffe yel|?' |goals2 = Francis goal|25'
Francis yel|?' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:20,000
Referee:Jack JohnstonAUS

footballbox|date = June 15, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ENG| |goals1 = |goals2 = Walsh goal|36' |stadium = Lang Park, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance:16,000
Referee:Peter Rampley AUS

footballbox|date = June 12, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|ENG| |goals1 = |goals2 = Gregory yel|?' |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:28,000
Referee:Tony Boskovic AUS
"England won the series 1-0."----

Trans-Tasman Trophy

footballbox|date = February 22, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = Kosmina goal|36' |goals2 = Cresswell goal|47'
Ratcliffe goal|69'(og) |stadium = Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance:3,000
Referee:William Munro NZ

footballbox|date = February 27, 1983
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ| |goals1 = |goals2 = Cole goal|66'
Adam goal|73' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:14,000
Referee:Jack Johnston AUS
"New Zealand won the Trans-Tasman Trophy 2-0."----

1982

1982 Merlion Cup

footballbox|date = October 10, 1982
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–0 |report= |team2 = fb|THA| |goals1 = O'Connor goal|?'
Cole goal|?'
Kosmina goal|?',?' |goals2 = |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:3,000
Referee:N Chandra SIN

footballbox|date = October 13, 1982
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|INA| |goals1 = Mitchell goal|73',77' |goals2 = |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:5,000
Referee:Lee Kok Leong SIN

SEMI-FINALfootballbox|date = October 15, 1982
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 5–0 |report= |team2 = fb|MAS| |goals1 = Katholos goal|19',37'
Kosmina goal|56'
O'Connor goal|64'
Cole goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:12,000
Referee:Lee Kok Leong SIN

FINALfootballbox|date = October 17, 1982
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–2 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR| |goals1 = O'Connor goal|17'
Mitchell goal|34'
Christopoulos goal|61'|goals2 =Oh Suk Jae goal|59'
Park Chang Seun goal|83' |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore.
Attendance:25,000
Referee:N Chandra SIN
"Australia won the 1982 Merlion Cup."----

1981

1982 World Cup Qualifiers

footballbox
date = April 25, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 3
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Krncevic goal|15',42'
Boden goal|31',
Davidson yel|?'
Henderson yel|?'
goals2 = Turner goal|25'
Wooddin goal|34'
Sumner goal|80'
stadium = Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Gianfranco Menegali ITA

footballbox
date = May 16, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 2
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 =
goals2 = Wooddin goal|29'
Turner goal|81
Dodds yel|?
stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: George Courtney ENG

footballbox
date = May 20, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|INA
goals1 = Kosmina goal|29'
Davidson goal|33'
goals2 =
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: V Garcia Olivera flagicon|POR

footballbox
date = June 10, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 2
team2 = fb|Taiwan
goals1 = Henderson goal|18"
Kosmina goal|56'
Byrne goal|68'(p)
goals2 = Deng-Sheng Duh goal|?'
stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
Attendance: 3,200
Referee: Vijit Getkaen flagicon|THA

footballbox
date = July 26, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 4 – 1
team2 = fb|FIJ
goals1 = Cole goal|4',31'
Barnes goal|10'
Sharne goal|28'
goals2 = Vuilanassa goal|83'
stadium = Fiji National Stadium, Suva, Fiji
Attendance: 11,000
Referee:

footballbox
date = August 14, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 10 – 0
team2 = fb|FIJ
goals1 = Mitchell goal|28',43',80'
Cole goal|37', 43', 54', 63', 70', 71', 76'
goals2 =
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: A.Nobnom THA

footballbox
date = August 30, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 1
team2 = fb|INA
goals1 =
goals2 = Risdianto goal|88'
stadium = Suribaya, Indonesia
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: R Reyes PHI

footballbox
date = September 6, 1981
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 0
team2 = fb|Taiwan
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Taipei, Taiwan
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: T Gurkan PHI
"New Zealand qualified for the 1982 FIFA World Cup".----

1980

Australia v Indonesia

Friendlyfootballbox|date = December 7, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|INA| |goals1 = Henderson goal|13' |goals2 = Effendi goal|5' |stadium = Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Attendance: 60,000
Referee:Kossain Katradiredja INA
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Australia v Hong Kong

Friendlyfootballbox|date = December 5, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|HKG|colonial | |goals1 = |goals2 = Lau Wing Yip goal|85' |stadium = Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong.
Attendance: 9,548
Referee:
----

Australia v Israel

Friendlyfootballbox|date = December 2, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR | |goals1 = Cole goal|28'(p) |goals2 = |stadium = Vasermil Stadium, Beersheba, Israel.
Attendance: 5,000
Referee:Zvi Sharir ISR
----

Australia v Greece

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 11, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–3 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC | |goals1 = Cole goal|24'
Barnes goal|84'
Selemidis goal|88' |goals2 = Damanakis goal|25'
Domazos goal|67'
Dalikaris goal|89'(p) |stadium = Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium, Athens, Greece.
Attendance: 11,300
Referee:Vasilis Vourakis----

Australia v Mexico

2 Friendliesfootballbox|date = August 26, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|MEX | |goals1 = Cole goal|58'|goals2 = Castro goal|67' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee:C Bambridge AUS

footballbox|date = August 24, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|MEX | |goals1 = Boden goal|57'(p)
Yzendoorn goal|73' |goals2 = Castro goal|39'
Gonzalez goal|84' |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:7,500
Referee:C Bambridge AUS
"The series was drawn 0-0".----

Australia v Northern Ireland

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = June 18, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NIR | |goals1 = Sharne goal|?'|goals2 = Brotherston goal|67'
McCurdey goal|77' |stadium = Adelaide, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee:

footballbox|date = June 15, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NIR | |goals1 = Sharne goal|18' |goals2 = O'Neill goal|82' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:10,000
Referee:S Mellings AUS

footballbox|date = June 12, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NIR | |goals1 = Sharne goal|85' |goals2 = Nicholl goal|11'
O'Neill goal|53' |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:12,000
Referee:P Rampley AUS
"Northern Ireland won the series 2-0".----

Australia v England

Friendlyfootballbox|date = May 31, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= |team2 = fb|ENG | |goals1 = Cole goal|88'(p) |goals2 = Hoddle goal|10'
Mariner goal|25' |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:45,000
Referee:T Boskovic AUS
----

Australia v Papua New Guinea

Friendlyfootballbox|date = February 26, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 11–2 |report= |team2 = fb|PNG | |goals1 = Moulis goal|?'
Bertogna goal|?'
Bozanic goal|?'
Hunter goal|?',?',?'
Krncevic goal|?'
Sharne goal|?',?',?',?' |goals2 = Mouagi goal|?'
Torea goal|?' |stadium = Noumea Stadium, Noumea, New Caledonia.
Attendance:
Referee:

Australia v Czechoslovakia

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = February 9, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|TCH | |goals1 = Prskalo goal|9'(p)
Krncevic goal|55'
Prskalo yel|?
John Coyne yel|?|goals2 = Dobias goal|11'(p)
Nehoda goal|23'
Ondrus yel|?
Nehoda yel|?|stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance: 15,000
Referee:Barry Harwood AUS

footballbox|date = February 3, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–5 |report= |team2 = fb|TCH | |goals1 = |goals2 = Masny goal|46'
Gajdusek goal|55'
Masny goal|63'
Kroupa goal|81'
Kozak goal|88' |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:14,368
Referee:Tony Boskovic AUS

footballbox|date = January 27, 1980
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–4 |report= |team2 = fb|TCH | |goals1 = |goals2 = Jurkemik goal|24'
Vizek goal|34'
Nehoda goal|62'
Kozak goal|67' |stadium = Canberra Stadium, Canberra, Australia.
Attendance:15,283
Referee:C Bambridge AUS
"Czechoslovakia won the series 2-0".

1970s

1979

Australia v Taiwan

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 27, 1979
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|Taiwan| |goals1 = Cumming goal|43'
Cole goal|74'|goals2 = |stadium = Taipei, Taiwan.
Attendance: 2,000
Referee:
----

Australia v New Zealand

Friendlyfootballbox|date = June 13, 1979
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZ |goals1 = |goals2 = Ormond goal|58' |stadium = Newmarket Park, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Tom Delahunty NZ
----

1978

Australia v Greece

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = June 18, 1978
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 = Barnes goal|77'(p) |goals2 = Karavitis goal|12' |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 15,000
Referee:David Yelland AUS
----footballbox|date = June 14, 1978
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 =Maher yel|?
Kosmina yel| |goals2 = Ifandidis goal|71'
Xanthopoulos yel|
Ravousis yel||stadium = Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia.
Attendance: 9,502
Referee: Don Campbell AUS
----footballbox|date = June 11, 1978
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–2 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 = Cole goal|63' |goals2 = Ifandidis goal|63',77' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Peter Rampley AUS
"Greece won the series 2-0".----

1977

1978 World Cup Qualifiers

FIRST ROUND.footballbox
date = March 13, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 0
team2 = fb|Taiwan
goals1 = Rooney goal|8',46'
Abonyi goal|16'
goals2 =
stadium = Ba, Fiji
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: P Watana THA

footballbox
date = March 16, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 1
team2 = fb|Taiwan
goals1 = Kosmina goal|35'
Abonyi goal|58'
goals2 = Fang Shin-sing goal|29'
stadium = Ba, Fiji
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: G Vijit THA

footballbox
date = March 27, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 1
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Ollerton goal|60',85'
Kosmina goal|72'
goals2 = Nelson goal|4'
stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance:
Referee: Cham Tam Sun flagicon|Hong Kong|colonial Hong Kong

footballbox
date = March 30, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 1
team2 = fb|NZ
goals1 = Ollerton goal|18'
goals2 = Nelson goal|?'
stadium = Newmarket Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Cheung Kwok Kui flagicon|Hong Kong|colonial Hong Kong

SECOND ROUND.footballbox
date = July 10, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 0
team2 = fb|Hong Kong|colonial
goals1 = Kosmina goal|27',84'
Barnes goal|46'
goals2 =
stadium = Adelaide, Australia
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: W Hungerbuehler SUI

footballbox
date = August 14, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 1
team2 = fb|Iran|1964
goals1 =
goals2 = Rowshan goal|68'
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Franz Wohrer AUT

footballbox
date = August 28, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 1
team2 = fb|KOR
goals1 = Kosmina goal|63',75'
goals2 = Cha Bum Keun goal|23'
stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Jan Keizer NED

footballbox
date = October 16, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 2
team2 = fb|KUW
goals1 = Rooney goal|40'
goals2 = Kamil goal|41'(p)
Aziz goal|49'
stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Michel Vautrot FRA

footballbox
date = October 23, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 0
team2 = fb|KOR
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Seoul, South Korea
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Ulf Eriksson SWE

footballbox
date = October 30, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 5 – 2
team2 = fb|Hong Kong|colonial
goals1 = Ollerton goal|18',21',27'
Abonyi goal|59'(p)
Bennett goal|86'
goals2 = Tang Hung Cheong goal|66'
Chung Chor Wai goal|80'
stadium = Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Alexis Ponnet BEL

footballbox
date = November 19, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 1
team2 = fb|KUW
goals1 =
goals2 = Faisal Al Dakheel goal|51'
stadium = Kuwait City, Kuwait
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Josef Bucek AUT

footballbox
date = November 25, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 1
team2 = fb|Iran|1964
goals1 =
goals2 = Djahani goal|44'
stadium = Ayramehr Stadium, Tehran, Iran
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Michel Kitabdjian FRA
"Iran qualified for the 1978 FIFA World Cup".

Australia v Singapore

Friendlyfootballbox
date = November 13, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|SIN
goals1 = Ollerton goal|?'
Abonyi goal|?'
goals2 =
stadium = Singapore Stadium, Singapore
Attendance:
Referee:

Australia v Fiji

Friendlyfootballbox
date = March 19, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 1
team2 = fb|FIJ
goals1 =
goals2 = Okete goal|75'
stadium = Suva, Fiji
Attendance: 6,900
Referee: Bob Khan FIJ

Australia v Israel

2 Friendliesfootballbox
date = February 16, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 1
team2 = fb|ISR
goals1 = Muniz goal|59'
goals2 = Schweitzer goal|72'
stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 6,900
Referee: Des Miles AUS

footballbox
date = February 12, 1977
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 1
team2 = fb|ISR
goals1 = Ollerton goal|58'
goals2 = Damti goal|10'
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Barry Harwood AUS
"Series was drawn 0-0".----

1976

Australia v Israel

Friendlyfootballbox
date = November 3, 1976
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 1
team2 = fb|ISR
goals1 = Wilson goal|56'
goals2 = Damti goal|42'
stadium = Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Rene Mathieu SUI
----

Australia v Hong Kong

Friendlyfootballbox|date = October 24, 1976
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|HKG|colonial |goals1 = Abonyi goal|35'(p)
Nyskohus goal|44' |goals2 = |stadium = Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong.
Attendance:
Referee:
----

Australia v Singapore

Friendlyfootballbox
date = October 22, 1976
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 0
team2 = fb|SIN
goals1 = Ollerton goal|48'
goals2 =
stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Lee SIN
----

Australia v Indonesia

Friendlyfootballbox
date = October 20, 1976
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 1
team2 = fb|IDN
goals1 = Abonyi goal|5'
goals2 = Rizal goal|83'
stadium = Jakarta, Indonesia
Attendance:
Referee:
----

Australia v Hong Kong

2 Friendliesfootballbox|date = August 18, 1976
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|HKG|colonial |goals1 = Abonyi goal|12'
Harding goal|27' |goals2 = |stadium = Graham Park, Gosford, Australia.
Attendance:5,000
Referee: Tony Boskovic AUS

footballbox|date = August 11, 1976
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|HKG|colonial |goals1 = |goals2 = Tang Hung Chong goal|12' |stadium = Manuka Oval, Canberra, Australia.
Attendance:4,000
Referee: Peter Rampley AUS
"Series was drawn 1-1".----

Australia v New Zealand

2 Friendliesfootballbox|date = March 2, 1976
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Barnes goal|?'
Ollerton goal|?'
Abonyi goal|?' |goals2 = Taylor goal|?' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee: Stuart Mellings AUS

footballbox|date = February 29, 1976
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Harding goal|79' |goals2 = |stadium = Newmarket Park, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance:12,300
Referee: Peter Rampley AUS
"Australian won the series 2-0".----

1975

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1974

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1974 FIFA World Cup

Australia v West Germany

First Roundfootballbox
date = June 14, 1974
19:30
team1 = fb-rt|GDR
report = [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=39/results/matches/match=1955/report.html (Report)]
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|AUS
goals1 = Curran (o.g.) goal|58
Streich goal|72
goals2 =
stadium = Hamburg, Volksparkstadion
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: N'Diaye, Senegal flagicon|Senegal

Australia v East Germany

First Roundfootballbox
date = June 18, 1974
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report = [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=39/results/matches/match=1954/report.html (Report)]
score = 0 – 3
team2 = fb|West Germany
goals1 =
goals2 = Overath goal|12
Cullmann goal|34
Müller goal|53
stadium = Hamburg, Volksparkstadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Kamel, Egypt flagicon|Egypt

Australia v Chile

First Roundfootballbox
date = June 22, 1974
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report = [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=39/results/matches/match=1953/report.html (Report)]
score = 0 – 0
team2 = fb|CHI
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = West Berlin, Olympiastadion
Attendance: 14,681
Referee: Namdar, Iran flagicon|Iran|1964
----

Australia v Israel

Friendlyfootballbox
date = May 28, 1974
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 2
team2 = fb|ISR
goals1 = Mackay goal|89'
goals2 = Feygenbaum goal|58',88'
stadium = Bloomfield Stadium, Jaffa, Israel
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Jean Dubach SUI
----

Australia v Indonesia

Friendlyfootballbox
date = June 22, 1974
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 1
team2 = fb|INA
goals1 = Wilson goal|77'
Curran goal|80'
goals2 = Waskito goal|89'
stadium = Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia
Attendance: 62,000
Referee: Juremi INA
----

Australia v Uruguay

2 Friendliesfootballbox
date = April 27, 1974
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|URU
goals1 = Baartz goal|59'
Ollerton goal|84'
goals2 = Luis Garristo sent off|0
stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 25,708
Referee: Don Campbell AUS
----footballbox
date = April 25, 1974
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 0
team2 = fb|URU
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 20,283
Referee: Peter Ramplay AUS
----

1973

1974 World Cup Qualifiers

FIRST ROUNDfootballbox|date = March 4, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Campbell goal|85'|goals2 = Turner goal|57'|stadium = Newmarket Ground, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Sun Tak Luk flagicon|Hong Kong|colonial

footballbox|date = March 11, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|IRQ|1963 |goals1 = Richards goal|49'
Alston goal|80',85'|goals2 = Nuri goal|90'|stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 28,514
Referee: Govindsamy Suppiah SIN

footballbox|date = March 13, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–1 |report= |team2 = fb|IDN |goals1 = Campbell goal|22'
Alston goal|42'|goals2 = Iswadi goal|36'|stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 12,763
Referee: Dau Van Dzu flagicon|South Vietnam

footballbox|date = March 16, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–3 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Utjesenovic goal|11'
Baartz goal|19'
Buljevic goal|26' |goals2 = Vest goal|10'
Tindall goal|50'
Hogg goal|86'(og) |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 14,071
Referee: K Mahendron MAS

footballbox|date = March 18, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|IRQ|1963 |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance: 10,684
Referee: Masatoshi Nagashima JPN

footballbox|date = March 24, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 6–0 |report= |team2 = fb|IDN |goals1 = Mackay goal|3',40'
Abonyi goal|23',54'
Richards goal|72'
Baartz goal|78' |goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 12,390
Referee: Masatoshi Nagashima JPN

SECOND ROUNDfootballbox|date = August 18, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|Iran|1964 |goals1 = Alston goal|43'
Abonyi goal|46'
Wilson goal|85' |goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 30,881
Referee: Rudolf Scheurer SUI

footballbox|date = August 24, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–2 |report= |team2 = fb|Iran|1964 |goals1 = |goals2 = Ghelichkhani goal|14'(p),31' |stadium = Aryamehr Stadium, Tehran, Iran.
Attendance: 80,000
Referee: Pavel Kasakov flagicon|Soviet Union

THIRD ROUNDfootballbox|date = October 28, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 32,005
Referee: Vital Loraux BEL

footballbox|date = November 11, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Buljevic goal|31'
Baartz goal|47'|goals2 = Kim Jae Han goal|15'
Koe Jae Wook goal|30' |stadium = Municipal Stadium, Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Arie Van Gemert NED

DECIDERfootballbox|date = November 13, 1973
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Mackay goal|70'|goals2 = |stadium = Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong.
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Arie Van Gemert NED
"Australia qualified for the 1974 FIFA World Cup finals".----

1972

Australia v Philippines

Friendlyfootballbox|date = October 29, 1972
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 6–0 |report= |team2 = fb|PHI |goals1 = Abonyi goal|29'(p)
Buljevic goal|52'
Butler goal|64'
Warren goal|66'
Utesenovic goal|75'
Richards goal|?'
|goals2 = |stadium = Manila, Philippines.
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Julian Esguarra PHI
----

Australia v South Korea

2 Friendliesfootballbox|date = October 24, 1972
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Baartz goal|12'
Armstrong goal|42' |goals2 = |stadium = Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Mang Myung Sup KOR

footballbox|date = October 22, 1972
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Tolson goal|12' |goals2 = Lee Chan Man goal|?' |stadium = Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Kim Ju Won KOR
"Australia won the series 1-0".----

Australia v South Vietnam

Friendlyfootballbox|date = October 15, 1972
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|South Vietnam |goals1 = Buljevic goal|35' |goals2 = |stadium = Cong Hoa Stadium, Saigon, South Vietnam.
Attendance: 23,000
Referee:
----

Australia v New Zealand

Friendlyfootballbox|date = October 9, 1972
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Abonyi goal|26'
Baartz goal|54'
Warren goal|76' |goals2 = Vest goal|7'|stadium = Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Kosasih Kartadiredja IDN
----

Australia v Indonesia

Friendlyfootballbox|date = October 7, 1972
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–1 |report= |team2 = fb|IDN |goals1 = Buljevic goal|52',88'
Tolson goal|60'
Baartz goal|78'(p) |goals2 = Kadir goal|83'(p)|stadium = Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Achmad Karim IDN
----

1971

Australia v Israel

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = November 21, 1971
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR |goals1 = Baartz goal|87'|goals2 = Rozen goal|15'
Shaharabani goal|46',84'|stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance: 9,639
Referee: Roger Lamb AUS
----footballbox|date = November 14, 1971
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR |goals1 = Ainslie goal|12'|goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 11,282
Referee: Tony Boskovic AUS
----footballbox|date = November 11, 1971
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR |goals1 = Tolson goal|19'
Alston goal|72'|goals2 = Kalderon goal|11'
Spiegler goal|63'|stadium = Lang Park, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance: 5,040
Referee: Vince Dobinson AUS
"Series was drawn 1-1".----

1970

Australia v Mexico

Friendlyfootballbox|date = December 2, 1970
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–3 |report= |team2 = fb|MEX |goals1 = |goals2 = Valdivia goal|40',80'
Gomez goal|55' |stadium = Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico.
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Abel Aguilar MEX
----

Australia v Greece

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 17, 1970
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 = Alston goal|11'
Mackay goal|23'
Blue goal|77' |goals2 = Elefterakis goal|22' |stadium = Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium, Athens, Greece.
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Nikos Yannopoulos GRC
----

Australia v Israel

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 10, 1970
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR |goals1 = Richards goal|50'|goals2 = |stadium = Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat-Gan, Israel.
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Menachem Ashkenazi ISR
----

1960s

1969

1970 World Cup Qualifiers

FIRST ROUNDfootballbox|date = October 10, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|JPN |goals1 = McColl goal|5'
Ogi goal|68'(og)
Baartz goal|69' |goals2 = Watanabe goal|11' |stadium = Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance: 10,500
Referee: P Nice MAS

footballbox|date = October 14, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–1 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Watkiss goal|37'
McColl goal|82'
goals2 = Lee Lee Woo goal|45' |stadium = Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: G Suppiah SIN

footballbox|date = October 16, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|JPN |goals1 = McColl goal|39' |goals2 = Myamoto goal|4' |stadium = Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance:
Referee:

footballbox|date = October 20, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Baartz goal|58'
goals2 = Park Soo Il goal|29' |stadium = Seoul, South Korea.
Attendance: 25,000
Referee:
"Australia progress to the second round".

SECOND ROUNDfootballbox|date = November 23, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|Rhodesia |goals1 = McColl goal|68'
goals2 = Chalmers goal|63' |stadium = Salazar Stadium, Laurenco Marques, Mozambique.
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Saldanha Antonio Ribeiro POR

footballbox|date = November 27, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|Rhodesia |goals1 =
goals2 = |stadium = Salazar Stadium, Laurenco Marques, Mozambique.
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Saldanha Antonio Ribeiro POR

footballbox|date = November 29, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|Rhodesia |goals1 = Rutherford goal|12'
Sibanda goal|22'(og)
Warren goal|56'
goals2 = Chalmers goal|49' |stadium = Salazar Stadium, Laurenco Marques, Mozambique.
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Saldanha Antonio Ribeiro POR
"Australia progress to the third round".

THIRD ROUNDfootballbox|date = December 4, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR |goals1 =
goals2 = Zeman goal|16'(og) |stadium = Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan, Israel.
Attendance: 48,000
Referee: Ferdinand Marschall AUT

footballbox|date = December 14, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|ISR |goals1 = Watkiss goal|88'
goals2 = Spiegler goal|78' |stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 32,500
Referee: Ferdinand Marschall AUT
"Israel qualify for the 1970 FIFA World Cup finals".----

Australia v Greece

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = July 27, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–2 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 = |goals2 = Dedes goal|22'
Papaioannou goal|55' |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance: 24,416
Referee:Vince Dobinson AUS
----footballbox|date = July 23, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 = Vojtek goal|48
Baartz goal|62 |goals2 = Dedes goal|19',46'
? sent off|0|stadium = Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance: 10,037
Referee: Harold Parsons AUS
----footballbox|date = July 20, 1969
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|GRC |goals1 = Abonyi goal|60'(p) |goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 30,155
Referee: Tony Boskovic AUS
"The series was drawn 1-1".----

1968

Australia v Japan

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = April 4, 1968
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= |team2 = fb|JPN |goals1 = McColl goal|70 |goals2 = Sygiyama goal|?'
Kamamoto goal|?',?' |stadium = Adelaide, Australia.
Attendance: 6,127
Referee:
----footballbox|date = March 31, 1968
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|JPN |goals1 = Scheinflug goal|33
Vojtek goal|42'
Baartz goal|?' |goals2 = Y Kuwahara goal|31 |stadium = Olympic Park Stadium Melbourne, Australia.
Attendance: 9,974
Referee:
----footballbox|date = March 30, 1968
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|JPN |goals1 = McColl goal|?'
Blue goal|?' |goals2 = Kamamoto goal|?',?' |stadium = Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 8,646
Referee:
"Series drawn 1-1".----

1967

Australia v Malaysia

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 26, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–0 |report= |team2 = fb|MAS |goals1 = Vojtek goal|?',?'
McColl goal|?'
Abonyi goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Attendance: 500
Referee:
----

Australia v Singapore

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 21, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 6–1 |report= |team2 = fb|SIN |goals1 = Abonyi goal|?',?'
Westwater goal|?'
Micic goal|?'
McColl goal|?'
Vojtek goal|?' |goals2 = ? goal|?' |stadium = Singapore.
Attendance: 4,000
Referee:
----

Australia v Indonesia

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 17, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–0 |report= |team2 = fb|IDN |goals1 = Baartz goal|37'
Abonyi goal|43' |goals2 = |stadium = Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Attendance: 20,000
Referee:
----

Vietnam National Day Tournament

Group 'A' matchfootballbox|date = November 5, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 5–3 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Abonyi goal|?',?',?'
Warren goal|?'
Baartz goal|?' |goals2 = Mears goal|?'
Nemeth goal|?'
Shawgoal|?' |stadium = Cong Hoa Stadium, Saigon, South Vietnam.
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Hong Duk Yong KOR

Group 'A' matchfootballbox|date = November 7, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|South Vietnam |goals1 = Warren goal|35' |goals2 = |stadium = Cong Hoa Stadium, Saigon, South Vietnam.
Attendance: 20,000
Referee:

Group 'A' matchfootballbox|date = November 11, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 5–1 |report= |team2 = fb|SIN |goals1 = Abonyi goal|?',?',?'
Warren goal|?'
Baartz goal|53' |goals2 = ? goal|?'(p) |stadium = Cong Hoa Stadium, Saigon, South Vietnam.
Attendance: 10,000
Referee:

Semi-Finalfootballbox|date = November 12, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 (AET) |report= |team2 = fb|MAS |goals1 = Baartz goal|117' |goals2 = |stadium = Cong Hoa Stadium, Saigon, South Vietnam.
Attendance: 30,000
Referee:

Finalfootballbox|date = November 14, 1967
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–2 |report= |team2 = fb|KOR |goals1 = Vojtek goal|36'
Abonyi goal|?'
Warren goal|?' |goals2 = Lee Young Kewn goal|1'
Huh Yoon Jung goal|?'|stadium = Cong Hoa Stadium, Saigon, South Vietnam.
Attendance: 30,000
Referee:
"Australia won the Vietnam National Day Tournament".----

1966

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1965

Australia v Malaysia

2 Friendliesfootballbox|date = December 8, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|MAS |goals1 = Aird goal|42'(og)
Pearson goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Perak Stadium, Ipoh, Malaysia.
Attendance: 1,000
Referee:
----footballbox|date = December 7, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–0 |report= |team2 = fb|MAS |goals1 = Todd goal|54'
Johnson goal|65'
Scheinflug goal|84'(p) |goals2 = |stadium = Perak Stadium, Ipoh, Malaysia.
Attendance: 300
Referee:
"Australia won the series 2-0".----

Australia v Taiwan

Friendlyfootballbox|date = December 3, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–1 |report= |team2 = fb|Taiwan |goals1 = Blue goal|5',7',58' |goals2 = Cheung Chi Wai goal|50'(p) |stadium = Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong.
Attendance: 13,800
Referee: Fred Prattlett flagicon|Hong Kong|colonial
----

Australia v Hong Kong

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 29, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|HKG|colonial |goals1 = |goals2 = McLaren goal|22' |stadium = Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong.
Attendance:
Referee:
----

Australia v Cambodia

Friendlyfootballbox|date = November 26, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|CAM |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Stade Olympique, Phnom-Penh, Cambodia.
Attendance:
Referee:
----

1966 World Cup Qualifiers

footballbox|date = November 24, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= |team2 = fb|PRK |goals1 =Scheinflug goal|15' |goals2 = Kim Seung II goal|18,75'
Pak Seung Jin goal|53' |stadium = Stade Olympique, Phnom-Penh, Cambodia.
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: de Silva SIN

footballbox|date = November 21, 1965
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–6 |report= |team2 = fb|PRK |goals1 = Scheinflug goal|70'(p)|goals2 = Pak Doo-Ik goal|15'
Pak Seung Jin goal|54',80'
Han Bong Jin goal|65',88"
On Seung Hwi goal|58'|stadium = Stade Olympique, Phnom-Penh, Cambodia.
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Nice MAS
"North Korea qualified for the 1966 FIFA World Cup finals 9-2 on aggregate".----

1960 to 1964

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1950s

1959

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1958

Australia v New Zealand

2 Friendliesfootballbox|date = August 23, 1958
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Aird goal|42'(og)
Vogler goal|?' |goals2 = Steel goal|11',46' |stadium = Carlaw Park, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance: 8,500
Referee: R Lund NZ
----footballbox|date = August 16, 1958
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Loughrin goal|14'
Nunn goal|44'
Adair goal|70 |goals2 = Aird goal|30'(p)
Hume goal|?'|stadium = Basin Reserve, Wellington,
New Zealand.
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: M Swain NZ
"Australia won the series 1-0".----

1957

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1956

Australia v India

Friendlyfootballbox
date = December 12, 1956
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 7
team2 = fb|IND
goals1 = Vogler goal|?'
goals2 = Banerjeegoal|?',?'
D'Souza goal|?',?'
Kittu goal|?',?'
Banerjeegoal|?'
stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Ron Wright AUS
----

1956 Summer Olympics

First Roundfootballbox
date = November 27, 1956
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|JPN
goals1 = McMillan goal|26'(p)
Loughran goal|61'
goals2 =
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 3,568
Referee: R Lund NZ
----Quarter-Finalsfootballbox
date = December 1, 1956
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 4
team2 = fb|IND
goals1 = Morrow goal|?',?'
goals2 = D'Souza goal|?',?',?'
Kittu goal|?'
stadium = Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 12,000
Referee:
----

1955

Australia v South Africa

5 Friendliesfootballbox
date = October 1, 1955
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 4
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Vairy goal|39'
goals2 = Hughes goal|?',?',?'
Le Roux goal|?'
stadium = Newcastle Sports Ground, Newcastle, Australia
Attendance: 2,907
Referee: G Muir AUS
----footballbox
date = September 24, 1955
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 6
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 =
goals2 = Hughes goal|?',?"
Patton goal|?'
Palmer goal|?'
Le Roux goal|?'
Wilsongoal|?'(og)
stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance:
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 17, 1950
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 8
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 =
goals2 = Rufus goal|?',?'
Hughes goal|?',?'
Paton goal|?',?'
Jacques goal|?'
Palmer goal|?'
stadium = Kensington Oval, Adelaide, Australia
Attendance:
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 10, 1955
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 2
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 =
goals2 = Palmer goal|84'
Hughes goal|86'
stadium = Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 3,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 3, 1955
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 0 – 3
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 =
goals2 = Palmer goal|2'
Paton goal|?'
Hughes goal|88'
stadium = Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 5,640
Referee: Bill Malcolm AUS
"South Africa won the series 5-0".----

1954

Australia v New Zealand

3 Friendliesfootballbox
date = September 4, 1954
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 4 – 1
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Murphy goal|?"
Nunn goal|?',?'
Stewart goal|?'
goals2 = Steele goal|?'
stadium = Sydney Sports Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 5,798
Referee: Dick Thorpe AUS
----footballbox
date = August 28, 1954
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 4 – 1
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Robertson goal|?'
Stewart goal|?',?'
Lennard goal|?'
goals2 = Smith goal|?'
stadium = Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, Australia
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: V Robertson AUS
----footballbox
date = August 14, 1954
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 2
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Robertson goal|75'
goals2 = King goal|5'
Steele goal|7'
stadium = Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance:
Referee: G Gatt AUS
"Australia won the series 2-1".----

1951 to 1953

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1950

Australia v South Africa

4 Friendliesfootballbox
date = July 23, 1950
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 0
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Nunn goal|49',71'
goals2 =
stadium = Hartley Vale, Cape Town, South Africa
Attendance: 12,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = July 8, 1950
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 1
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Parsons goal|64',70'
goals2 = Claasens goal|54'
stadium = St George Park, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: A Finlay flagicon|RSA|1928
----footballbox
date = July 1, 1950
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 2
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Nunn goal|70' (p)
goals2 = Claasens goal|33',46'
stadium = Ellis Park, Johannesburg, South Africa
Attendance: 20,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = June 24, 1950
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 3
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Nunn goal|38'
Hulmegoal|?'
goals2 = Claasens goal|14',82'
Botha goal|69'
stadium = Kingsmead, Durban, South Africa
Attendance: 20,000
Referee:
"Series drawn 2-2".----

1940s

1949

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1948

Australia v New Zealand

4 Friendliesfootballbox
date = September 11, 1948
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 8 – 1
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Parsons goal|?',?',?',?',?',?'
Cunningham goal|?'
Hughes goal|?'
goals2 = Masters goal|?'
stadium = Blanford Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance:
Referee: C Edwards NZ
----footballbox
date = September 4, 1948
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 4 – 0
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Johns goal|?',?'
Hughes goal|?'
Lawrie goal|?'
goals2 =
stadium = Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand
Attendance:
Referee: J Sanderson NZ
----footballbox
date = August 28, 1948
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 7 – 0
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Parsons goal|?',?',?'
Hughes goal|?',?'
Cunningham goal|?'
Johns goal|?'
goals2 =
stadium = Lancaster Park, Christchurch, New Zealand
Attendance:
Referee: T Gottermeyer NZ
----footballbox
date = August 14, 1948
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 6 – 0
team2 = fb|NZL
goals1 = Parsons goal|?',?',?'
Hughes goal|?',?'
Cunningham goal|?'
goals2 =
stadium = Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand
Attendance:
Referee: V Wheeler NZ
"Australia won the series 4-0".----

1947

Australia v South Africa

5 Friendliesfootballbox
date = June 14, 1947
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 2
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Cunningham goal|?'
goals2 = Anley goal|?',?'
stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance:
Referee: William McWilliams AUS
----footballbox
date = June 7, 1947
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 5 – 1
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Date goal|?',?',?'
Hughes goal|?'
Cunningham goal|?'
goals2 = Wilson goal|?',?'
stadium = Newcastle Sports Ground, Newcastle, Australia
Attendance: 18,442
Referee: William McWilliams AUS
----footballbox
date = May 31, 1947
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 3
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Cunningham goal|?'
Date goal|?'
goals2 = Classens goal|20',?'
Smethurst goal|?'
stadium = Sydney Showground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: William McWilliams AUS
----footballbox
date = May 24, 1947
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 2 – 4
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Date goal|?',?'(p)
goals2 = Anley goal|?',?'
Smethurst goal|?'
Wilson goal|?'
stadium = Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, Australia
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: T Boyd AUS
----footballbox
date = May 10, 1947
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 2
team2 = fb|RSA|1928
goals1 = Date goal|4'
goals2 = Anley goal|?'
Wilson goal|?'
stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: William McWilliams AUS
"South Africa won the series 3-1-1".----

1946

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1940 to 1945

"No 'A' Internationals played due to World War II".

1930s

1939

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1938

Australia v India

5 Friendliesfootballbox
date = October 1, 1938
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 3 – 1
team2 = fb|India|British
goals1 = Hughes goal|?',?'
Coolahan goal|?'
goals2 = Lumsden goal|51'
stadium = Melbourne Showground, Melbourne, Australia
Attendance: 9,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 24, 1938
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 5 – 4
team2 = fb|India|British
goals1 = Hughes goal|?',?'
Wilkinson goal|?',?'
Bryant goal|?'
goals2 = Prosad goal|51'
Lumsden goal|?',?',?'(p)
stadium = Sydney Showground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 12,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 10, 1938
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 1 – 4
team2 = fb|India|British
goals1 = Hughes goal|?'
goals2 = Ramin goal|?',?'
Lumsden goal|?',46'(p)
Bhattacharjeegoal|?'
stadium = Newcastle Sports Ground, Newcastle, Australia
Attendance: 9,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 17, 1938
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 4 – 4
team2 = fb|India|British
goals1 = Hughes goal|?',?'
Kitching goal|?'
Brittain goal|?'
goals2 = Ramin goal|?',?'
Mohammed goal|?',?'
Lumsden goal|?'
stadium = Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, Australia
Attendance: 18,000
Referee:
----footballbox
date = September 3, 1938
16:00
team1 = fb-rt|AUS
report =
score = 5 – 3
team2 = fb|India|British
goals1 = Quill goal|?',?'
Hughes goal|?',?'
Wilkinson goal|?'
goals2 = Ramin goal|?',?'
Mohammed goal|?',?'
Lumsden goal|?'
stadium = Sydney Showground, Sydney, Australia
Attendance: 16,144
Referee:
"Australia won the series 3-1".----

1937

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1936

Australia v New Zealand

3 Friendlies.footballbox|date = July 18, 1936
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Cameron goal|?',?'
Price goal|?',?' |goals2 = Haggett goal|?' |stadium = Blanford Park, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance:
Referee: A Firth
NZ
----footballbox|date = July 11, 1936
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 10–0 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Smith goal|?',?',?',?',?'
Price goal|?',?'
Cameron goal|?',?' |goals2 = |stadium = Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand.
Attendance:
Referee: G Jackson
NZ
----footballbox|date = July 4, 1936
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 7–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Price goal|?',?'
Cameron goal|?',?'
Smith goal|?',?',?',?' |goals2 = Skinner goal|?' |stadium = Logan Park, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Attendance:
Referee: W Smith
NZ
"Australia won the series 3-0".----

1934 to 1935

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1933

Australia v New Zealand

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = June 24, 1933
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Edwards goal|?'
Crowhurst goal|?'
Smith goal|?',?' |goals2 = Kershaw goal|?', ?' |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance:
Referee: J Harris
AUS
----footballbox|date = June 17, 1933
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 6–4 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Smith goal|?',?',?'
Crowhurst goal|?'
Cameron goal|?',?'
Hughes goal|?'|goals2 = Chapman goal|?'
Kayes goal|?'
Kershaw goal|?' (p)
Ivesgoal|?'|stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: D Queen
AUS
----footballbox|date = June 5, 1933
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–2 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Smith goal|?',?'
Gorring goal|?',?' |goals2 = Kershaw goal|?'Chapman goal|?' |stadium = Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Z Korotcoff
AUS
"Australia won the series 3-0".----

1930 to 1932

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1920s

1925 to 1929

"No 'A' Internationals played".

1924

Australia v Canada

6 Friendliesfootballbox|date = July 26, 1924
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–0 |report= |team2 = fb|CAN|1921 |goals1 = Masters goal|?' |goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: J Nicholson AUS
----footballbox|date = July 12, 1924
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–4 |report= |team2 = fb|CAN|1921 |goals1 = Maunder goal|?' |goals2 = Wilson goal|?', ?' Linning goal|?' Stobbart goal|?'|stadium = Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia.
Attendance: 6,000
Referee:
----footballbox|date = June 28, 1924
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–0 |report= |team2 = fb|CAN|1921 |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Newcastle Showground, Newcastle, Australia.
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: J Nicholson AUS
----footballbox|date = June 23, 1924
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 4–1 |report= |team2 = fb|CAN|1921 |goals1 = Masters goal|?',?'
Maunder goal|?',?' |goals2 =Forrest goal|?' |stadium = Sydney Showground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: WA Wright AUS
----footballbox|date = June 14, 1924
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 0–1 |report= |team2 = fb|CAN|1921 |goals1 = |goals2 =Stobbart goal|?' |stadium = Sydney Showground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: J Nicholson AUS
----footballbox|date = June 7, 1924
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 3–2 |report= |team2 = fb|CAN|1921 |goals1 = Ward goal|?'
Masters goal|?', ?'|goals2 =Linning goal|?'
Ford goal|?'|stadium = Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance: 10,000
Referee:
----"Australia won the series 3-2".

1923

Australia v New Zealand

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = June 30, 1923
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–4 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Maunder goal|?' |goals2 = Campbell goal|46',51',?', ?'|stadium = Newcastle Showground, Newcastle, Australia.
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: LB Tamlyn
AUS
----footballbox|date = June 16, 1923
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–3 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Lennard goal|'
Gilmour goal|' |goals2 = Campbell goal|?', ?', ?' |stadium = Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia.
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: A Jackson
AUS
----footballbox|date = June 9, 1923
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 2–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Lennard goal|7'
Maunder goal|90' |goals2 = Dacre goal|57' |stadium = Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, Australia.
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: M Thornley
NZ
----"New Zealand won the series 2-1".

1922

Australia v New Zealand

3 Friendliesfootballbox|date = July 8, 1922
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Brown goal|?' |goals2 = Ballard goal|?
Cook goal|10
Dacre goal|?|stadium = Carlaw Park, Auckland, New Zealand.
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: R Dawson
NZ
----footballbox|date = June 24, 1922
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–1 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Bratten goal|25' |goals2 = Cook goal|10'|stadium = Athletic Park, Wellington,
New Zealand.
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: RS Lithgow
NZ
----footballbox|date = June 17, 1922
06:30 AEDT
team1 = fb-rt|AUS |score = 1–3 |report= |team2 = fb|NZL |goals1 = Maunder goal|45' |goals2 = Cook goal|20', ?
Knott goal|?|stadium = Carisbrook, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: M Thornley
NZ
----"New Zealand won the series 2-1".

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