Australia currently play in the AFC confederation where they play their home matches in gold shirts with green trim with their away kit being dark blue with gold trim and are manufactured by Nike. Their kits have had a long history of changing from green to gold and the occasional white and their nickname is the 'Socceroos' and they play in the Trans-Tasman rivalry between New Zealand. Their current roster of players includes Mark Schwarzer, Tim Cahill, Archie Thompson, Robbie Kruse, Brett Holman and Rhys Williams.
The Aussies play their home games in a kit of yellow shirts. The national team played at the World Cup finals in West Germany in 1974, which to date has been the Socceroos only appearance in this event. They have however beaten some of the top sides in friendly matches, notably England in recent years.
The golden yellow of Australia shines bright through Nike's latest home shirt for the team, whilst a navy alternative follows with class. To be used in Australia's 2018 World Cup Qualification campaign, Nike have handed the "Socceroos" trademark home and away shirts using their Vapor kit template [...]
Officially releasing their home kit for the 2014 World Cup in February this year, Australia have now launched their new away kit for the tournament in June. Australia stars Tom Rogic and Mark Milligan helped to launch Australia's new away kit revealing a dark blue/obsidian and gold display which [...]
Australia played their first international match away to New Zealand in Dunedin, New Zealand on the 17th June 1922 losing 3 - 1. Australia play their home games at various venues in Australia.
The nation have had several iconic players to player for their side including Harry Kewell, Mark Viduka, Brett Emerton, Mark Schwarzer, Lucas Neill and Tim Cahill.