The latest team news.

Manchester City winger Leroy Sane has withdrawn from Germany's squad for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.
Getting a Socceroos call-up wasn't something Danny Vukovic ever dreamed was possible just a year ago.
Sparta Rotterdam savior Craig Goodwin is hoping his last-day-of-the-season rescue act for his club could be the catalyst for a recall for his country.
Neymar has been left out of the Brazil squad for the international matches against Argentina and Australia in June at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Joachim Low insists Germany will do their best to give a good account of themselves at the FIFA Confederations Cup, but concedes his priority is to experiment...
Toni Kroos, Thomas Muller and Mesut Ozil are among the big names to be left out of Germany's squad for next month's 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia.
Sydney FC and Australia defender Alex Wilkinson admits he has "no idea" if his stellar club season will be rewarded with a recall to the national team that is...

Tim Cahill arrives home

Cahill arrives to launch his new autobiography "Legacy", and...

Franjic one-on-one

Socceroos defender Ivan Franjic talks about his time at Torpedo Moscow,...

One-on-one with Jedinak - Part 2

Ahead of the final Premier League game of the 2014-2015 season, Australia...

One-on-one with Jedinak - Part 1

Ahead of the final Premier League game of the 2014-2015 season, Australia...

Extended: Ryan learning from the best

TWG catches up with Australia goalkeeper Mat Ryan to talk Brugge, the Socceroos...

Ryan thriving for club and country

Australia goalkeeper Mat Ryan spends time with TWG in Bruges and talks about...

Socceroos drawn in tough group

Australia's path to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia became a little...

Luongo chats to TWG

He's used to opening up defences on the football pitch, now Socceroos star...

Two Weeks In June

This SBS documentary tells the story of the Socceroos historic 2006 FIFA World...

Tombides in the fight for his life

In 2011, Australian teenager Dylan Tombides was on the verge of a Premier...

Borroloola JMF Cup

The World Game made the long journey north to Borroloola, to see how football...

Freestyling with Zdrila

David Zdrilic sampled some of the skills on display at the fourth Australian...

Craig Johnston and Fozz - Part 1

Australian football great Craig Johnston and Fozz discuss just what is needed...

Craig Johnston and Fozz - Part 2

Australian football great Craig Johnston and Fozz talk about Tomas Rogic, a...

Craig Johnston and Fozz - Part 3

Australian football great Craig Johnston and Fozz talk about the Socceroos and...

FFA lanches 'Fairer Play' initiative

Football Federation Australia chief David Gallop was joined by ME Bank CEO...

Shootout

Bash and Zdrila dissect Australia's 2-2 draw with Oman, which has left the...

Bresciano and Zdrila sit down

Zdrila chats with Socceroos midfielder Mark Bresciano about his return to the...

Lucas Neill on the Socceroos

Australia captain Lucas Neill talks to Les Murray about the 2014 World Cup...

Exciting times for Rogic

Much is expected of gifted midfielder Tom Rogic and The World Game recently...

Latest News

The Socceroos will confront more challenges than they should have to in Tuesday night's World Cup qualifier with United Arab Emirates.
Here's everything you need to know ahead of Australia's 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against United Arab Emirates in Sydney on Tuesday night.
In Asia, and especially in the United Arab Emirates, there is no bigger star than Omar Abdulrahman - the man dubbed the 'Arabian Messi'.
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is set to make "a couple of changes" for Tuesday's crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier with United Arab Emirates in Sydney.
One of the worst drawbacks of the modern game is that national associations and clubs cannot afford to be patient and engage in long-term planning.
Australia left-back Brad Smith doesn't want to leave Premier League home Bournemouth but is ready to drop down a division for crucial game time.
Socceroos striker Tim Cahill is keen to remind anxious fans the national team has dug itself out of bigger holes than the one they currently find themselves in.
Mathew Leckie points out there's more to his game than scoring goals as he readies for another potential 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying start against the United...
Australia utility man Mark Milligan is out to fix the leaks that stymied the Socceroos' hopes of three points in their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Iraq.
Mitch Langerak is unsure if he's unseated Mat Ryan as Australia's first-choice goalkeeper but admits his call-up to face Iraq came as a surprise.
Jackson Irvine says he has mixed feelings about his Socceroos starting debut despite being one of the best players on the park in Thursday's 1-1 2018 FIFA World...
How each Socceroos player fared in Thursday's World Cup qualifier with Iraq in Tehran.
Mile Jedinak admits the Socceroos lost the physical battle against Iraq in their tense 1-1 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying draw in Tehran.
This is where things sit for the Socceroos on the road to Russia 2018 after Thursday night's 1-1 draw against Iraq in Tehran.
ANALYSIS: Australia's stuttering campaign to reach the 2018 FIFA World Cup is slipping out of their hands and is now in the lap of the gods.
The Socceroos have escaped with a nerve-wracking 1-1 draw against Iraq amid dreadful conditions in Tehran to leave their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification hopes...
This FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign is as tight as it gets for Australia. Halfway through, we can either qualify direct, be forced into playoffs or miss out...
Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has hailed the rise of midfielder Jackson Irvine, who is mounting an increasingly strong case for his first international start.
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has warned Iraq's poor World Cup qualifying record belies their true ability ahead of Thursday night's crunch clash in Tehran.
Australia captain Mile Jedinak is embracing a possibly permanent positional switch for Aston Villa but will remain a key cog in the national team's midfield.