Australian Socceroos Squad for the 2022 World Cup

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This is the 2022 Socceroos squad which played in the final qualifying match against Peru, with details of the club they regularly play for.

Name Club, Country

Nathaniel ATKINSON

Heart of Midlothian, Scotland

Aziz BEHICH

Uncontracted

Martin BOYLE

Al-Faisaly FC, Saudi Arabia

Nicholas D’AGOSTINO

Melbourne Victory FC, Australia

Jason DAVIDSON

Melbourne Victory FC, Australia

Milos DEGENEK

Columbus Crew, USA

Kenny DOUGALL

Blackpool FC, England

Mitchell DUKE

Fagiano Okayama, Japan

Denis GENREAU

Toulouse FC, France

Craig GOODWIN

Adelaide United FC, Australia

Ajdin HRUSTIC

Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany

Jackson IRVINE

FC St. Pauli, Germany

Fran KARACIC

Brescia Calcio, Italy

Joel KING

Odense Boldklub, Denmark

Mathew LECKIE

Melbourne City FC, Australia

Awer MABIL

Uncontracted

Jamie MACLAREN

Melbourne City FC, Australia

Riley MCGREE

Middlesbrough FC, England

Aaron MOOY

Shanghai Port FC, China PR

Andrew REDMAYNE (Gk)

Sydney FC, Australia

Tom ROGIC

Uncontracted

Kye ROWLES

Central Coast Mariners FC, Australia

Mathew RYAN (Gk)

Real Sociedad, Spain

Trent SAINSBURY

Uncontracted

Gianni STENSNESS

Viking FK, Norway

Adam TAGGART  

Cerezo Osaka, Japan

Marco TILIO

Melbourne City, Australia

Danny VUKOVIC (GK)

NEC Nijmegan, Netherlands

Bailey WRIGHT

Sunderland AFC, England


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