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England National Football Team Match No. 799

England 1 Australia 3 [0-2]

Wednesday, 12 February 2003

Australia Pre-Match

Match Summary and Report Team Records England Pre-Match Australia Pre-Match

 

Australia (Socceroos) Squad for The XXXX Tour* against England February 2003
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Aloisi, John 05-Feb-1976 27 F CA Osasuna, Spain 24 15
Bresciano, Marco 11-Feb-1980 22 M Parma FC, Italy 6 0
Chipperfield, Scott 30-Dec-1975 27 M FC Basel 1893, Switzerland 24 8
Emerton, Brett 22-Jan-1979 23 M Feyenoord, Netherlands 22 4
Grella, Vince 05-Oct-1979 23 M Empoli FC, Italy 0 0
Kalac, Zeljko 16-Dec-1972 30 G AC Perugia, Italy 38 0
Kewell, Harold 22-Sep-1978 24 M Leeds United AFC, England 12 3
Lazaridis, Stanley 16-Aug-1972 30 M Birmingham City FC, England 44 0
Moore, Craig Andrew 12-Dec-1975 27 D Glasgow Rangers FC, Scotland 20 2
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Muscat, Kevin Vincent 07-Aug-1973 29 D Glasgow Rangers FC, Scotland 37 10
Neill, Lucas Edward 09-Mar-1978 23 D Blackburn Rovers FC, England 2 0
Okon, Paul 05-Apr-1972 30 D Leeds United AFC, England 25 0
Popovic, Anthony 04-Jul-1973 29 D Crystal Palace FC, England 39 6
Schwarzer, Mark 06-Oct-1972 30 G Middlesbrough FC, England 19 0
Skoko, Josip 10-Dec-1975 27 M KRC Genk, Belgium 23 2
Sterjovski, Mile 27-May-1979 23 F LOSC Lille Métropole, France 3 0
Vidmar, Anthony 04-Jul-1970 32 D Middlesbrough FC, England 53 2
Viduka, Mark Anthony 09-Oct-1975 27 F Leeds United AFC, England 19 2

Notes

*Tuesday, 21 January 2003 - Soccer Australia announced that it has secured Castlemaine XXXX in the United Kingdom as tour sponsor for the forthcoming international friendly match between Australia and England, the match to be played in London on Wednesday 12th February 2003.  Castlemaine XXXX, which is marketed and brewed in the UK under licence by global brewing company, Interbrew UK will be supporting the Socceroos tour as the official tour sponsor.  Soccer Australia has granted tour rights and accordingly the tour has been designated "The XXXX Tour".

 

Australia Results
No. Date Opposition Venue Type F A Result H.T.
345 09-Apr-2001 Tonga International Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour WCP 22 0 HW [10-0]
346 11-Apr-2001 American Samoa International Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour WCP 31 0 HW [16-0]
347 14-Apr-2001 Fiji International Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour WCP 2 0 HW [1-0]
348 16-Apr-2001 Samoa International Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour WCP 11 0 HW [3-0]
349 30-May-2001 Mexico Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea CON 2 0 NW [1-0]
350 01-Jun-2001 France Daegu World Cup Stadium, Daegu, South Korea CON 1 0 NW [0-0]
351 03-Jun-2001 South Korea Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon CON 0 1 AL [0-1]
352 07-Jun-2001 Japan Yokohama International Sports Stadium, Yokohama, Japan CON 0 1 AL [0-1]
353 09-Jun-2001 Brazil Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium, Ulsan, South Korea CON 1 0 NW [0-0]
354 20-Jun-2001 New Zealand Westpac Trust Stadium, Wellington WCP 2 0 AW [1-0]
355 24-Jun-2001 New Zealand Stadium Australia, Sydney WCP 4 1 HW [2-1]
356 15-Aug-2001 Japan Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka AFC/
OFC
0 3 AL [0-1]
357 11-Nov-2001 France Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne F 1 1 HD [1-0]
358 20-Nov-2001 Uruguay Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne WCP 1 0 HW [0-0]
359 25-Nov-2001 Uruguay Estadio Centenario, Montevideo WCP 0 3 AD [0-1]
360 06-Jul-2002 Vanuatu Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand OFC 2 0 NW [0-0]
361 08-Jul-2002 New Caledonia Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand OFC 11 0 NW [5-0]
362 10-Jul-2002 Fiji Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand OFC 8 0 NW [5-0]
363 12-Jul-2002 Tahiti Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand OFC 2 1 NW [0-1]
364 14-Jul-2002 New Zealand Ericsson Stadium, Auckland OFC 0 1 AL [0-0]

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