Australia national football (soccer) team season 2008

In 2008 the Australian national football team has 13 matches currently scheduled, 9 of which are AFC World Cup Qualifiers.

Australia v Qatar - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round

footballbox
date = February 6, 2008
19:30 AEDT
team1 = fb|AUS
score = 3 – 0
report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=21351 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/2618.pdf AFC Summary]
team2 = fb|QAT
goals1 = Kennedy goal|10
Cahill goal|17
Bresciano goal|33
goals2 =
stadium = Telstra Dome, Melbourne
Attendance: 50,969
Referee: Subkhiddin Mohd Salleh MAS

Australia v Singapore - Friendly

footballbox|date = March 22, 2008
22:00 AEDT
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 0 – 0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=21829 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|SIN |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Singapore National Stadium, Singapore
Attendance: 6,282
Referee: THA

Australia v China - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round

footballbox|date = March 26, 2008
17:00 AEDT
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 0 – 0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/InsideFFA/default.aspx?s=insideffa_newsfeatures_newsitem&id=21849 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/16-1453.pdf AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|CHN |goals1 = |goals2 = |stadium = Tuodong Stadium, Kunming
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Mohamed Omar Al Saeedi UAE

Australia v Ghana - Friendly

footballbox|date = May 23, 2008
20:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1 – 0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/Australia/default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=22284 FFA Report] |team2 = fb|GHA |goals1 = Sterjovski goal|46 |goals2 = |stadium = Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
Attendance: 29,914
Referee: Hajime Matsuo JPN

Australia v Iraq - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round

footballbox|date = June 1, 2008
17:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 1 – 0 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/Australia/default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=22370 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/16-1521.pdf AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|IRQ |goals1 = Kewell goal|47 |goals2 = |stadium = Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 48,678
Referee: Ravshan Irmatov UZB

Australia v Iraq - - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round

footballbox|date = June 8, 2008
02:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 0 – 1 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/australia/default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=22449 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/16-1485.pdf AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|IRQ |goals1 = |goals2 = Mohammed goal|27|stadium = Al-Rashid Stadium, Dubai
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Kazuhiko Matsumura JPN

Australia v Qatar - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round

footballbox|date = June 15, 2008
2:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 3 – 1 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/Australia/default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=22507 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/16-1471.pdf AFC Summary] |team2 = fb|QAT
goals1 = Emerton goal|17', 56
Kewell goal|74
goals2 = Al Khalfan goal|89
stadium = Khalifa International Stadium, Doha
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Lee Gi Young KOR

Australia v China - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Third Round

footballbox|date = June 22, 2008
17:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |score = 0 – 1 |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/Australia/default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=22571 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/16-1520.pdf AFC Summary] | team2 = fb|CHN |goals1 = | goals2 = Sun Xiang goal|12 | stadium = ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Attendance: 70,054
Referee: Khalil Ibrahim Al Ghamdi KSA

Australia v South Africa - Friendly

footballbox
date = August 19, 2008
05:00 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/socceroos/default.aspx?s=aus_soc_news_feat_news_news_item&id=23274 FFA Report]
score = 2 – 2
team2 = fb|RSA
goals1 = Mile Sterjovski goal|25
Josh Kennedy goal|38
goals2 = Siyabonga Nkosi goal|21
Teko Modise goal|58
stadium = Loftus Road, London
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Howard Webb ENG

Australia v Netherlands - Friendly

footballbox
date = September 6, 2008
04:45 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS |report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/socceroos/default.aspx?s=aus_soc_news_feat_news_news_item&id=23512 FFA Report]
score = 2 – 1
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 = Harry Kewell goal|45+1|Pen
Josh Kennedy goal|76
goals2 = Klaas Jan Huntelaar goal|6
stadium = Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 22,500
Referee: Martin Atkinson ENG

Australia v Uzbekistan - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Fourth Round

footballbox
date = September 11, 2008
01:30 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS
score = 1 – 0
report= [http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/australia/default.aspx?s=aus_news_feat_news_news_item&id=23565 FFA Report]
[http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/16-1804.pdf AFC Summary]
team2 = fb|UZB
goals1 = Scott Chipperfield goal|26
goals2 =
stadium = Paxtakor Markaziy Stadioni, Tashkent
Attendance:
Referee:

Australia v Qatar - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Fourth Round

footballbox
date = October 15, 2008
19:30 AEST
team1 = fb|AUS
score = –
team2 = fb|QAT
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance:
Referee:

Australia v Bahrain - 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC Fourth Round

footballbox
date = November 19, 2008
team1 = fb|AUS
score = –
team2 = fb|BHR
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Bahrain National Stadium, Manama
Attendance:
Referee:

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