For sites about soccer specific to the country.
This Wikipedia encyclopaedia entry describes the national team. General information, statistics and players.
The aim of the academy is to provide all players in country, with the opportunity to train within an environment that is on par with the top academies in leading football nations such as England, Spain, Brazil and Germany.
Featuring the Hyundai A-League, Asian Champions League and the Socceroos.
Offers player profiles. Descriptions, skill level and locations.
Specific techniques used in development of children from the methods of Simon Clifford and Futebol De Salao.
Australian soccer coverage with some great links.
Media denigration of Australian football with news, views, comments, and links.
A South Australia based soccer site with news, pictures, and information about soccer at the state and national level; as well as forums, mailing lists and a chat room.
Offers a unique view of the world game through Aussie eyes.
The Gold Coast Over 35 Soccer Association is hosting the 2002 Asia Pacific Masters Soccer Event.
A specialised soccer only consulting organisation providing effective, efficient and dynamic soccer consulting services and solutions for the global soccer industry.
The first Australian soccer page.
Provides soccer coaching services in the country and overseas tours.
A Brisbane football portal for news, leagues, links, and forums.
Digital story about Anton's quest to become a professional football manager. His story, photographs and video.
Rules, results, draw, contacts, and general information about the competition held in Bangalow, northern NSW.
Developing elite players playing at Youth League Level who want to develop further and eventually play at the highest level that they can play at. Profile, holiday camps, programs, merchandise, links, and contacts.
An opinion based weblog which will focus on current issues within the world game. There will be a specific focus on the development of the game in Australia, the A-League and the Socceroos.
Includes the Socceroos at the World Cup 1974 and a biography of the captain Peter Wilson.
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