Australia became the 31st team to qualify for the World Cup after defeating Honduras in their Intercontinental playoff.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be held in Russia from 14th June to 15th July. All teams have qualified for the tournament and these teams are required to register a squad of 23 players, which includes three goalkeepers. Only players from this squad can play in the tournament.
The 32 teams will be divided into eight groups of four teams each – Group A to Group H. The four teams in Group C are: Australia, Denmark, France and Peru.
Australia became the 31st team to qualify for the World Cup after defeating Honduras in their Intercontinental playoff. Their FIFA ranking is 40. Let’s look at Australia’s official squad for FIFA World Cup, 2018.
Coach: Bert van Marwijk
- Mathew Ryan - Goalkeeper - 26 years old - 43 caps
- Milos Degenek - Defender - 24 years old - 18 caps
- James Meredith - Defender - 30 years old - 2 caps
- Tim Cahill - Forward - 38 years old - 105 caps
- Mark Milligan - Defender - 32 years old - 70 caps
- Matthew Jurman - Defender - 28 years old - 4 caps
- Mathew Leckie - Forward - 27 years old - 52 caps
- Massimo Luongo - Midfielder - 25 years old - 35 caps
- Tomi Juric - Forward - 26 years old - 34 caps
- Robbie Kruse - Forward - 29 years old - 63 caps
- Andrew Nabbout - Forward - 25 years old - 3 caps
- Brad Jones - Goalkeeper - 36 years old - 5 caps
- Aaron Mooy - Midfielder - 27 years old - 33 caps
- Jamie MacLaren - Forward - 24 years old - 6 caps
- Mile Jedinak (captain) - Midfielder - 33 years old - 75 caps
- Aziz Behich - Defender - 27 years old - 22 caps
- Daniel Arzani - Forward - 19 years old - 1 cap
- Danny Vukovic - Goalkeeper - 33 years old - 1 cap
- Josh Risdon - Defender - 25 years old - 7 caps
- Trent Sainsbury - Defender - 26 years old - 34 caps
- Dimitrios Petratos - Forward - 25 years old - 2 caps
- Jackson Irvine - Midfielder - 25 years old - 18 caps
- Tom Rogic - Midfielder - 25 years old - 36 caps