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Which clubs do the Socceroos play for? Here’s where they’re all signed

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They may have been dethroned by the Matildas as the nation’s favourite national sporting side, but that’s not to say there isn’t lots to love about the Socceroos.

Graham Arnold’s squad will be busy throughout 2024, as the group looks to continue growing from its incredibly promising World Cup showing in Qatar.

With international football increasingly following the lead of club football and selecting settled squads familiar with each other and the team’s tactical set up, the Socceroos have become a sea of familiar faces.

Many of the heroes from the Qatar campaign remain, and they’re now joined by a host of fresh new faces.

Here’s your one-stop guide to every Socceroos squad member, plus some additional stars, and the clubs they’re currently plying their trade with.

Every current Socceroos player and the club they’re with

Maty Ryan

Position: Goalkeeper

Club: AZ Alkmaar

Where to watch: You can watch the Europa Conference League on Stan Sport

Joe Gauci

Position: Goalkeeper

Club: Aston Villa

Where to watch: You can watch the A League Men on 10Play

Ashley Maynard-Brewer

Position: Goalkeeper

Club: Charlton Athletic

Where to watch: You can watch the FA Cup on Paramount+

Tom Glover

Position: Goalkeeper

Club: Middlesborough

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

Lawrence Thomas

Position: Goalkeeper

Club: Western Sydney Wanderers

Where to watch: You can watch the A League Men on 10Play.

Aziz Behich

Position: Defender

Club: Al Nassr (on loan from Melbourne City)

Where to watch: You can watch the Saudi Pro League on 10Play

Jordan Bos:

Position: Defender

Club: Westerlo

Where to watch: You can watch the Belgian Pro League on ESPN

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Promising Socceroos fullback Jordan Bos is making waves in Europe

Cameron Burgess

Position: Defender

Club: Ipswich Town

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

Alessandro Circati

Position: Defender

Club: Parma

Where to watch: You can watch the Coppa Italia on BEIN Sports

Lewis Miller

Position: Defender

Club: Hibernian

Where to watch: You can watch the SPFL on BEIN Sports

Milos Degenek

Position: Defender

Club: FK Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Belgrade)

Where to watch: You can watch the UEFA Champions League on Stan Sport

Kye Rowles

Position: Defender

Club: Hearts of Midlothian

Where to watch: You can watch the SPFL on BEIN Sports

Harry Souttar

Position: Defender

Club: Leicester City

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

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Socceroos star defender Harry Souttar

Ryan Strain

Position: Defender

Club: St Mirren

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

Keanu Baccus

Position: Midfielder

Club: St Mirren

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

Jackson Irvine

Position: Midfielder

Club: St. Pauli

Where to watch: You can watch the DFB Pokal on Optus Sport

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Socceroos midfielder Jackson Irvine

Alex Robertson

Position: Midfielder

Club: Portsmouth (on loan from Manchester City)

Where to watch: You can watch the League One on BEIN Sports

Connor Metcalfe

Position: Midfielder

Club: St. Pauli

Where to watch: You can watch the DFB Pokal on Optus Sport

Riley McGree

Position: Midfielder

Club: Middlesborough

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

Aiden O’Neill

Position: Midfielder

Club: Standard Liege

Where to watch: You can watch the Belgian Pro League on ESPN

Sam Silvera

Position: Midfielder

Club: Middlesborough

Where to watch: You can watch the Championship on BEIN Sports

Nestory Irankunda

Position: Attacker

Club: Adelaide United

Where to watch: You can watch the A League Men on 10Play

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Socceroos rising star Nestory Irankunda

Brandon Borrello

Position: Attacker

Club: Western Sydney Wanderers

Where to watch: You can watch the A League Men on 10Play

Garang Kuol

Position: Attacker

Club: Volendam (on loan from Newcastle United)

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Forward Garang Kuol was the Socceroos breakout star at last year’s Qatar World Cup

Martin Boyle

Position: Attacker

Club: Hibernian

Where to watch: You can watch the SPFL on BEIN Sports

Mitch Duke

Position: Attacker

Club: Machida Zelvia

Where to watch: You can watch the J League on Optus Sport

Craig Goodwin

Position: Attacker

Club: Al-Wehda

Where to watch: You can watch the Saudi Pro League on 10Play

Jamie Maclaren

Position: Attacker

Club: Melbourne City

Where to watch: You can watch the A League Men on 10Play

Kusini Yengi

Position: Attacker

Club: Portsmouth

Where to watch: You can watch the FA Cup on Paramount+

Marco Tilio

Position: Attacker

Club: Celtic

Where to watch: You can watch the SPFL on BEIN Sports

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Kyle Robbins
Kyle is a senior sports writer and producer at Only Sports who lives and breathes sport, with a particular burning passion for everything soccer, rugby league, and cricket. You’ll most commonly find him getting overly hopeful about the Bulldogs and Chelsea’s prospects. Find Kyle on LinkedIn.

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