Australia is one of the most diverse countries in the world, and yet, we rarely get to see the best of the best in a match.
We often hear about players who are considered world class but have yet to get the opportunity to play a match for their country.
That is, unless they’re Australian Socceroos.
Aussies, on average, don’t get to play in as many matches as their international counterparts, yet it is a great opportunity to see how the game is being developed.
This is something that we haven’t really seen in Australia for a long time.
Australia has played a whopping 1,543 competitive international matches, but there are only a handful of players who actually get to travel to a match overseas.
So what does this mean for our footballing future?
Here’s a look at where Australia’s players rank on the FIFA rankings for most international appearances.
Australia is also one of only three countries in FIFA to only play in three World Cup finals, while also winning two.
That means Australia has a lot to be proud of.
In the final game of the 2012 World Cup, Australia went through to the quarter-finals, where they lost 1-0 to Japan.
Their biggest win came in Brazil, where the Socceroos were beaten 2-1 by Italy in the Round of 16.
In fact, Australia has been ranked as the most successful team in the FIFA World Cup in terms of international appearances, and the only team that has won the World Cup.
Australia has gone through seven finals in a row and have won all seven of those tournaments.
Australia is the only side in the entire competition to have been to three World Cups and lost all of them.
So what does that mean for Australia?
Australia has been a part of every single World Cup and has been successful at the highest level.
They have qualified for the finals in every tournament and have even managed to win two.
But there is a lot of work to be done for the future of Australian football.
A few players have been making the transition to the next level, while others have been in and out of the national team.
In some instances, it has taken a while for some players to make their way into the Australian team.
In some of these cases, it seems like the country has not yet found the right way to manage its talent pool, or for some to be able to compete with the best.
For instance, the Socceroo academy is still looking for players for its Under-20s program.
The Socceroos currently hold a record of 13 domestic and four international caps.
That equates to three domestic championships, three international championships, and a World Cup berth.
It is also a massive feat for a country like Australia, with only one major tournament (the 2010 FIFA World Player of the Year) to its name.
Australia also holds a lot in the way of experience, as the Socceros have won five of their seven international competitions.
The Socceroos have also been to the finals of the FIFA Confederations Cup.
There is plenty of talent on this side of the border, but not enough for all of the players to compete.
The country is in the process of changing that, with the signing of Australian-based players and international coach Mark McGhee.
McGhee has made a name for himself in England, having been part of the England U-21 team that won the 2012 Under-19 European Championships.
He has coached the Soccero academy, and it has been something of a success story.
But, Australia needs more players like McGhee to step up.
This past summer, the Australian Under-21s were knocked out of their final World Cup qualifying group, and now they have to get through the Group of Death.
This group has the likes of Wayne Rooney, Wayne Rooney and the aforementioned Rooney.
This isn’t the first time Australia has failed to qualify for the World Cups.
In 2012, Australia missed out on a spot in the group stages after losing to the United States 2-0.
McGhee will be looking to put this squad on the map once again.