Socceroos vs. England: How to watch, stream for the historic clash at Wembley Stadium

The Subway Socceroos are gearing up for an exciting international friendly in London, facing off against England on the world stage in their first appearance at one of world football’s most iconic venues.

The sold-out Wembley Stadium promises a thrilling showdown between two football powerhouses.

How can I watch England v Australia on TV?

Fans eager to watch the historic England vs. Australia clash on TV can tune in to Channel 10 for live coverage from 5:30am AEDT.

How to stream in England vs. Australia?

For those looking to stream the match, you can catch all the action live on 10 Play from 5:30am, as well as Paramount+.

When does Australia vs. England start? Kick-off for Socceroos match

The kick-off for the Socceroos match against England is scheduled for 5.45am on Saturday, October 14. For those lucky enough to watch in England, you’ll be tuning in at 7.45pm local time in London, UK.

Head-to-head vs. England

Played: 7

Wins: 1

Draws: 2

Losses: 4

Socceroos Squad Updates

Graham Arnold, the head coach of the Socceroos, has named a strong 23-player squad, ready to represent Australia with pride.

Notably, the squad welcomes back Massimo Luongo, a 31-year-old midfielder, for the first time in over four years.

Luongo’s return adds depth and experience to the team, further enhancing their chances in this historic match.

Additionally, Lewis Miller, a promising fullback from Hibernian, has earned his maiden selection to the squad.

Miller’s inclusion reflects the Socceroos’ commitment to nurturing young talent and building a team for the future.

Unfortunately, Riley McGree had to withdraw from the squad due to an injury sustained while playing for Middlesbrough.

Aiden O’Neill has stepped in to replace him, showing the adaptability and depth of the Australian squad.

In addition to the core squad, three train-on players have been called up – Alex Robertson, Mohamed Toure, and Patrick Yazbek.

Their presence demonstrates the Socceroos’ commitment to scouting and developing talent from all corners of the country.

Socceroos Squad for Australia vs. England

World Ranking: 27

Goalkeepers

Mathew Ryan (AZ Alkmaar), Tom Glover (Middlesbrough), Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC)

Defenders

Aziz Behich (Melbourne City), Jordan Bos (KVC Westerlo), Cameron Burgess (Ipswich Town), Alessandro Circati (Parma), Milos Degenek (Crvena Zvezda), Lewis Miller (Hibernian), Kye Rowles (Hearts), Harry Souttar (Leicester City), Ryan Strain (St Mirren)

Midfielders

Keanu Baccus (St Mirren), Craig Goodwin (Al Wehda), Jackson Irvine (St Pauli), Massimo Luongo (Ipswich Town), Aiden O’Neill (Standard Liege), Connor Metcalfe (St Pauli)

Forwards

Martin Boyle (Hibernian), Brandon Borrello (Western Sydney Wanderers), Mitchell Duke (Machida Zelvia), Awer Mabil (Grasshopper Club Zurich), Sam Silvera (Middlesbrough)

England Squad for Australia vs. England

World Ranking: 4

Goalkeepers

Sam Johnstone (Crystal Palace), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)

Defenders

Levi Colwill (Chelsea), Lewis Dunk (Brighton and Hove Albion), Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace), Harry Maguire (Manchester United), John Stones (Manchester City), Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan), Kieran Trippier (Newcastle United), Kyle Walker (Manchester City)

Midfielders

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Conor Gallagher (Chelsea), Jordan Henderson (Al-Ettifaq), Kalvin Phillips (Manchester City), Declan Rice (Arsenal)

Forwards

Jarrod Bowen (West Ham United) Phil Foden (Manchester City), Jack Grealish (Manchester City), Harry Kane (Bayern Munich), James Maddison (Tottenham Hotspur), Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)

Stay tuned for what promises to be an unforgettable clash of international soccer talent as the Socceroos prepare to make history at Wembley Stadium and battle for the rediscovered Soccer Ashes Trophy.

Socceroos vs. New Zealand preview

Following the match against England, the Socceroos will face New Zealand on Tuesday, October 17, at the Gtech Community Stadium in Brentford, London, UK.

What makes this match even more intriguing is the recently rediscovered New Zealand and Australia Soccer Ashes Trophy.

This prized trophy is up for grabs, making its official return after being missing for nearly 70 years.

The winner of this contest will have the honour of taking home this long-lost piece of football history.

Australia vs. New Zealand – International Friendly

Date: Wednesday, October 18

Venue: Gtech Community Stadium, Brentford, London, UK

Kick-off: 5.45am AEDT

Tickets: Purchase Australia vs. New Zealand tickets here

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