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Detailing the entire history of clashes between the All Whites and the Socceroos. (NZ score first)

Date
Venue
City
Score
NZ Scorers
17/6/22
Carisbrook
Dunedin
3-1
Ted Cook (2), William Knott
24/6/22
Athletic Park
Wellington
1-1
Ted Cook
8/7/22
Auckland Domain
Auckland
3-1
Charles Ballard, Ted Cook, Ces Dacre
9/6/23
Brisbane Cricket Ground
Brisbane
1-2
Ces Dacre
16/6/23
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney
3-2
George Campbell (3)
30/6/23
Newcastle Showgrounds
Newcastle
4-1
George Campbell (4)
5/6/33
Brisbane Exhibition Ground
Brisbane
2-4
Bill Chapman, Jim Kershaw
17/6/33
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney
4-6
Bill Chapman, Charles Ives, Murray Kay, Jim Kershaw
24/6/33
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney
2-4
Jim Kershaw (2)
4/7/36
Logan Park
Dunedin
1-7
Jack Skinner
11/7/36
Athletic Park
Wellington
0-10
18/7/36
Blandford Park
Auckland
1-4
Reg Haggett
14/8/48
Basin Reserve
Wellington
0-6
28/8/48
Lancaster Park
Christchurch
0-7
4/9/48
Basin Reserve
Wellington
0-4
11/9/48
Blandford Park
Auckland
1-8
Arthur Masters
14/8/54
Melbourne Showgrounds
Melbourne
2-1
Reg King, Charlie Steele Jr
28/8/54
Brisbane Cricket Ground
Brisbane
1-4
Allan Smith
4/9/54
Sydney Sportsground
Sydney
1-4
Charlie Steele Jr
16/8/58
Basin Reserve
Wellington
2-3
Jock Aird, Bill Hume
23/8/58
Carlaw Park
Auckland
2-2
Charlie Steele Jr (2)
5/11/67
Cong Hua Stadium
Saigon
3-5
Ray Mears, Istvan Nemet, Colin Shaw
9/10/72
Senayan Stadium
Jakarta
1-3
Alan Vest
4/3/73
Newmarket Park
Auckland
1-1
Brian Turner
16/3/73
Sydney Sportsground
Sydney
3-3
Dennis Tindall (2), Alan Vest
29/2/76
Newmarket Park
Auckland
0-1
2/3/76
Olympic Park
Melbourne
1-3
Dave Taylor
27/3/77
Sydney Sportsground
Sydney
1-3
Keith Nelson
30/3/77
Newmarket Park
Auckland
1-1
Keith Nelson
13/6/79
Newmarket Park
Auckland
1-0
Duncan Ormond
25/4/81
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
3-3
Steve Sumner, Grant Turner, Steve Wooddin
16/5/81
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney
2-0
Grant Turner, Steve Wooddin
22/2/83
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
2-1
Kenny Cresswell, Ricki Herbert
27/2/83
Olympic Park
Melbourne
2-0
Glen Adam, Duncan Cole
21/9/85
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
0-0
3/11/85
Sydney Sportsground
Sydney
0-2
25/10/86
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
1-1
Andy Deeley
2/11/86
Parramatta Stadium
Sydney
1-2
Andy Deeley
2/9/87
Olympic Park
Melbourne
1-1
Robbie Ironside
9/9/87
Hutt Recreation Ground
Wellington
1-0
Fred de Jong
13/3/88
Sydney Football Stadium
Sydney
1-3
Michael McGarry
23/3/88
Athletic Park
Wellington
1-1
Michael McGarry
12/10/88
Caledonian Ground
Dunedin
1-2
Robbie Ironside
16/10/88
Queen Elizabeth Oval
Bendigo
0-2
12/3/89
Sydney Football Stadium
Sydney
1-4
Malcolm Dunford
2/4/89
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
2-0
Malcolm Dunford, Billy Wright
12/5/91
Queen Elizabeth 2 Park
Christchurch
0-1
15/5/91
Hindmarsh Stadium
Adelaide
1-2
Brian Roberts
30/5/93
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
0-1
6/6/93
Olympic Park
Melbourne
0-3
10/11/95
Queen Elizabeth 2 Park
Christchurch
0-0
15/11/95
Breakers Stadium
Newcastle
0-3
18/1/97
Lakeside Stadium
Melbourne
0-1
28/6/97
North Harbour Stadium
Auckland
0-3
6/7/97
Parramatta Stadium
Sydney
0-2
4/10/98
Suncorp Stadium
Brisbane
1-0
Mark Burton
28/6/00
Stade de Pater
Papeete
0-2
20/6/01
Westpac Stadium
Wellington
0-2
24/6/01
Stadium Australia
Sydney
1-4
Vaughan Coveny
14/7/02
Mt. Smart Stadium
Auckland
1-0
Ryan Nelsen
29/5/04
Hindmarsh Stadium
Adelaide
0-1
9/6/05
Craven Cottage
London
0-1
24/5/10
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne
1-2
Chris Killen
5/6/11
Adelaide Oval
Adelaide
0-3

P 64  W 13  D 11  L 40  F 70  A 155

In Auckland, the All Whites have won five times and drawn six times in sixteen games.
In Sydney, the All Whites have won twice and drawn once in thirteen games.
In Wellington, the All Whites have drawn twice in seven games.
The other All Whites wins have occurred in Brisbane, Dunedin, Lower Hutt, Melbourne (twice) and Newcastle.

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