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World Cup 2006, Group F Squads: Australia, Brazil, Croatia and Japan
Tournament information, champions, scores, and more

FIFA Football World Cup Germany 2006

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World Cup Germany 2006:
Summary and General Information -
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Squads:
Group A - Group B - Group C - Group D
Group E - Group F - Group G - Group H

First Round:
Group A - Group B - Group C - Group D
Group E - Group F - Group G - Group H

Final Round:
Fixture and All the Scores

Statistics:
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Red Cards - Penalties - Goals Summary

2006 World Cup Squads
Group A Group B Group C Group D
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The complete squads of the National Teams from Group F (Australia, Brazil, Croatia and Japan). Player by player, position, shirt number and current team. (June 2006)

Group F - Australia Flag Australia Squad

No.   Player Pos. DoB Club
1 - Mark Schwarzer Goalkeeper 6 Oct 1972 (Eng) Middlesbrough
12 - Ante Covic Goalkeeper 13 Jun 1975 (Swe) Hammarby
18 - Zeljko Kalac Goalkeeper 16 Dec 1972 (Ita) Milan
2 - Lucas Neill Defender 9 Mar 1978 (Eng) Blackburn Rovers
3 - Craig Moore Defender 12 Dec 1975 (Eng) Newcastle United
6 - Tony Popovic Defender 4 Jul 1973 (Eng) Crystal Palace
16 - Michael Beauchamp Defender 8 Mar 1981 (Aus)Central Coast Mariners
22 - Mark Milligan Defender 4 Aug 1985 (Aus) Sydney FC
4 - Tim Cahill Midfielder 6 Dec 1979 (Eng) Everton
5 - Jason Culina Midfielder 5 Aug 1980 (Hol) PSV
7 - Brett Emerton Midfielder 22 Feb 1979 (Eng) Blackburn Rovers
8 - Josip Skoko Midfielder 10 Dec 1975 (Eng) Wigan Athletic
11 - Stan Lazaridis Midfielder 16 Aug 1972 (Eng) Birmingham City
13 - Vince Grella Midfielder 5 Oct 1979 (Ita) Parma
14 - Scott Chipperfield Midfielder 30 Dec 1975 (Swi) Basel
20 - Luke Wilkshire Midfielder 2 Oct 1981 (Eng) Bristol City
21 - Mile Sterjovski Midfielder 27 May 79 (Swi) Basel
23 - Marco Bresciano Midfielder 11 Feb 1980 (Ita) Parma
9 - Mark Viduka (c) Forward 9 Oct 1975 (Eng) Middlesbrough
10 - Harry Kewell Forward 22 Sep 1978 (Eng) Liverpool
15 - John Aloisi Forward 5 Feb 1976 (Spa) Alavés
17 - Archie Thompson Forward 23 Oct 1978 (Aus) Melbourne Victory
19 - Joshua Kennedy Forward 20 Aug 1982 (Ger) Dynamo Dresden
Head coach: Guus Hiddink

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Group F - Brazil Flag Brazil Squad

No.   Player Pos. DoB Club
1 - Dida Goalkeeper 7 Oct 1973 (Ita) Milan
12 - Rogério Goalkeeper 22 Jan 1973 (Bra) São Paulo
22 - Júlio César Goalkeeper 3 Sep 1979 (Ita) Internazionale
2 - Cafu (c) Defender 7 Jun 1970 (Ita) Milan
3 - Lúcio Defender 08 May 78 (Ger) Bayern München
4 - Juan Defender 1 Feb 1979 (Ger) Bayer Leverkusen
6 - Roberto Carlos Defender 10 Apr 1973 (Spa) Real Madrid
13 - Cicinho Defender 24 Jun 1980 (Spa) Real Madrid
14 - Luisão Defender 13 Feb 1981 (Por) Benfica
15 - Cris Defender 3 Jun 1977 (Fra) Lyon
16 - Gilberto Defender 25 Apr 1976 (Ger) Hertha Berlin
5 - Emerson Midfielder 4 Apr 1976 (Ita) Juventus
8 - Kaká Midfielder 22 Apr 1982 (Ita) Milan
11 - Zé Roberto Midfielder 6 Jul 1974 (Ger) Bayern München
17 - Gilberto Silva Midfielder 7 Oct 1976 (Eng) Arsenal
18 - Mineiro Midfielder 2 Aug 1975 (Bra) São Paulo
19 - Juninho Midfielder 30 Jan 1975 (Fra) Lyon
20 - Ricardinho Midfielder 23 May 76 (Bra) Corinthians
7 - Adriano Forward 17 Feb 1982 (Ita) Internazionale
9 - Ronaldo Forward 22 Sep 1976 (Spa) Real Madrid
10 - Ronaldinho Forward 21 Mar 1980 (Spa) Barcelona
21 - Fred Forward 3 Oct 1983 (Fra) Lyon
23 - Robinho Forward 25 Jan 1984 (Spa) Real Madrid
Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira
Edmílson was named in the original squad, but had to pull out due to a knee injury sustained in the run-up to the tournament. He was replaced by Mineiro.

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Group F - Croatia Flag Croatia Squad

No.   Player Pos. DoB Club
1 - Stipe Pletikosa Goalkeeper 8 Jan 1979 (Ukr) Shakhtar Donetsk
12 - Joe Didulica Goalkeeper 14 Oct 1977 (Aus) Austria Wien
23 - Tomislav Butina Goalkeeper 30 Mar 1974 (Bel) Club Brugge
3 - Josip Šimunić Defender 18 Feb 1978 (Ger) Hertha Berlin
4 - Robert Kovač Defender 6 Apr 1974 (Ita) Juventus
5 - Igor Tudor Defender 16 Apr 1978 (Ita) Juventus
7 - Dario Šimić Defender 12 Nov 1975 (Ita) Milan
11 - Mario Tokić Defender 23 Jun 1975 (Aus) Austria Wien
13 - Stjepan Tomas Defender 6 Mar 1976 (Tur) Galatasaray
2 - Darijo Srna Midfielder 01 May 82 (Ukr) Shakhtar Donetsk
6 - Jurica Vranješ Midfielder 30 Jan 1980 (Ger) Werder Bremen
8 - Marko Babić Midfielder 28 Jan 1981 (Ger) Bayer Leverkusen
10 - Niko Kovač (c) Midfielder 15 Oct 1971 (Ger) Hertha Berlin
14 - Luka Modrić Midfielder 9 Sep 1985 (Cro) Dinamo Zagreb
15 - Ivan Leko Midfielder 7 Feb 1978 (Bel) Club Brugge
16 - Jerko Leko Midfielder 9 Apr 1980 (Ukr) Dynamo Kyiv
19 - Niko Kranjčar Midfielder 13 Aug 1984 (Cro) Hajduk Split
20 - Anthony Šerić Midfielder 15 Jan 1979 (Gre) Panathinaikos
9 - Dado Pršo Forward 5 Nov 1974 (Sco) Rangers
17 - Ivan Klasnić Forward 29 Jan 1980 (Ger) Werder Bremen
18 - Ivica Olić Forward 14 Sep 1979 (Rus) CSKA Moscow
21 - Boško Balaban Forward 15 Oct 1978 (Bel) Club Brugge
22 - Ivan Bošnjak Forward 6 Feb 1979 (Cro) Dinamo Zagreb
Head coach: Zlatko Kranjčar

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Group F - Japan Flag Japan Squad

No.   Player Pos. DoB Club
1 - Seigo Narazaki Goalkeeper 15 Apr 1976 (Jap) Nagoya Grampus Eight
12 - Yoichi Doi Goalkeeper 25 Jul 1973 (Jap) FC Tokyo
23 - Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi Goalkeeper 15 Aug 1975 (Jap) Júbilo Iwata
2 - Teruyuki Moniwa Defender 8 Sep 1981 (Jap) FC Tokyo
3 - Yuichi Komano Defender 25 Jul 1981 (Jap) Sanfrecce Hiroshima
5 - Tsuneyasu Miyamoto (c) Defender 7 Feb 1977 (Jap) Gamba Osaka
6 - Koji Nakata Defender 9 Jul 1979 (Swi) Basel
14 - Alessandro Santos Defender 20 Jul 1977 (Jap) Urawa Red Diamonds
19 - Keisuke Tsuboi Defender 16 Sep 1979 (Jap) Urawa Red Diamonds
21 - Akira Kaji Defender 13 Jan 1980 (Jap) Gamba Osaka
22 - Yuji Nakazawa Defender 25 Feb 1978 (Jap) Yokohama F. Marinos
4 - Yasuhito Endo Midfielder 28 Jan 1980 (Jap) Gamba Osaka
7 - Hidetoshi Nakata Midfielder 22 Jan 1977 (Ita) Fiorentina
8 - Mitsuo Ogasawara Midfielder 5 Apr 1979 (Jap) Kashima Antlers
10 - Shunsuke Nakamura Midfielder 24 Jun 1978 (Sco) Celtic
15 - Takashi Fukunishi Midfielder 1 Sep 1976 (Jap) Júbilo Iwata
17 - Junichi Inamoto Midfielder 18 Sep 1979 (Eng) West Bromwich Albion
18 - Shinji Ono Midfielder 27 Sep 1979 (Jap) Urawa Red Diamonds
9 - Naohiro Takahara Forward 4 Jun 1979 (Ger) Hamburger SV
11 - Seiichiro Maki Forward 7 Aug 1980 (Jap) JEF United Ichihara Chiba
13 - Atsushi Yanagisawa Forward 27 May 77 (Jap) Kashima Antlers
16 - Masashi Oguro Forward 04 May 80 (Fra) Grenoble
20 - Keiji Tamada Forward 11 Apr 1980 (Jap) Nagoya Grampus Eight
Head coach: Zico
Makoto Tanaka was named in the original squad, but he sustained a thigh injury. He was replaced by Teruyuki Moniwa.

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2006 World Cup Squads
Group A Group B Group C Group D
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Ecuador Flag Ecuador
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Poland Flag Poland
England Flag England
Paraguay Flag Paraguay
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Trinidad and Tobago Flag Trinidad and Tob.
Argentina Flag Argentina
Holland Flag Holland
Cote d'Ivoire Flag Ivory Coast
Serbia and Montenegro Flag Serbia and Mont.
Angola Flag Angola
Iran Flag Iran
Mexico Flag Mexico
Portugal Flag Portugal
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Czech Republic Flag Czech Republic
Ghana Flag Ghana
Italy Flag Italy
United States Flag United States
Australia Flag Australia
Brazil Flag Brazil
Croatia Flag Croatia
Japan Flag Japan
France Flag France
South Korea Flag South Korea
Switzerland Flag Switzerland
Togo Flag Togo
Saudi Arabia Flag Saudi Arabia
Spain Flag Spain
Tunisia Flag Tunisia
Ukraine Flag Ukraine
 
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