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The aims of the Football Australia Hall of Fame[1] are to celebrate and highlight the achievements of retired players and other participants who have contributed significantly to the game.[2] These are made up of either Australian and/or non-Australian players, managers and other participants who have become significant figures in the history of the game in Australia. It was first established as the Soccer Hall of Fame in 1999. New members are generally added each year.


Selection

All nominees must be Australian citizens. For non-players, inclusion is based on criteria including and "overall sustained contribution to the game".

Awards

Originally, there were several categories based on the nature of an individual's contribution, including:

1999 Inaugural inductees

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2000 inductees

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2001 inductees

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2002 inductees

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2003 inductees

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2004 inductees

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2005 inductees

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2006 inductees

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2007 inductees

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2008 inductees

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2009 inductees

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2010 inductees

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2011 inductees

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2012 inductees

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2013 inductees

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2014 inductees

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2015 inductees

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2016 inductees

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2018 inductees

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2019 inductees

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2021 inductees

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See also

References

  1. ^ "Hall Of Fame". Football Australia. 28 January 2021. Retrieved 28 January 2022.
  2. ^ "Hall of Fame – Eligibility". Football Federation Australia. Retrieved 8 April 2015.
  3. ^ "FFA Hall of Fame 2015 inductees,1965 Socceroos recognised". Football Australia. FFA. Retrieved 15 May 2017.
  4. ^ "Ex-Westfield Matilda Leigh Wardell one of four FFA Hall of Fame inductees". Football Federation Australia. 13 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Socceroos great Mark Schwarzer, Matildas duo Kate Gill and Heather Garriock inducted into Football Australia Hall of Fame". ABC News. 27 January 2022.