MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 18: Daniel Arzani of Melbourne City speaks to the media during a Melbourne City FC A-League media opportunity at City Football Academy on April 18, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)

The Australian under-23’s squad have announced their squad which will take part in a training camp as well as a series of friendly match-ups in the lead-up to the rescheduled 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

The squad consists of Australia’s best young talent, who will travel to Marbella in Spain to take part in a camp as well as matches against Ireland U-21’s, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Romania.

Following the end of these friendlies, the full Olyroos squad that head coach Graham Arnold will take to Japan will be announced, with a camp in the host nation being scheduled for July.


Panos Armenakas (SV Zulte Waregem)

Daniel Arzani (AGF Aarhus)

Jacob Chapman (Huddersfield Town AFC)

Gabriel Cleur (Virtus Entella)

Tyrese Francois (Fulham FC)

Doni Grdic (HNK Sibenik)

Jordan Holmes (Ebbsfleet United)

John Iredale (SC Paderborn 07)

Jacob Italiano (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Deni Juric (HNK Sibenik)

Anthony Kalik (HNK Gorica)

Ashley Maynard-Brewer (Charlton Athletic)

Ramy Najjarine (Newcastle Jets)

Connor O’Toole (Newcastle Jets)

Con Ouzounidis (Everton FC)

Nicholas Pennington (Olbia Calcio 1905)

Kristian Popovic (NK Rudes)

Luka Prso (Newcastle Jets)

Jay Rich-Baghuelou (Crystal Palace FC)

Dylan Ryan (Melbourne Victory)

Ryan Teague (FC Famalicao)

Marc Tokich (Mjallby AIF)

Caleb Watts (Southampton FC)