Mark Schwarzer, Australia Goalkeeper Retired from International Football

Australia goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer on 6 November 2013 announced his retirement from international football.

Australia Goalkeeper Retired from International Football

Mark Schwarzer Australia Goalkeeper Retired (41 years old) represented Australia at international level on 109 occasions since his debut in 1993, and one of the key players in qualifying for three consecutive World Cups.

Mark Schwarzer moved to Chelsea as backup to established Petr Cech this season after more than five years and 172 appearances at Fulham. Mark Schwarzer represented Australia at the 2006 and 2010 World cups.

Mark Schwarzer is the key player in Socceroos team (Australia National football team) for twenty years. Mark played in Australia’s 6-0 loss to Brazil in his last match for the national team in September 2013

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