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Mathew Ryan
Mathew Ryan
Personal information
Full name Mathew David Ryan
Date of birth 8 April 1992 (1992-04-08) (age 28)
Place of birth    Plumpton, Flag of Australia Australia
Height 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current club England Brighton & Hove Albion
Number 25
Youth clubs
2002–2008
2008–2009
2009–2010
Flag of Australia
Flag of Australia
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Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2010
2010-2013
2013-2015
2015–2017
2017
2017–
Flag of Australia Blacktown City FC
Flag of Australia Central Coast Mariners
Belgium Club Brugge
Flag of Spain Valencia
Belgium → Genk (loan)
England Brighton & Hove Albion
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National team
2012- Flag of Australia Australia 032 00(0)

Mathew David Ryan (born 8 April 1992) is an Australian professional footballer who plays for the Australia national team and Brighton & Hove Albion as a goalkeeper.

Born in Sydney, Ryan played youth football for Marconi Stallions, Blacktown City and Central Coast Mariners . He made his senior debut for Blacktown before moving to the Mariners' senior squad in 2010. In 2013, Ryan moved to Club Brugge, where he played for two years before joining Valencia.

Making his senior international debut in 2012, he has since established himself as Australia's first-choice goalkeeper, effectively succeeding his childhood idol Mark Schwarzer. He represented the nation at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, winning the Best Goalkeeper award at the latter tournament which his country won on home soil.

External links

Brighton & Hove Albion
Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Ryan · 4 Duffy · 5 Dunk · 6 Stephens · 7 Maupay · 8 Bissouma · 11 Trossard · 13 Groß · 14 Balogun · 15 Webster · 16 Jahanbakhsh · 17 Murray · 18 Mooy · 19 Izquierdo · 20 March · 21 Schelotto · 22 Montoya · 23 Steele · 24 Pröpper · 27 Button · 30 Bernardo · 33 Burn · 44 Connolly · 46 Alzate ·

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Australia – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Ryan 2. Franjic 3. Davidson 4. Cahill 5. Milligan 6. Spiranovic 7. Leckie 8. Wright 9. Taggart 10. Halloran 11. Oar 12. Langerak 13. Bozanic 14. Troisi 15. Jedinak (c) 16. Holland 17.  McKay 18. Galekovic 19. McGowan 20. Vidošić 21. Luongo 22. Wilkinson 23. Bresciano

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Australia – 2015 AFC Asian Cup

1. Ryan 2. Franjic 3. Davidson 4. Cahill 5. Milligan 6. Spiranovic 7. Leckie 8. Herd 9. Juric 10. Kruse 11. Oar 12. Langerak 13. Behich 14. Troisi 15. Jedinak (c) 16. Burns 17. McKay 18. Galekovic 19. Antonis 20. Sainsbury 21. Luongo 22. Wilkinson 23. Bresciano

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Australia – 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Ryan 2. Degenek 3. Gersbach 4. Cahill 5. Milligan (c) 6. D. McGowan 7. Leckie 8. Wright 9. Juric 10. Kruse 11. Maclaren 12. Langerak 13. Mooy 14. Troisi 15. Jeggo 16. Behich 17. Hrustic 18. Vukovic 19. R. McGowan 20. Sainsbury 21. Luongo 22. Irvine 23. Rogic

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Australia – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Ryan 2. Degenek 3. Meredith 4. Cahill 5. Milligan 6. Jurman 7. Leckie 8. Luongo 9. Juric 10. Kruse 11. Nabbout 12. Jones 13. Mooy 14. Maclaren 15. Jedinak (c) 16. Behich 17. Arzani 18. Vukovic 19. Risdon 20. Sainsbury 21. Petratos 22. Irvine 23. Rogic

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Australia – 2019 AFC Asian Cup

1.Ryan 2.Degenek 3.Gersbach 4.Grant 5.Milligan (c) 6.Jurman 7.Leckie 8.Luongo 9.Maclaren 10.Kruse 11.Nabbout 12.Langerak 13.Jeggo 14.Giannou 15.Ikonomidis 16.Behich 17.Amini 18.Vukovic 19.Risdon 20.Sainsbury 21.Mabil 22.Irvine 23.Rogic

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