Tommy Oar

Soccer Player

Tommy Oar was born in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia on December 10th, 1991 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 32, Tommy Oar biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 10, 1991
Place of Birth
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
32 years old
Zodiac Sign
Association Football Player
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Tommy Oar Career

Oar signed a three-year contract with Queensland Roar ahead of the 2008–09 A-League. He made his A-League debut for the side on 14 December 2008, coming on in the 73rd minute of a late 2–1 win over Newcastle Jets. In his second A-League appearance, on 28 December 2008, Oar scored a late free kick to secure a win over Wellington Phoenix.

Oar won the A-League Young Footballer of the Year award for the 2009–10 A-League.

In January 2010, Oar signed with Dutch agent Rob Jansen and was linked with a move at the end of the 2009–10 season to Eredivisie squad Feyenoord Rotterdam and trained with FC Utrecht with fellow Roar players, Michael Zullo and Adam Sarota.

In March 2010 he was award the Rising Star award for the Best Young Player and selected in the A-League Team of the Year. On 2 April 2010 he, along with fellow Roar players Michael Zullo and Adam Sarota, joined FC Utrecht on a five-year deal, in a collective transfer deal said to be worth in excess of A$1.8 million. In December 2010 he made his European debut in a Europa League game against Liverpool FC at Anfield.

In the 2012–13 Eredivisie season Oar played every game in FC Utrecht's most successful season as they finished with 63 points and qualified for the Europa League. He was awarded 10th place in the Voetbal International Eredivisie player of the Year standings and was linked with clubs such as Benfica and Celtic F.C.

On 29 August 2015, it was announced Oar had signed a two-year contract with Championship side Ipswich Town. He made his debut for Ipswich in September 2015, starting in a loss to Manchester United in the League Cup. After a further substitute appearance against Blackburn Rovers in the Championship, Oar made his starting debut for Ipswich against Huddersfield Town. He was forced to come off at halftime with concussion.

Oar scored his first goal for Ipswich in a 2–2 draw against Portsmouth in the 2015–16 FA Cup in January 2016.

In January 2016, Ipswich announced that Oar would leave the club by mutual consent after he requested his contract be terminated. Oar played nine matches for Ipswich in all competitions, scoring one goal.

In 2016, Oar rejoined Brisbane Roar on a contract for 2.5 seasons following his stint in England. In February 2017, Oar scored and assisted in a 2–0 victory over Carlos Tevez's Shanghai Shenhua, to qualify for the Asian Champions League.

Despite signing a marquee contract with Brisbane Roar, Oar joined Cypriot club APOEL in June 2017. Oar made his competitive debut for APOEL in a UEFA Champions League qualifying win over Dudelange on 12 July 2017. During his time with APOEL, Oar was used as a utility player, playing all positions across the midfield and at left back.

In September 2018, Oar joined Central Coast Mariners on a two year contract. He made his debut against his former club Brisbane Roar in a 1–1 draw. In his second season, Oar was regularly chosen as club captain when regular captain Matt Simon was not on the field. He was also used in a variety of different positions, including midfield, striker, and left back.

On 15 January 2020, Macarthur FC announced Oar as their inaugural signing, starting from the 2020–21 A-League season. He has predominantly been used as a defensive midfielder during his time at the club. During the 2021/2022 A-League Season, Oar scored two long distance volleys which were both nominated for Goal of the Season. In July 2022, Oar announced his retirement from football.

International career

On 22 December 2009 Oar was named in the Australian national team squad for the 2011 Asian Cup Qualifier against Kuwait but did not receive match time. On 3 March 2010 he made his debut for Australia in a 1–0 win over Indonesia in the final 2011 Asian Cup Qualifier. His performance in this match led to comparisons to Harry Kewell and the potential for Oar to succeed the Australian great. In August 2011 he played in the U-20 World Cup in Colombia where he scored a 30-yard free kick in the last minute of the game against Ecuador to level 1–1. The goal went on to be voted Goal of the Tournament. In 2013, Oar scored his first full international goal in a World Cup Qualifier against Japan. The matched finished 1–1, the goal aiding Australia's efforts to qualify for the 2014 World Cup. Oar was later named as part of Australia's 2014 FIFA World Cup squad, where he started and played in all the respective group matches, and later in the 2015 Asian Cup squad.


Mark Schwarzer believes Ange Postecoglou will 'prove doubters' wrong at Spurs, June 7, 2023
Under Ange Postecoglou, Mark Schwarzer's Socceroos career came to an end. Tommy Oar's prospered. Both have no doubt that the incoming Tottenham Hotspur manager will make the arduous calls necessary to turn his remarkable Premier League debut into a success. When he was announced as the first Australian manager of a Premier League club on Tuesday, Postecoglou became the first Australian manager of a Premier League club, ending his trophy-laden stint at Celtic.

FUME at Graham Arnold's 'disgraceful call' following the World Cup squad's announcement, November 8, 2022
Arnold named his final squad of 26 Socceroos players on Tuesday, with the Australians competing in a tough league featuring France, Denmark, and Tunisia. Garang Kuol's name was granted a place in the squad, while Roma starlet Christian Volpato was not chosen - whether that decision was down to the 18-year-old or the coach remains uncertain.

Over Mitch Langerak World Cup snub, ex-Socceroo Tommy Oar accuses Graham Arnold'jobs for the boys, November 8, 2022
With the likely omission of goalkeeper Mitch Langerak from the World Cup squad, former Socceroo Tommy Oar has convincingly accused coach Graham Arnold of taking 'jobs for the boys to a whole new degree.' Arnold is set to announce his 26 players squad on Tuesday afternoon, but reports that Langerak based in Japan will be left out in favour of Andrew Redmayne and Danny Vukovic as back-ups to skipper Mat Ryan have enraged many football fans, including Oar.