The Poweroos made their debut on the international stage at the 2011 FIPFA World Cup, held in Paris, France. Australia placed 7th after defeating Portugal in their classification match. In 2013, Australia then hosted Japan in Sydney for the inaugural APO Cup. Both nations fielded two teams, with the Australian Poweroos Green side being named runners-up after an overtime loss to Team Japan in the cup final.
The Poweroos accepted an invitation to the inaugural PFCA Copa Americas tournament, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2014. The team won the silver medal, going down to then-World champions, the USA.
Attending their second FIPFA World Cup, the Poweroos flew to Kissimmee, Florida in the USA. During a challenging tournament, the team came back from a goal down to defeat Japan 2-1 in the quarter finals. Despite losing their next two matches, including a semi-final loss to the eventual champions France, the team claimed 4th place.
2019 saw Australia host the APO Cup once more, hosting Japan and New Zealand. Australia claimed its first APO Cup, winning all their matches while not conceding a goal in tournament play.