Abc Radio To Broadcast Games Live
ABC Radio has come to the rescue of Australian soccer fans, who wish to get the live action from tonight’s matches involving the Men’s and Women’s Olympic soccer teams.
ABC Radio has come to the rescue of Australian soccer fans, who wish to get the live action from tonight-s matches involving the Men-s and Women-s Olympic soccer teams. The 2004 Athens Olympic Games kicks off when the Qantas Matildas meet Brazil in Thessaloniki and followed a few hours later when the Qantas Under 23-s take on Tunisia. ABC Radio will telecast both games live back into Australia with coverage of the Matildas match commencing at 12.55am (Thursday morning) and followed at 3.25am (Thursday morning) for the Under 23-s match. Channel 7 will show a 2-hour highlights show of the two games in prime time on Thursday night starting at 8.30pm. The remaining football matches will be shown on SBS with the majority of the games to be shown live. Click here for further information on the full football media schedule.
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