ABC Radio to broadcast Japanese showdown
Australian sports fans will be able to follow the fortunes of the Socceroos at the AFC Asian Cup on national radio after confirmation that ABC Radio will broadcast tomorrow’s quarter final, plus the semi final and final should Australia progress.
Australian sports fans will be able to follow the fortunes of the Socceroos at the AFC Asian Cup on national radio after confirmation that ABC Radio will broadcast tomorrow-s quarter final, plus the semi final and final should Australia progress.
The Socceroos will meet Japan tomorrow in the AFC Asian Cup quarter final in Hanoi which will be the first meeting between the two teams since Australia-s epic 3-1 World Cup victory last year in Kaiserslautern.
Australia-s match against Japan will be broadcast via a combination of ABC News Radio and ABC Local Radio with remaining matches for the Socceroos broadcast entirely on ABC Local Radio.
Australia v Japan - ABC News Radio from 8.15pm EST on Brisbane 936 AM, Darwin 102.5 FM, Melbourne 1026 AM, Adelaide 972AM, Perth 585 AM, Hobart 747 AM, Northern Tasmania 92.5 FM, Gold Coast 95.7 FM. - ABC Local Radio from approx 9pm EST in NSW, Queensland and the ACT. - ABC Local Radio from approx 9.30pm EST in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Semi Final and Final (if Australia progress) Full Broadcast on ABC Local Radio
The winner of Australia v Japan will meet the winner of Sunday-s quarter final between Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan in the semi final which will take place in Hanoi on Wednesday with the final to be played in Jakarta on Sunday 29 July.
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