South Australian football fans will be able to get up close and personal with their heroes including Mile Jedinak, Tim Cahill, Mat Ryan, Aaron Mooy and Ryan McGowan at the Caltex Socceroos Fan Day at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday evening.
The gates of Adelaide Oval will be thrown open for fans to watch Coach Ange Postecoglou put the team through a training session in the lead up to Thursday night’s 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Tajikistan before the players sign autographs for fans.
The Caltex Socceroos Fan Day has been a popular part of the team’s community engagement before matches all over Australia with the likes of players signing autographs for fans at the end of the one hour training session.
Fan attending the Socceroos Fan Day will also be able to take part in a host of activities from 4pm with merchandise and poster giveaways for fans before the team starts its training session at 5pm.
“Spending time with the fans is one of the important parts of the lead up to each match we play in Australia,” said Caltex Socceroos Head Coach Ange Postecoglou. “The current Socceroos are also role models to the many young football fans out there who dream of one day becoming a Socceroo and its always great to see the support we receive back home.”
Socceroos Fan Day Details
Tuesday 22 March
4pm Gates open
5pm Socceroos training begins
6pm Autographs with players
· Don’t miss the opportunity to get your photo take with the Asian Cup trophy
· Finesse your shooting at the human football table
· Take home a photo of you and your mates in the #GoSocceroos photo booth
· Strap yourself in at the bungee run
· Get your war paint on with the face painters
· DJ, getting you in the mood before training gets underway
· Bring the kids and have them meet Maloo, the official Caltex Socceroos mascot
· Deck yourself out in green and gold at the merchandise van
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