With around 75,000 football fans expected to descend on Stadium Australia tonight for the Socceroos v Honduras FIFA World Cup Qualifier, FFA is urging all fans to make use of public transport to and from the event to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the action.
- Don’t risk missing a moment of this historic night – leave the car at home and catch free public transport
- Travel on trains and buses is included in your match ticket to the game. For more details visit https://transportnsw.info call 131 500
- Be in your seat by 7.10pm when the Socceroos start to warm up. The Socceroos want your support from the moment they set foot on the pitch
- Stadium Australia will be at capacity tonight when the Socceroos take on Honduras to secure their place to the FIFA World Cup in Russia (kick-off 8.00pm)
Fans also have the chance to cheer on the Socceroos as they warm-up from 7.10pm, building the mood to a glorious crescendo for the scheduled 8.00pm kick-off.
For timetables, maps and trip planning visit https://transportnsw.info/events/2017/11/2018-world-cup-qualifier-socceroos-v-honduras or call 131 500.
The Socceroos host Honduras at Sydney’s Stadium Australia on Wednesday, 15 November. Kick-off is at 8.00pm (AEDT). Gates Open at 6.30pm.
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