If you missed the Socceroos fan day, don't fret; they'll be at Westfield Woden on Friday afternoon!
Canberrans will have a chance to come and farewell their Socceroos heroes on Friday, 12 November, ahead of their departure for Dhaka where they will play Bangladesh on Tuesday, 17 November.
The Socceroos will appear in-centre at Wesfield Woden on Friday afternoon at 2.30pm.
The full team will be on hand to answer questions, take pictures with fans, and sign autographs with fans.
Among the players will be local hero Tom Rogic, who came back to his hometown on a whirlwind trip after arriving on Tuesday night from Scotland, before departing again on Friday.
As well as Rogic, the legendary Tim Cahill, Valencia goalkeeper Maty Ryan, and other massive names will all be in attendance.
Get down to Westfield Woden from 2.30pm on Friday, 12 November to meet your Socceroos and enjoy the fun!
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