Come Play! Come Shop!
FFA has unveiled an exciting new online shopping channel, Come Shop!
Football Federation Australia unveiled an exciting new online shopping channel, Come Shop! at www.australia2018-2022.com.au as part of its bid for Australia to host the 2018-2022 FIFA World Cup™.
Come Shop! provides access to exclusive bid merchandise available to purchase and is a great way for all Australians around the globe to show their support for Australia's bid.
Anyone who has signed up to join the bid at australia2018-2022.com.au, now has the opportunity to wear their heart on your sleeve, wrist, head or heart or just simply play football with an Australian bid-branded football!
There are loads of fun football bid merchandise on sale including head-to-toe clothing range, footballs, scarves and pins - just to name a few.
And for those with a social conscience, supporters can purchase 1, 5, 10 or 25 Come Play! footballs and donate them to a football development activity in Indigenous communities in Australia, or in East Timor, Oceania (Pacific nations), Chonburi in Thailand or in Africa. This is a practical way to help more kids play football, as well as further spread the word of Australia's bid around the world.
Be the first to buy Come Play! collectable merchandise today - don't miss out. More products will continue to be added to the online store, so there is sure to be something for everyone. For as little as $2.00 supporters can now own a piece of history.
Join Australia's bid for the greatest show on earth in 2018 or 2022 - Come Play! Come Shop! Visit www.australia2018-2022.com.au today.
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