Fans Get The Chance To Meet Australia's Football S
Australian football fans have the chance to show support for the Socceroos and Matildas and meet some of Australia's international football stars like Tim Cahill, Brett Emerton, Marco Bresciano, Craig Moore and Mark Schwarzer in person.
Australian football fans have the chance to show support for the Socceroos and Qantas Matildas and meet some of Australia's international football stars like Tim Cahill, Brett Emerton (pictured right), Marco Bresciano, Craig Moore and Mark Schwarzer in person.
The Socceroos will make an appearance at Martin Place this Thursday 24th March at lunch time, although the activities start well before they arrive.
Our overseas stars are here in Australia to play two internationals, the first in Sydney when Australia take on Iraq match on 26 March (Easter Saturday) and Indonesia on March 29 (in Perth). You can have a chat with them and the Qantas Matildas, get their autographs and see how they intend to charge into the World Cup.
All morning from 8am there will be free giveaways from Nike and Powerade, skill exhibitions and loads of fun for everyone. The players will be arriving at 12.45pm.
Experience new football and BOOK YOUR TICKETS to see: Qantas Matildas v Japan & Socceroos v Iraq Telstra Stadium, Saturday 26th March. Kick-off times - 4.00pm (Matildas) and 7.00pm (Socceroos) Book through www.ticketek.com.au or call 132 849.
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