Socceroos fans have one last chance to snap up tickets to next Friday’s opening AFC Asian Cup match, with a number of additional tickets set for release at 9am AEDT tomorrow (Friday 2 January).
All remaining tickets for the Socceroos v Kuwait clash at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium will go on sale with adult tickets starting from just $69.
Tickets to the match also include the Opening Ceremony featuring Havana Brown and Sheppard.
“We are delighted to be able to release some more seats for fans, so make sure you get in quickly to avoid disappointment,” AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 CEO Michael Brown said.
“Make sure you’re not the person who says ‘I wish I’d been there’, make sure you are there.
“This final ticket release is sure to sell out quickly, so get in now to secure your seat for the Socceroos opener.”
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