With the Socceroos preliminary squad for the World Cup now named your last chance to see our boys in action before they head to Brazil will be on 26 May against South Africa.
Whether you’re a huge Cahill and Kennedy fan or want to see the likes of up and coming stars Bailey Wright and Ben Halloran this will be an event for all generations.
To help transport the huge crowd expected to farewell the Socceroos all tickets to the match include direct travel to and from ANZ Stadium on CityRail trains, Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Bus Services, regular Sydney Buses (STA), Liverpool to Parramatta T-way buses and Sydney Ferries services.
As such, fans are being urged to leave the car at home and take advantage of the additional and direct public transport services available for the event.
Upon naming his squad coach Ange Postecoglou has urged all Australian football fans to unite behind the team and hopes the crowd for the match will come close to replicating the atmosphere when Socceroos qualified for the World Cup in Sydney last June.
The last meeting between the Socceroos and Bafana Bafana was an entertaining 2-all draw on neutral soil. With the South Africans set to field a near full-strength side the occasion again promises to entertain and the Socceroos want to make the most of the home crowd advantage.
So support the Socceroos by getting along to the game and help our team have every confidence they're capable of springing an upset in Brazil.
Click here for more information on transport to the Socceroos v South Africa match at ANZ Stadium.
Upcoming Match Details
Socceroos vs South Africa, presented by NAB
Monday 26 May 2014
ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
Gates open: 5.30pm
Kick-off: 7.30pm (AEST)
Tickets from $30 including public transport. Buy Now!
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