My Football Family members will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets to the Qantas Socceroos’ next FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, both to be held in Sydney against Oman on March 26 and Iraq on June 18.
Football Family members will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets to the Qantas Socceroos- next FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, both to be held in Sydney against Oman on March 26 and Iraq on June 18.
The presale will kick off at 9am on Monday July 30 and run until 9pm on Sunday August 5 with Football Family members to receive a 15 per cent discount for tickets to both matches, which will cost just $68, alternatively single match tickets start from just $36 at a 10 per cent discount.
If you are not yet a Football Family member you can join for free by clicking here.
Be the first to get your tickets and get behind the Qantas Socceroos as they head toward Brazil 2014!
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