Anticipation is building for the Caltex Socceroos’ first match under Graham Arnold, which kicks off at 3.30am (AEDT) on Tuesday morning.
The Arnold era begins when Australia face Kuwait in a pre-AFC Asian Cup examination.
You can witness a new chapter in Australian football history unfolding at your fingertips by viewing the match LIVE on the My Football Live App!
The My Football Live App is the home of news, information and content for Australian football fans on your mobile.
How much does it cost to watch the Caltex Socceroos on the App?
The App will be free to download, with live matches being unlocked via the Telstra Live Pass.
Telstra Live Pass, a live, fast and data free inclusion is available to all Telstra mobile customers free of charge.
Non-Telstra customers can purchase a $99.99 annual Live Pass, $16.99 monthly Live Pass, $4.99 weekly Live Pass.
What features are on offer?
The "My Football Live App" will be the home of news, information and video for Australian Football on mobile devices.
The "My Football Live App" will allow fans to live stream all Hyundai A-League matches, select Westfield W-League, FFA Cup, plus friendlies for the Caltex Socceroos and Westfield Matildas.
What if I don't live in Australia?
The My Football Live App is available to download from the App Stores World Wide. However, you will only be able to watch games live if you live in Australia.
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