Our Fan Engagement team is working hard to ensure that Socceroos fans who have purchased a ticket into the Australian Active Area for the Socceroos v Japan match at Docklands Stadium on 11 October have a great experience on the night.
Every ticket purchaser in this area who has opted into receiving communication from Ticketmaster will be contacted to ensure that they understand the vibrant nature of that part of the ground. Those fans who have purchased into the Australian Active Area inadvertently will be given the opportunity to sit in a different area.
Fans in the active area are encouraged to stand, sing and contribute with other passionate Aussie fans in order to provide the best possible support and add to the ever important home ground advantage.
FFA is committed to ensuring that the Socceroos Active Support areas help create an authentic and passionate atmosphere to help drive the Socceroos towards the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Socceroos clash with Japan is looming as one of the best matches of the World Cup Qualifying campaign and we can’t wait for the incredible atmosphere to be generated by both team’s fans.
If you have any questions relating to your purchase please contact our Fan Engagement team at email@example.com
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