We missed out on a Socceroos Australia Day AFC Asian Cup Semi Final so we thought we would extend the Australia Day celebrations by making tomorrow (Tuesday) #SocceroosDay.
We urge fans to wear their Green and Gold, paint their face and display Australian paraphernalia throughout the day and share pictures with their friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #SocceroosDay.
Fans can also support the Socceroos by encouraging their family and friends to wear Australian colours as well.
You can then tune into the match LIVE on Fox Sports 505 (7pm AEDT) and ABC (7.30pm AEDT), with kick-off from Hunter Stadium at 8pm (AEDT).
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