Melbourne Ticket Giveaway
The Australian Soccer Association (ASA) in partnership with Qantas and the Victorian Soccer Federation (VSF) are pleased to provide tickets to see the Socceroos take on Turkey for the first time ever on Monday 24 May, 2004 at Telstra Dome.
The Australian Soccer Association (ASA) in partnership with Qantas and the Victorian Soccer Federation (VSF) are pleased to provide tickets to see the Socceroos take on Turkey for the first time ever on Monday 24 May, 2004 at Telstra Dome. It has been almost three years since the Socceroos have played at home and now you can be cheering them on at Telstra Dome thanks to Qantas, the official sponsor of the Socceroos and the National Talent Identification Program.
Qantas is pleased to provide you with the chance to watch the Socceroos take on the talented Turkish team.
The ticket giveaways will be between 10 am and 12 noon on Monday 24 May. So make your way to the Victorian Soccer Federation at 236 Dorcas Street, South Melbourne.
The first 60 people will receive two tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person).
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