No tricks, just treats for football fans

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has a special treat for football fans this Hallowe’en. From tomorrow (31 October), fans of the game can buy a special two match pass to Australia's next two home FIFA World Cup qualification matches in their quest to make it to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has a special treat for football fans this Hallowe-en.

From tomorrow (31 October), fans of the game can buy a special two match pass to Australia's next two home FIFA World Cup qualification matches in their quest to make it to the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Australia takes on Uzbekistan on 1 April, followed by a match on 10 June against Bahrain - with both games to be held at Stadium Australia in Sydney.

The two match pass is available for a limited period only, before single match tickets go on sale later in the year.

With only 6 games to go, it is important for Australia to finish in the top two of its group to qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Australia is in a tussle with Japan, Qatar, Bahrain and Uzbekistan with six games in hand, and have had two wins from two games so far in the final stage of qualifying.

The special two match pass offer ends on 13 November 2008.

Ticketing Information

2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers - Round 4

AUSTRALIA v UZBEKISTAN AUSTRALIA v BAHRAIN

2 match pass - available for a limited time only (31 October - 13 November 2008)

On sale to general public from 9.00am Friday 31 October.

Category A - $214.00 Adult Category B - $154.00 Adult; $74.00 Concession/Child; $382.00 Family (2 Adults + 2 Children) Category C - $94.00 Adult; $44.00 Concession/Child; $232.00 Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)

Transaction fees may apply. Ticket Limit 8 per customer.

To purchase tickets phone Ticketek on 132 849, visit www.ticketek.com.au or your nearest Ticketek outlet.

Please Note: ANZ Stadium will be referred to as Stadium Australia for this 2010 FIFA World Cup Asian Qualifier match, in accordance with the Asian Football Confederation regulations.

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