Now that the Socceroos’ 23-man World Cup squad has been finalised and the World Cup kicks off next week, it’s time to show your support.
The team at socceroos.com.au have created some awesome new wallpapers for your desktop.
Super Timmy Cahill will again be the Socceroos talisman at the World Cup in Brazil – so why not have him front and centre on your screen?
With the Socceroos’ World Cup opener against Chile next week, now is as good a time as any to show your mates, family and work colleagues just how much you love the green and gold.
Plus you’ll have a constant reminder of Australia’s three crucial matches in Brazil so you won’t miss a minute of the action.
So download the Socceroos wallpaper and show your true colours in June. You know you want to.
Right click on the image and ‘Save image as’ to your desktop.
Open the image from your desktop once saved.
Once the image opens, right click on it and ‘Set as desktop background’.
And for exclusive Socceroo videos from inside the camp in Brazil, head to http://www.socceroos.com.au/videos
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