Purchase a Piece of Socceroos History
Australian Football has come of age after making the final 16 at last year’s FIFA World Cup and qualifying for the AFC Asian Cup at the top of their pool, the Socceroos are aiming to become the Champions of Asia.
Australian Football has come of age after making the final 16 at last year-s FIFA World Cup and qualifying for the AFC Asian Cup at the top of their pool, the Socceroos are aiming to become the Champions of Asia. To commemorate the Socceroos first Asian Cup appearance, a limited release of 200 Shirts, signed by the entire Asian Cup squad, are now on sale and available for you to purchase.
This is the ONLY officially licensed signed Socceroos shirt to be made available.
•Officially Licensed by the FFA •Personally signed by all 23 members of the Socceroos AFC Asian Cup squad •a-Tag authenticard with FFA certificate of authenticity
Price: $1995 plus $65 delivery (delivery within Australia). Non-Australian buyers please email for delivery rates.
For more information, or to order go to www.sportsonline.com.au or call 1 300 720 552 or 02 9453 9900.
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