We will be streaming live on Tuesday as Qantas Socceroos coach Holger Osieck announces his side live and exclusive at 11:30am (ESDT).
Australian football fans will be getting excited for the Qantas Socceroos next World Cup Qualifier against Saudi Arabia, but before we get there the team has to be announced and we-re proud to say Football Federation Australia will be giving you all the exclusive content first!
Beginning at 11:30am (EDST) Socceroos coach Holger Osieck will be streamed to you live with an exclusive announcement of his team and one-on-one interview, discussing the players he has selected for the upcoming battle.
Immediately following that exclusive, we will then stream you the press conference with Osieck live in what is the first of many streams the new FFA network will be bringing to the fans.
So make sure you return to footballaustralia.com.au on Tuesday as we bring you a day full of exclusive content, which will include Ross Aloisi bringing you his team in the morning, the live stream and video of Holger-s announcement, live commentary and a reaction piece from columnist Mike Tuckerman, as well as plenty of social media activity throughout the day.
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