Radio 2 To Broadcast Venezuela Match
The Socceroos Friendly International against Venezuela next Wednesday night (Thursday Morning AEST) will be broadcast live on Radio 2 across Australia.
Radio 2 Release: The Socceroos Friendly International against Venezuela next Wednesday night (Thursday Morning AEST) will be broadcast live on Radio 2 across Australia. Radio 2 will provide to listeners right around the country the opportunity of hearing ball-by-ball commentary on the game direct from Caracas. The commentary will begin at 9.50am in Sydney (1611am), Melbourne and ACT, 9am in Queensland (1620am) and 9.30am in Adelaide (1620am). Radio 2 has received great support from the Australian Soccer Association, and SBS Television Head of Sport Les Murray in producing the broadcast. Radio 2-s CEO Andrew Thompson said “We created a record bringing our listeners every game live from Korea and Japan. We also produced full commentary on the last three Socceroos games England, Jamaica and Ireland and look forward to bringing lots more Socceroo games to our listeners this year”. Our Staff and our listeners are all great Soccer followers and we are delighted to be able to provide this Radio Commentary, which will allow people to listen to the game in their work place or while they are travelling around in their cars. For more information on Radio 2 broadcast frequencies in your area go to www.radio-two.com.au
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