Second Leg To Be Streamed Live On FFA Website
Football Federation Australia is pleased to announce that Wednesday night’s match between Australia and Uruguay for a place at the FIFA World Cup finals in Germany next year, will be streamed live on its website, throughout Australia and the United Kingdom.
Football Federation Australia is pleased to announce that Wednesday night-s match between Australia and Uruguay for a place at the FIFA World Cup finals in Germany next year, will be streamed live on its website, throughout Australia and the United Kingdom.
The FFA website will also feature a live match update with full text commentary with statistics also provided by SportsData.
In a late deal struck with SBS, the Official Broadcast partner of the FFA, both the FFA website and The World Game website will both video stream the game live (starting at 8.00pm), giving many thousands of fans the opportunity to watch the game. Please note: That New Zealand now has live coverage through Sky Sports New Zealand.
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