Want to have your name on the big screen at AAMI Park or help decide the man of the match between the Qantas Socceroos and Saudi Arabia? Then here is your chance.
Football Federation Australia in conjunction with the Qantas Socceroos is ready to make the upcoming World Cup Qualifier against Saudi Arabia on February 29 at AAMI Park a truly interactive and social experience.
Embracing the instant nature of social media platforms Facebook and Twitter, fans will be able to send their Tweets direct from their account using the hash-tag #AUSvKSA with the best Tweets being shown on the big screen at the game.
The Tweets can be about the game or be pictures of them enjoying themselves at what is sure to be an entertaining game of football.
Furthermore fans will be able to vote for their man of the match from the beginning of the match on Facebook and Twitter.
Fans will be able to vote via responding to the Socceroos Facebook question or alternatively tweet their vote to the @Socceroos Twitter account using the hash-tag #SocceroosMOTM.
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