Tonight’s opening AFC Asian Cup match between the Socceroos and Kuwait at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium has officially sold out.
AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 TM Local Organising Committee CEO Michael Brown said selling out the tournament opener created the momentum for a fantastic 23 days of football.
“This is an historic and exciting day for Australian football and I’m delighted that the stadium will be full of fans to welcome the AFC Asian Cup to Australia,” Mr Brown said.
“I hope this sets the tone for the rest of the tournament and we see big crowds at all five of our venues in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Newcastle.”
The opening game, which also include the opening ceremony featuring Havana Brown and Sheppard, kicks off Asia’s biggest football tournament as it comes to Australia for the first time.
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