The Socceroos will greet fans on Wednesday at Sydney's Customs House to celebrate their qualification for the FIFA World Cup.
The Qantas Socceroos will greet fans on Wednesday in Customs House northern forecourt to celebrate their successful qualification to next year-s FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Following their historic win in front of a capacity crowd at Stadium Australia the Socceroos will be presented to the crowd at 12.00pm to celebrate with fans and be available for pictures and autographs.
Public transport is the best way to get to Circular Quay, to avoid the queues, fans are urged to arrive early for their chance to commemorate this historic occasion with the team.
For public transport information go to 131500.com.au or call 131 500
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