Tonight’s AFC Asian Cup match between the Socceroos and Korea Republic at Brisbane Stadium has officially sold out.
AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015TM Local Organising Committee CEO Michael Brown said the second tournament sell-out was a great way to mark the half-way stage of the event which has seen 16 matches played in five cities in eight days.
The Socceroos’ tournament open against Kuwait in Melbourne last Friday (January 9) was a sell-out with a crowd of 25,231 at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium; and their second Group A match in Sydney on Tuesday attracted a great crowd of 50,276.
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