The Socceroos may have 15,000 travelling supporters from fan groups such as the Green and Gold Army and the Fanatics in Brazil for the World Cup, but they also have a team of families and friends cheering them on.
Pictured here at Vitoria airport en-route to Curitiba for the Spanish game are some of the 85 family and friends who will be behind our boys as they take on Spain.
Jason Davidson’s father, Socceroo legend Alan Davidson, is in there along with Ange Postecoglou’s wife Georgia.
They’ll all be cheering the green and gold at the Arena Baixada in Curitiba on Tuesday morning AEST for what promises to be a fabulous final game of the World Cup for the Socceroos.
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