Are you interested in heading to Brazil and getting behind the Socceroos next year? We've got all the info you need.
As a Participating Member Association (PMA) FIFA has designated an allocation of tickets for Socceroos supporters for matches in which Australia competes. For the distribution of tickets within this allocation made available to the FFA, the FIFA ticketing system will be used for fans to register their requests for tickets.
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The ticket application phase for this allocation of tickets will be available between 10pm AEDT Sunday 8 December 2013 and 10pm AEDT Friday 7 February, 2014.
Please note, this sales phase is not a first in first served sales process and tickets are not processed on a date received basis.
Should Australia's allocation of tickets for matches be oversubscribed a random selection draw will take place to determine successful ticket applicants. You can follow the status of your application via your Ticketing account.
The following are Preferred Travel Providers of Football Federation Australia and have your travel need to Brazil covered:
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