Successful Applicants Start Being Informed
Football Federation Australia started the process of informing successful 2006 FIFA World Cup ticket applicants from 2pm (AEDST) today.
Football Federation Australia started the process of informing successful 2006 FIFA World Cup ticket applicants from 2pm (AEDST) today. After spending the last few days working around the clock to process applications, around 70% of successful applications have been processed. The majority of successful applicants will be informed via e-mail between 2pm and close of business today with the remaining successful applicants to be made aware as soon as possible but by no later than 3 January 2006. FFA was inundated with requests with 22,447 ticket application forms received since the process began on Tuesday. FFA is continuing to urge applicants not to call to ask if they have been successful.
Family ties: Williams brothers join select group of Caltex Socceroos siblings
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Aussies Abroad: Europa League heartbreak for Amini
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Duke replaces Ikonomidis in Caltex Socceroos squad to face Korea Republic
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Jedinak’s presence huge boost for Villa ahead of lucrative playoff final
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