Sydney farewell for Socceroos
Sanitarium Weet-Bix, the official breakfast of the Socceroos, will host a farewell breakfast in Sydney Square on Friday, May 19 from 8.00am.
Sanitarium Weet-Bix, the official breakfast of the Socceroos, will host a farewell breakfast in Sydney Square on Friday, May 19 from 8.00am - the final opportunity for New South Wales to farewell their team before they depart for Melbourne en route to the World Cup in Germany.
At the special breakfast event, attended by NSW Premier Morris Iemma, some of the Socceroo-s biggest stars will be present, including:
* Weet-Bix Kid and star midfielder Tim Cahill * Goal-keeping hero Mark Schwarzer * Shirtless, goal-scoring star John Aloisi * Powerhouse defender Lucas Neill
Location Sydney Square (Between Town Hall and St Andrew-s Cathedral, George St) Date Friday May 19 Time 8.00am
Fellow Weet-Bix Kid and eminent cricket player Brett Lee will be along to support the players, as well as a bevy of Australia-s finest junior football talent.
Throughout the morning there will be special guests, musical performances and a breakfast of champions, brought to you by Sanitarium Weet-Bix, the official breakfast to the Socceroos.
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