Sydneysiders come see the Qantas Socceroos in person
See your World Cup stars without the World Cup wake-up, as they come to Westfield Eastgardens next Tuesday.
Date: Tuesday 5 October Time: 2pm til 2.30pm Venue: Westfield Eastgardens, Centre Court on Ground Level outside Myer.
The Qantas Socceroos will be meeting fans at Westfield Eastgardens on Tuesday 5 October. The team appearance will be the only chance for Sydney-siders to see Australia-s football stars before the match next Saturday.
Get the kids together and make the most of their school holiday break by bringing them down to see their World Cup heroes up close and personal.
On Saturday October 9th at Sydney Football Stadium, our World Cup heroes will play World Cup Quarter-Finalists Paraguay in the official 'Welcome Home' match following our South African campaign. Match tickets are still available.
Grab your tickets from ticketek now and don-t miss seeing the Qantas Socceroos playing back on home soil
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