Football Family members are the big winners as the Socceroos return to Canberra for the first time since 2011, when they play host to Kyrgyzstan in a 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier at GIO Stadium on Thursday, 12 November at 8.00pm.
Tickets for football families start at just $99, while adults can see the Socceroos from $45.
Socceroos stars Massimo Luongo, Mat Leckie and Tim Cahill along with captain Mile Jedinak will lead the charge to World Cup qualification. This will also be Canberra’s first chance to see local boy Tom Rogic play in front of a hometown crowd.
Capital Football players, coaches, referees and volunteers will be given pre-sale access from 11am on Tuesday 22 September before remaining tickets are released to the general public on Friday 25 September.
The remainder of Football Family will be given pre-sale access from midday on Tuesday 22 September.
It's not too late to sign up and register as a member of the Football Family.
Register here by tomorrow morning at 11.00am to make sure you can access the exclusive Football Family pre-sale.
Hurry! Get in quick as tickets are expected to sell fast.
Ticket Prices – 10% Discount – Capital Football and Football Family
Category A - $85.50 all tickets
Category B - $67.50 Adult, $49.50 Concession, $36 Child, $171 Family
Category C - $45 Adult, $31.50 Concession, $22.50 Child, $99 Family
Australian Active Area - $54 Adult, $40.50 Concession
Ticket Prices – General Public
Category A - $95 all tickets
Category B - $75 Adult, $55 Concession, $40 Child, $190 Family
Category C - $50 Adult, $35 Concession, $25 Child, $99 Family
Australian Active Area- $60 Adult, $45 Concession
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