Ticketing & Travel
*** IMPORTANCE NOTICE ***
Sports fans that have already purchased tickets to the Australia v Lebanon match at Adelaide Oval can obtain a refund by the following methods:
Tickets purchased by Credit Card
Customers who purchased tickets by credit card will automatically have the purchase refunded to their credit card from Tuesday 8 August. This process may take up to 14 days to complete.
Tickets purchased by Cash
Customers who paid by cash can either post their tickets to:
VenueTix P O Box 3252 Rundle Mall Adelaide 5000. (Please include your name and address in envelope). A cheque for the total ticket price will be returned via mail.
Customers can also receive a cash refund in person by visiting: VenueTix Outlet Da Costa Arcade Ground Floor 68 Grenfell St Adelaide from Tuesday 8 August. Trading hours for this outlet are 9am-5.30pm Monday-Friday. No other VenueTix outlet will be able to offer a refund.
Customers who paid by cash are required to obtain their refund by one of the above methods by Thursday 31 August 2006.
Any refund enquiries should be directed to VenueTix on (08) 8225 8888.
*** END OF IMPORTANCE NOTICE ***
Australia-s national teams are very active throughout the season, and regularly compete in major tournaments and international friendly fixtures around the world and at home.
The move to the Asian Football Confederation has significantly increased the number of matches that Australia competes and at the same time gives Australian soccer fans a much greater chance to see our teams play.
It is the Football Federation of Australia-s aim to keep fans updated with all the latest information regarding fixtures played by our national teams through this page.
Below we profile each tournament or match with an attached PDF document with all the information relating to that game. Simply click on the tournament or match link you require.
2007 Asian Cup Qualifiers (Click on matches below)
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