Tickets On Sale For Games Against Turkey
Tickets for the Socceroos first matches in Australia for nearly three years against Turkey go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday 7 April).
Tickets for the Socceroos first matches in Australia for nearly three years go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday 7 April). The Socceroos will take on 2002 FIFA World Cup semi-finalist Turkey at Aussie Stadium in Sydney on Friday 21 May and at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne on Monday 24 May. Turkey, ranked number 9 in the world just behind England & Argentina but ahead of former FIFA World Cup winners Germany & Italy, will face the Socceroos prior to the critical stage 2 of the OFC World Cup qualifiers to be held in Australia between 28 May and 6 June 2004.
Following the two-match test series against Turkey, the Socceroos will take on the OFC's best nations, with the top-two teams then qualifying for the final phase of the OFC Nations Cup in October 2004 as well as the OFC World Cup qualifying play-off in September 2005, with the OFC World Cup qualifying tournament winner then playing-off against the fifth-placed CONMEBOL team in November 2005.
Australia v Turkey - Match and Ticketing information
Sydney - Aussie Stadium - Friday 21 May 2004 - 7.30pm On sale via Ticketek from 9.00am on Wed 7 April 2004. Contact Ticketek on (02) 9266 4800 or online at www.ticketek.com Melbourne - Telstra Dome - Monday 24 May 2004 - 7.30pm Tickets on sale for Telstra Dome Stadium Club Membership from 9am on Wednesday 7 April 2004 and for the General Public from 9am on Thursday 8 April 2004 via all Ticketmaster7 outlets. Contact Ticketmaster7 on 1300 136 122 or online at www.ticketmaster7.com
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