Ahead of next month's WCQ against Japan in Melbourne The Today Show will help promote the clash on Thursday. See how you can get involved!
It's not long now until the Caltex Socceroos go up against of their greatest modern day rivals, Japan.
To ramp up support for the boys, the team at The Today Show are getting in on the action and celebrating the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifier between the Socceroos and Japan.
If you are in Melbourne, head down to Docklands Stadium to join in on the fun as The Today Show team crosses live to the stadium and gear up for the final stages of FIFA World Cup Qualification!
The Today Show Socceroos Celebration details
Thursday 22 September 2016
From 6am – 9am
Near Gate 5
740 Bourke St
Docklands VIC 3008
- Meet The Today Show weather team
- Entertainment + Games
- Prizes for the best Today Show sign
- Sumo Suit fun
- Traditional Japanese Drumming performance + MORE!
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