ABC TV is the official free-to-air broadcaster and ABC Grandstand is the official non-commercial radio broadcaster of the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015.
Coverage kicks off on January 9 when Australia play Kuwait at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.
Want to be the ABC’s ‘FOOTBALL INSIDER’ at the AFC Asian Cup?
Post your commentary on the fans from a recent game you’ve seen and use the hashtag #ABCFootballFan on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook to enter. The winners in each city will win a double pass to an Asian Cup game and the chance to be ABC’s fan reporter for the day. Get your entry in before the comp closed on 30 December 2014.
Hosted by Stephanie Brantz, every group round game featuring the Socceroos will be broadcast on ABC TV and simulcast on ABC iview, commercial free and in its entirety. All Socceroos finals matches will be broadcast live on ABC TV and ABC iview. Every Socceroos game and all finals will be broadcast live on ABC Radio. Every other game night, ABC will screen a 30 minute highlight package bringing you expert analysis and the best of the day’s action across all four groups.
For all the latest Asian Cup news and broadcast details visit abc.net.au/asiancup
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