Ever wanted to do the same drills as Tim Cahill and Mile Jedinak, or be put through your paces by the Socceroos coaching staff?
Well now you have a chance, just by purchasing a ticket to September’s 2018 World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh in Perth.
100 lucky fans will be able to take part in an exclusive coaching clinic to be run by Socceroos assistants Ante Milicic and Tony Franken.
The special clinic will be conducted at Perth’s nib Stadium on Sunday, August 30, just four days before Australia’s qualifier against Bangladesh.
Every person that buys a ticket to the September 3 clash will get an entry into the draw to win this unique opportunity.
The training clinic will be split into two groups, 12-and-under and 12 plus.
The offer is now open and will close at 11.00pm AWST on Sunday 9 August, with the winners being contacted on Monday 10 August.
Don't miss out on a once in a lifetime opportunity and click here to get your tickets today.
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