Will you be around Adelaide University on Friday May 19?
Want to win a double pass to see the Caltex Socceroos versus Saudi Arabia in a huge World Cup qualifier on June 8 at Adelaide Oval?
Head along to the University of Adelaide Sports Day this Friday 19 May from 11am – 2pm
Visit the Caltex Socceroos promo staff for instructions on how to win + grab some free merchandise!
Take a photo or video showing your support for the Socceroos during the day.
Have fun and be creative! Include #GOSOCCEROOS
Upload it to your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account
Make your sure account/profile is set to "PUBLIC' so we can see your entry.
All entries will be judged on originality and creativity, with five winners to be given two tickets to the Caltex Socceroos v Saudi Arabia World Cup Qualifier on June 8.
For Terms and Conditions Click Here
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