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THE AFC Asian Cup will be the biggest football tournament ever staged in this country, but tickets will start from as little as $5 for children and $40 for a family of four – on sale from today.
Stadium Australia will host all seven Sydney games at the Asian Cup, which will run from 9-31 January including a Socceroos Group match against Oman on 13 January, a quarter final, a semi-final on Australia Day and the Final on 31 January.
Get tickets to the Socceroos v Oman blockbuster from just $49. You can also now secure your tickets to the finals games at Stadium Australia, with a strong possibility the Socceroos will play a massive semi-final on Australia Day, with the winner through to the Final.
At the height of summer, with school holidays in full swing, and with such family-friendy prices, tickets to the big Asian Cup games will be the hottest in town.
For $229, you can purchase tickets to all seven Sydney games played at Stadium Australia that includes the final itself on January 31 and a semi-final played on Australia Day that may feature the Socceroos.
|Uzbekistan v Korea DPR||10 Jan 2015||6pm|
|Australia v Oman||13 Jan 2015||8pm|
|Qatar v Iran||15 Jan 2015||8pm|
|Qatar v Bahrain||19 Jan 2015||8pm|
|Quarter Final||23 Jan 2015||TBC|
|Semi Final||26 Jan 2015||TBC|
|Final||31 Jan 2015||TBC|
To purchase tickets for the AFC Asian Cup, click here.
Stadium Australia Gold Members* have already been taking advantage of their exclusive pre-sale (Monday, 5 May at 9am to Sunday, 25 May at 5pm) for Venue Packs. Gold Members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for individual matches in a further pre-sale from Monday, 26 May at 9am to Sunday, 1 June at 5pm.
To find out more about becoming an Stadium Australia Member click here.
* Note – As the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 is a major international sporting event, Gold Members have priority right to purchase tickets for the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015.
** Under AFC Asia Cup rules, all stadia become clean venues in terms of sponsorship, meaning stadia will revert to their generic names, with Stadium Australia being referred to as Stadium Australia.