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World Cup Champions Spain Then Asian Cup For Surging Socceroos

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Crystelle Cordero

WITH a raft of exciting young players, a bold new coach and a nation standing behind them, the Socceroos will soon return home from the FIFA World Cup with a new tournament focus – the AFC Asian Cup in Australia this January.

Ange Postecoglou’s Socceroos have already exceeded expectations at the World Cup and will head into their final Group B match against 2010 World Cup champions Spain in the early hours of Tuesday knowing that, whatever the result, their future is bright.

The AFC Asian Cup will be the biggest football tournament ever held in Australia:  32 games of football in 23 days played in five Australian host cities between Asia’s best 16 nations.

The games will be watched by an extraordinary TV audience of 2.5 billion people and will attract almost 50,000 international visitors to Australia.

Stadium Australia will host all seven Sydney games at the Asian Cup, which runs 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.

You can see superstar Tim Cahill and his band of emerging Socceroos stars live this January – and be part of this major sporting spectacle – by purchasing your tickets – from as little as $5 for children and $40 for a family of four – here.

At the height of summer, with school holidays in full swing, and with such family-friendly 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. Don’t miss out.




Uzbekistan v Korea DPR

10 Jan 2015


Australia v Oman

13 Jan 2015


Qatar v Iran

15 Jan 2015


Qatar v Bahrain

19 Jan 2015


Quarter Final

23 Jan 2015


Semi Final

26 Jan 2015



31 Jan 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. 

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