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England vs. Australia
Nov 18 2017
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Throughout the world soccer is one of the most watched sports, having a countless fan following. Such is the passion for sport that rivalries exist not only between the players and teams but also the fans. Attending a live soccer match is an experience of a lifetime due to the thrill, excitement and adrenaline rush that it offers. After an extraordinary season at the 2012 Olympics, the current FIFA ranking has placed Spain at the top followed by Germany at number two and England at three. Surprisingly, team Mexico that won Gold at the Olympics this year is not in the list of top fifteen. Runner-ups and Silver medalists Brazil are settled at number thirteen spot. Soccer or football is played in many countries with great enthusiasm and Australia is one of these nations where the sport has ardent supporters. Although the team wasn’t able to impress much at the Olympics, the players are talented, hardworking and focused. They will be hitting the field again in a series of exciting matches, something you can witness live with your share of Australia tickets.
Australia national football team is fondly nicknamed by its fans as “Socceroos”. Operated by the Football Federation Australia, they are the present members of AFC. Oceania Football Confederation champs of four times, they have appeared in three World Cups. Over the years team Australia has produced many outstanding players some of which include Damian Mori, John Aloisi, Tim Cahill, Brett Emerton and Archie Thompson. Till date Mori remains the highest scorer for the team, leading the pack with 29 goals. His professional career started in 1989 with South Melbourne team and 2011 saw his retirement. Cahill with his position as the attacking midfielder has scored 24 goals and is still enjoying a successful career. At present he’s playing for the New York Red Bulls soccer league and has the honor of being the top Australian scorer in World Cup finals.
Australia’s women’s football team is called “Matildas” by the fans and they also play under FFA. Ranking at number ten, they have regularly made it to the Olympics as well as World Cups. Matildas have to their name one Asian Cup title, along with three Oceania Cups. The team will be playing a match at The Home Depot Center soon and all the supporters are urged to mark their attendance fast. The stadium has previously as well staged many spectacular matches and this one will be no exception. In the upcoming series of matches, Australia’s women’s team will also be heading to Dick's Sporting Goods Park. With its capacity of over 18,000 it has often witnessed sold out attendance. To catch the latest game here, get your Australia tickets fast.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What will Australia Vs Netherlands Soccer tickets cost me?
A:Australia are in Group B of the World Cup with Netherlands, Spain and Chile so it certainly will be interesting to see how they perform because this is a tough group whichever way you look at it. You can buy Australia Tickets from us. The prices being offered on our website vary and that will help you pick your own price for the tickets you want. You just have to log on to our website and spend not more than just a few minutes to get the tickets you want as easily as possible.
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Q:When will I receive my Australia Vs Spain Tickets?
A:Defending World Champions Spain take on Australia in their Group B encounter. You can expect this to be an engrossing encounter since both sides will give it their all to win. Like all our tickets, your Australia Tickets will be shipped to you via FedEx. We place your orders as soon as you buy tickets online, and you can expect to receive your tickets as soon as possible, well with in time for your time.
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Q:Can I cancel my order for Chile Vs Australia 2016 Tickets after placing it?
A:Both Chile and Australia will fancy their chances of winning this Group B match. So it will be a really exciting soccer game. As per standard ticketing norms, all sales are considered final and cannot be cancelled. So you cannot cancel your Australia Tickets order after placing it. Please be sure you want to buy tickets before placing your order with us.
Q:When will Australia Vs Netherlands World Cup 2016 Tickets be available at your website?
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