Socceroos: The very best of Australian Football
This is an exciting time for football in Australia, with the Socceroos being on the brink of victory led by the second appearing of a golden generation! Whether it's at The Gabba, The Olympic Park Stadium or at an equally lively away match, now's the time to watch this rising team on the pitch. Will they be able to prove their value during the upcoming Football World Cup? Buy your Australia National Football Team tickets and watch history being made! At Ticketbis you can also sell any extra tickets you might have, so that no fan is left out.
Will Australia make it to the Football World Cup in 2018?
It is no wonder that Socceroos fans are exhilarated with the talented players which have emerged from the ranks! Currently, the brand new Aussie team is the 31st team to secure a spot in Russia's competition, having battled off every opponent in the qualifying phase. Sitting at the first spot in group B, the Australia's national football team have won most of their matches, earning the last ticket to the Football World Cup after beating Honduras with a 3-1 win in the intercontinental play-off. Such a truly flawless start! This being the 5th time they have managed to qualify for the international tournament, it's an exciting time for Australia National Football Team fans. Buy your Socceroos tickets at Ticketbis and support the new golden generation during the Football World Cup Group Stage!
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Former Melbourne victory coach, Angelos "Ange" Postecoglou, has courageously revived the Socceroos after doubts were cast on the continuity of Australian football. Indeed, this sport had remained arguably unnoticed in Australia up to 2006, when the previous golden team laid the foundations of the Australian renaissance! Get tickets for the next Socceroos game while you still can! You can also sell your spare tickets at Ticketbis, your favourite source.
Postecoglou's promising national team claimed Australia's first piece of major silverware during the 2015 Asian Cup, where they beat South Korea 2-1. Australia's strongest asset at the moment is their talent-soaked midfield, with the likes of Tim Cahil and captain Mile Jedinak creating opportunities. Also, players such as Manchester City's Aaron Mooy, Celtic's Tom Rogic, and Bayer Leverkusen's Robbie Kruse have learned a couple of tricks while playing in foreign leagues. Don't wait for other people to tell you about it and purchase those Socceroos tickets! If you want to know when the Australian national football team are playing next, stay tuned, at Ticketbis we will keep you posted!