Three countries, 32,590km, one friendly against top European opposition, and two vital FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifiers – it’s going to be a big few weeks for the Qantas Socceroos.
Three countries, 32,590km, one friendly against top European opposition, and two vital FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifiers - it-s going to be a big few weeks for the Qantas Socceroos.
And over the next four weeks, footballaustralia.com.au will be bringing you extensive and exclusive coverage of the Qantas Socceroos- travels, training and fixtures.
The games start on 2 June, when the Qantas Socceroos take on Denmark in an international friendly at Copenhagen-s Parken Stadium.
From there, it-s a short flight (relatively speaking) to the Middle East, to face Oman in Australia-s first match in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Asian Qualifiers Final Round on 8 June.
And there-s no time to rest, as Holger Osieck-s squad shoot back home to take on Asian heavyweights Japan in Brisbane on 12 June.
In the lead-up to the matches, we-ll have everything you need to know about what-s happening in the Qantas Socceroos camp, including squad announcements, exclusive interviews and videos with the team, image galleries from training, plus in-depth analysis and commentary about our opposition and results.
Check into footballaustralia.com.au every day for news and features from inside the Qantas Socceroos camp - coming up in the next few days we-ve got exclusive interviews with overseas players and some big news from head coach Holger Osieck.
Come back on Saturday as we start the countdown with a bang - 31 days to go til Australia hosts Japan in the massive FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifier in Brisbane.
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