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WIN SUMMER’S HOTTEST FOOTBALL EXPERIENCES


You and a mate can meet the FOX SPORTS commentators, tour the broadcast facilities and get a behind the scenes tour of your favourite stadium on match day.



• Friday 21 December – Western Sydney Wanderers vs Adelaide United

• Saturday 22 December – Newcastle Jets vs Sydney FC

• Thursday 27 December – Sydney FC vs Central Coast Mariners

• Monday 31 December – Central Coast Mariners vs Perth Glory

• Tuesday 1 January – Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Victory



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Competition closes 11.55 AEDT 16.12.2012 and is drawn 10.00am AEDT 17.12.2012 at 2 Holt Street, Surry Hills, NSW. Click here for full competition terms & conditions. NSW Permit LTPM/12/00752.

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    • Friday 21 December – Western Sydney Wanderers vs Adelaide United
    • Saturday 22 December – Newcastle Jets vs Sydney FC
    • Thursday 27 December – Sydney FC vs Central Coast Mariners
    • Monday 31 December – Central Coast Mariners vs Perth Glory
    • Tuesday 1 January – Western Sydney Wanderers vs Melbourne Victory
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