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Tickets finally on sale for Matildas Olympic Games qualifiers at Campbelltown

Let’s go: Macarthur’s own Allana Kennedy goes through her paces during Matildas training earlier today.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) have today confirmed the new dates for Olympic football tournament qualifiers involving the Matildas at Campbelltown Sports Stadium (CSS).

It means tickets are now available to the public (see below for links)

The change in scheduling was forced by concerns over the coronavirus situation.

There will now be three Group B match days in CSS, starting from tonight when Thailand and Chinese Taipei kick off the Tokyo Olympic Games qualifiers.

Matchday 1 – Monday, 3 February 2020

Thailand v Chinese Taipei – 7.30pm (AEDT)

Campbelltown Stadium, Leumeah


Matchday 2 – Friday, 7 February 2020 

China PR v Thailand – 4.30pm (AEDT)

Australia v Chinese Taipei – 7.30pm (AEDT)

Campbelltown Stadium, Leumeah

Matchday 3 – Monday, 10 February 2020 

Chinese Taipei v China PR – 4.30pm (AEDT)

Thailand v Australia – 7.30pm (AEDT)

Campbelltown Stadium, Leumeah

Matchday four, currently scheduled for February 12 at Western Sydney Stadium, Parramatta, may yet be moved to February 13 to ensure additional rest time between matches for the participating nations.

FFA will advise if this change will be implemented as soon as possible, should agreement be reached among all stakeholders.

Matildas matches throughout the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament Qualifiers will be broadcast live on Fox Sports, Kayo Sports, and the My Football Live App; delayed on ABC TV.

Originally CSS was going to host two matchdays of the tournament, both double headers.

This was announced at a special media briefing last week, but 24 hours later a change in the status of the coronavirus meant the scheduling was up for grabs.

Meanwhile, Matildas head coach Ante Milicic, who is also Macarthur FC’s inaugural manager, has lauded the team’s focus in difficult circumstances and says they are ready to embark on their journey to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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