Thursday, 9 July 2009

A-League4Canberra Media Release

July 9th
Canberra to host Hyundai A-League games: Fans urged to buy tickets early.
The Central Coast Mariners will play two Hyundai A-League games at Canberra Stadium in coming weeks and this is great news for the Canberra A-League bid and all sports fans in the region.

Canberra A-League bid leader Ivan Slavich is delighted, “Canberra supporters have already shown outstanding support for football at the recent Socceroos game played at Canberra Stadium; and now fans of football, and sport, across Canberra and the region have further reason to celebrate.

“I’d urge everyone who wants to see a successful Canberra A-League bid to attend both Central Coast Mariners fixtures to be held at Canberra Stadium in coming weeks. A strong crowd will further enhance our bid and progress,” said Canberra A-League bid Leader Ivan Slavich

“We are delighted there will be a special offer for all Canberra A-League Foundation Members and fans of football. Foundation Members and fans can show their support for the A-League4Canberra bid and top level football in the region by buying tickets to both games and take advantage of the significant discount prior to Wednesday July 15th.
“Football Federation Australia will be watching the level of interest from the region. And we’re expecting a decision on Canberra’s A-League bid in next few weeks,” said Slavich.

Match and ticket details: Tickets are available from Ticketek at
Friday 4th September: Central Coast Mariners v Perth Glory (Canberra Stadium)
Sat 31st October: A-League Central Coast Mariners v Adelaide United (Canberra Stadium)

Slavich added, “Foundation Members can still join and take advantage of this special offer. We are aiming to get as many Foundation Members signed up as possible before the A-League 12th spot decision is made and if you haven’t signed up yet I would urge all sports fans from the surrounding regions to join us now and show your support for Canberra sport.
To sign-up as a Foundation Member go to

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