News - Arrival of Socceroos completes Confederations Cup line-up
News - Arrival of Socceroos completes Confederations Cup line-up

Arrival of Socceroos completes Confederations Cup line-up

Arrival of Socceroos completes Confederations Cup line-up
Friday, 16 June 2017, 17:06

The eight FIFA Confederations Cup contenders are all now on Russian soil following the arrival of Australia’s Socceroos in the early afternoon at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport.

The current Asian champions will be participating in their fourth FIFA Confederations Cup after featuring in the 1997, 2001 and 2005 editions. 

The Socceroos will take on world champions Germany in Sochi on 19 June, Cameroon in Saint Petersburg on 22 June and Chile in Moscow on 25 June.

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