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Subway Socceroos v Lebanon CommBank Stadium

Subway Socceroos to Face Lebanon at CommBank Stadium in FIFA World Cup 2026™ Qualifier

The Subway Socceroos will face Lebanon at CommBank Stadium in Sydney as their journey towards FIFA World Cup 2026™ continues, with the Second Round Qualifier scheduled for Thursday, 21 March 2024 (8.00pm AEDT).

Tickets for this all-important match start from $20 Child, $25 Concession, $30 Adult, and $80 Family, with a Football Account Pre-Sale at 3.00pm AEDT on Wednesday, 6 December 2023 and General Public On-Sale at 3:00pm AEDT on Friday, 8 December 2023 via Ticketek.

Subway Socceroos v Lebanon CommBank Stadium

The March FIFA Men’s International Window will see the resumption of the Second Round of qualification for FIFA World Cup 2026™, following the AFC Asian Cup™ Qatar 2023 being held throughout January and February 2024.

This fixture will be the first time the Subway Socceroos have faced Lebanon in this qualification period, following victories over Bangladesh (7-0) and Palestine (l-0) to open their campaign in November.

Football Australia CEO, James Johnson expressed his excitement at the prospect of having the Subway Socceroos playing in front of home fans.

“We are thrilled to host the Subway Socceroos for this FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifier at CommBank Stadium, a venue renowned for its world-class facilities,” Johnson said.

“This event not only signifies the resumption of our journey towards the FIFA World Cup but also reflects the vibrant football culture in New South Wales, thanks to the region’s high grassroots participation rates.

“We are grateful for the support of the NSW Government and Destination NSW. Their commitment has been instrumental in bringing such high-calibre fixtures and events to our shores. This partnership also reflects our shared commitment to fostering football at the community level, including the recently held National Youth Championships.

“We look forward to delivering an exceptional experience for players and fans alike,” concluded Johnson.

Subway Socceroos’ Head Coach, Graham Arnold said his players relished any opportunity to play in front of Australian fans.

“Our players are scattered across the world when playing for their clubs, the excitement they have to come together as a group and representthe nation has been a cornerstone of our success,” Arnold said.

“The opportunity to play in front of home fans and feel the energy they bring is so valuable for us, it provides a massive lift, not just in those individual moments but for the many that follow in our qualification journey.

“For the likes of Maty Ryan, Mitch Duke, Keanu Baccus and others from New South Wales, it’s important they enjoy the chance to wear the Australian jersey in their hometown in front of friends and family.

“It doesn’t matter how many times it comes about, playing in front of those who have helped you on your journey through football is such a rewarding and humbling experience, and celebrating that is an integral part of the culture we’ve built within this squad,” concluded Arnold.

During the Second Round- which doubles as direct qualifiers for the AFC Asian Cup 2027™ in Saudi Arabia – the Subway Socceroos will play against Bangladesh, Lebanon and Palestine in a home-and­ away round-robin format, between November 2023 and June 2024. Should Australia finish Group Winner or Group Runners-Up, they will directly qualify for the next AFC Asian Cup.

To find out all the latest information on fixtures, results and Second Round Qualification updates please click here.

Catch the Subway Socceroos FIFA World Cup 2026™ Qualifiers on Network 70 and Paramount+.

Match Details

$1 (plus GST) from every ticket sold for this match will be donated to the CommBank Pararoos – Australia’s CP national team for male footballers with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms from a stroke.

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Subway Socceroos v Lebanon Thursday, 21 March 2024 CommBank Stadium, Parramatta

Kick-off: 8.00pm AEDT

Tickets: Start from $20 Child, $25 Concession, $30 Adult, $80 Family

Football Account Pre-Sale: 3.00pm AEDT on Wednesday, 6 December 2023

General Public On-Sale: 3.00pm AEDT on Friday, 8 December 2023 via Ticketek

Broadcast: Network 10 and Paramount+

Wallabies v Los Pumas at CommBank Stadium

Tickets Go On Sale for Wallabies v Los Pumas at CommBank Stadium

  • Australia will play Argentina in The eToro Rugby Championship Test match at CommBank Stadium on Saturday 15 July;
  • It will be the only rugby Test in Sydney this year as the Wallabies prepare for the Rugby World Cup later this year;
  • Tickets are on sale from 10am Thursday 11 May via Ticketek.

It’s the Wallabies’ only Test match in Sydney this year . . . The eToro Rugby Championship match against Argentina at CommBank Stadium on Saturday 15 July.

And tickets are on sale from 10am Thursday 11 May.

The Western Sydney Test will mark the first match on home soil for returning Wallabies Head Coach Eddie Jones.

Jones will go head-to-head against former Wallabies mentor Michael Cheika, who is now coach of Argentina who are coming off a highly successful 2022 season. The Los Pumas recorded a home series win against Scotland and victories over the Wallabies, All Blacks and England (the latter two away from home) in a stunning run of success.

Two weeks after Wallabies v Los Pumas at CommBank Stadium, the Wallabies will return to Melbourne for a Bledisloe Cup Test match. That match on 29 July will be the final game of The Rugby Championship, and the first of the two-leg Bledisloe Cup series that will culminate one week later in Dunedin.

For the Wallabies to win back the Bledisloe, they will need to win both matches.

With the Rugby World Cup in France from 8 September to 28 October, Australian rugby fans will only have these two opportunities to support their team on home soil in 2023 and cheer them on to the World Cup.

Rugby Australia President Joe Roff said: “Rugby World Cup years are always special, and we want the whole country to get behind the Wallabies as they strive for glory in France this year.

“There are only two games in Australia this year, and they represent a real opportunity to show the whole squad how much support they will have behind them back home in Australia.

“Both of these games will be huge, with Michael Cheika bringing a talented Argentina side to Sydney, and the infamous All Blacks at one of the biggest stadiums in the world.”

The eToro Rugby Championship Australia v Argentina match is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.

The eToro Rugby Championship Test
Australia v Argentina
Saturday 15 July
CommBank Stadium, Parramatta
Kick-off 7:45pm (AEST)

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