Come Play! Online Store Coming Soon

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We’ll be releasing an online store soon where you’ll be able to buy some very cool Come Play! gear. Among the items on offer will be:

  • Come Play! Supporter’s Scarf
  • Come Play! Wrist Band
  • Come Play! Mini Football
  • Come Play! Football

You’ll also be able to buy some equipment to support football in developing countries. It’s a great way to participate in Australia’s bid and make a difference where it’s needed most.

You will have the option of purchasing a Come Play! football (or more) to be sent to:

  • FFA/UNICEF projects in Africa
  • Indigenous communities in Australia
  • East Timor, OR
  • Member Associations in Oceania (other than New Zealand).

When the store launches, we’ll let Come Play! members know by email.

If you’d prefer, you can even pre-order, or reserve merchandise by phone. Just call on 02 9492 1112.

And don’t forget – a range of great Socceroos merchandise is also available from the FFA online store.

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