A new era of US-Australian football is here.
The Rugby League World Cup is being held in Boston on August 23, and the Socceroos are due to play their first friendly match there, against Chile on August 27.
That match will be a huge sell-out.
A massive, worldwide event, it promises to attract a lot of media attention, and in fact, it is going to be one of the biggest sporting events in the US in quite some time.
It has been announced that the US Soccer Federation is taking part in the event.
We will be bringing you live coverage of the matches and all of the action on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
So what are the details of this big event?
It is a World Cup event, but it will also be a pre-season friendly for Australia’s national team, which will play a friendly against England on August 21.
Australia will be playing at the Commonwealth Stadium in Boston, and they will be training on site before the game.
This will be the first time the players will have been at the stadium in quite a long time.
The game will take place at 2pm, and will be played in front of a sold-out crowd of over 2,500.
But while the game will be massive in terms of attendance, the real star of the show is the friendly against Chile, which takes place on the same day as the World Cup.
Both matches will be streamed live on the USA Soccer YouTube channel.
Here is a look at what the matches will look like: Australia v Chile (AUS, August 23) The Aussies have been a consistent top-six side for many years now, and have won the last four of those tournaments.
They have won six of the past seven Aussie World Cup tournaments, and only lost out to Germany in 2010 to be knocked out by a much better team in South Africa.
Chile are the last team to win a World T20 trophy, and their last major title was in 2008.
For the first match, the Aussys will play with three players who are the same age as their current World Cup team.
Matt Giteau is the captain, and Tim Cahill is the deputy captain.
Tim Cahill and Matt Giteaus in action against Chile (Source: Getty Images) Auslinn Lukaku is set to be the team’s main man for the first leg, but they will have another strong option in the form of former England international Tom Cleverley.
He has featured for the side previously, scoring in the 2014 World Cup final and 2016 Copa America final, and was one of two players to score in their previous match against Chile.
Giteau, Lukaku and Cleverley are all playing their second World Cup, and it will certainly be a good opportunity for them to shine.
Lukaku and the rest of the squad will be wearing green and gold.
(Source: US Soccer) Chiles have won two World T19 titles, but the most recent of those came back in 2012, when they beat the USA 4-1.
However, this is the first year they have actually qualified for the World Championships, which means they will face a team from the other side of the Pacific.
South Korea’s Yoo Jae-hwan is a huge name in world football, and he is currently one of South Korea’s biggest stars.
There is a lot at stake, and Chile have a lot to prove.
As a result, the team will be heavily involved in the preparation of the match.
Their players will be spending the whole day at the training ground, and are training alongside their team-mates.
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