Did you win the away trip to support Sydney FC in Japan?
We want to thank the 593 Sydney FC Members who attended all of our last 6 home games. Your loyal support has been much appreciated and is one of the reasons why the team has performed so well in 2011 – resulting in an 8 game unbeaten streak- after a disappointing start of the season.
But as you know, the AFC Champions League is only a few days away and the results in 2011 have boosted the team-s confidence!
This afternoon all 593 Members who attended the last 6 home games, along with all 2,244 Sydney FC Members who attended at least 4 of our last 6 home games went into a draw. The following 40 Sydney FC Members have won a Double Pass to attend one of our 3 home games in the AFC Champions League group stages:
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Sydney FC wishes to congratulate these Members with a Double Pass and again thanks you, and all other Members who went into this draw and again for your ongoing support!
WINNERS: Please contact us (email@example.com or 8314 5101) to book the game you would like to attend.
Regarding the Major Prize to follow Sydney FC in Japan vs Kashima Antlers* (including flights, accommodation and tickets for 2 persons) the following 10 Members who attended all of our final 6 home games are invited to come to the Sydney Football Stadium this Tuesday 2.00pm when captain Terry McFlynn and coach Vitezslav Lavicka will draw the winner:
Please note, attendance is not mandatory to win the major prize.
These Members will all be provided with a Double Pass to a Sydney FC home game in the AFC Champions League group stages, too, and with a drink and sushi at the SFS on Tuesday to get familiar with the conditions in Japan! Sydney FC will contact all these 10 Members personally to inform you further regarding Tuesday-s event.
Your support has been great. We look forward to your cheers in our Asian campaign and in the 2011/12 Hyundai A-League season.
*The Sky Blues were originally scheduled to play the Antlers in Kashima on Wednesday 16 March however following the devastating earthquake and tsunami, the match was postponed and rescheduled to the 10th of May. The away match was moved from the 10th of May to the 13th of April.