Pararoos To Host First Match On Home Soil Since Sydney 2000
On November 30, the Pararoos, Australia’s national football team for athletes with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke, will play Canada at Cromer Park. This fixture will mark the first time that the team has played on home soil since the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. With 100 per cent of ticket sales invested back into the team, who rely heavily upon fundraising initiatives, the Pararoos are expecting a big crowd to get down and support this historic occasion. Pararoos head coach Kai Lammert joined The Daily producer Luke O’Brien to talk about the fixture and how the funds raised will help the team moving forward.
The Pararoos will take on Canada on Saturday, November 30 at Cromer Park. Tickets are on sale now via pararoos.com.au.