Watch Matildas V England at Petrie live site

Published 11:30am 15 August 2023

Watch Matildas V England at Petrie live site
Words by Kylie Knight

UniSC Moreton Bay will be a live site for the historic do-or-die Matildas V England FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final on Wednesday night.

The game, which will determine if Australia goes through to the final, will be broadcast on the campus’s big 8m x 4.5m screen.

It will be a chance for fans in the City of Moreton Bay to come together, don green and gold, watch the game and share in the excitement.

Entry is free but registrations are essential. Head to the website to register.

The university’s onsite café will be serving game-day favourites. Please note UniSC Moreton Bay is not a licensed venue. Consumption of alcohol on premises is not permitted.

Head of Campus Professor Karen Becker can't wait for kick-off. 

“It’s been incredible to watch the Matildas bring everyone together at this tournament. Now they’re just one win away from playing in a World Cup Final on home soil,” she says.

“We’re encouraging anyone who wants to experience the excitement together, to register their interest and join us at UniSC’s Moreton Bay campus at Petrie for an 8pm kick-off against England. The atmosphere will be electric.”

Event details

What: FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final Australia V England

When: Wednesday, August 16

Time: Doors open 7pm for 8pm kick-off

Venue: UniSC Moreton Bay, 1 Moreton Pde, Petrie

Cost: Free (registrations are essential)

Parking: Free parking is available onsite

For more information and to register, head to the website

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