THIS Saturday the first Australian Tiger Street Soccer Finals will be held in front of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House for a day of football, music and fun.
With free entry, fans will be treated to live DJs throughout the day as a backdrop to the football action.
Tiger Street artists will create live art works, there will be live Capoeira, Samba and breakdancing displays, Brazilian drummers and freestyle football demonstrations not to mention the stunning Tiger Cage girls.
Try your hand at Panna 1v1 cage football or just grab a Tiger Beer at the bar and take in the sights and sounds of this unique football festival.
On the park the action will be fierce as a number of handy Street players will be on show looking to win the tournament and represent Australia in Malaysia at the Asian finals.
Aussie Street Football superstar Daniel Cappellaro – aka D10 – will also appear and is set to excite fans on the day.
“I can’t wait to get to Sydney and play in the Tiger Street Soccer. It’s an amazing location and the tournament itself is new and exciting,” he told au.fourfourtwo.com.
“I look forward to showing the fans some of my Street skills. There is plenty for the fans to do while the football is going on. It should be a great day for all.”
Former A-League player Panni Nikas, ex of North Queensland Fury, is set to play for one of the finalists teams representing Sydney FC.
FFT has also entered a team in the tournament adding a potentially shambolic flavour to the day’s proceedings.
The festival run from 9am until 4.30pm with free entry.