Inaugural Hellenic Cup to take place Australia Day long weekend in Brisbane

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To celebrate the Australia Day long weekend, four Greek heritage football clubs will come together for the first Hellenic Cup 2024 tournament.

Teams including Olympic FC, Sydney Olympic FC, Darwin Olympic SC and Heidelberg United FC will face off in the first Hellenic Cup match for the pre-season.

Taking place at Goodwin Park in Brisbane, spectators will have the chance to witness football talent from across Australia and experience a taste of Greek culture.

The cup will kick off on Friday, January 26 – Gates open at 3pm, with the main games scheduled from 5pm.

The Ellinikes Fones choir will also make an appearance, to sing the Greek and Australian National Anthems.

On Saturday, January 27 – Gates open at 12pm, with the main games scheduled at 4pm and 6pm. After Saturday night’s games, from 8pm and onwards, an after party will be held.

On Sunday, January 28 – Gates open from 11am, with the main games scheduled at 1pm and 3pm.

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