Matildas fans turned away from packed live sites, trains delayed

Tumbalong Park has been the most popular live site in Sydney throughout this tournament thanks to its FIFA fan festival, which boasts a chip-only McDonald’s stand, the FIFA museum and entertainment.

Wetherill Park friends Lisa Sherry and Belinda Stampetta arrived at 4pm to get a prime spot. Sherry said the pair played Uno and did face painting to pass the time.

Crowds gather at Federation Square to watch the Matilda’s play England in the World Cup.Credit: Joe Armao

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