Socceroos head coach Ange Postecoglou and the rest of the team will be heading to Brazil for a group stage game on June 4.

It’s a game that will feature the best of both worlds.

With the World Cup being played in front of the country’s biggest crowds, there will be a big spotlight on the players.

The game will be played in the biggest stadium in Brazil, the Maracana, as the Socceroos’ tour group will face the United States, the Czech Republic and Germany.

While the United Kingdom has a home game scheduled for the same day, it’s not clear what the rest will be like.

In other words, there is no guarantee that any of the teams will get past Brazil’s two best.

Here’s what you need to know.

1.

The U.S. will face England, who has beaten the Socceroo’s group in the past.

This match will be the first in the group stages.

The USA has been a thorn in the side of Australia for a number of years, especially during the World Series.

Australia’s best player, Christian Pulisic, has a knee injury that is expected to keep him out for at least a month, and the U.K. has also had problems in recent years with its players, most recently in the World Championship.

England will be without two of their best players, Joe Hart and Christian Eriksen, and they have also lost two of its three top scorers, James Milner and Jermain Defoe.

2.

The United States is playing in the home leg of the World Champion Brazil tour group.

The Americans will be playing in front the home crowd at RFK Stadium, the home of the Washington Redskins.

This is where the World Champions played their group stage matches.

The venue is home to one of the NFL’s most famous stadiums, so fans of both the United Soccer League (USL) and the MLS (MLS) have a big advantage.

The home match is a good place for the USA to get a head start on the rest, especially in a tournament that is only a few weeks away.

It will be their first game at RF