Ahead of a potential fourth World Cup appearance, Tim Cahill has been honoured by the naming rights partner of the Caltex Socceroos.
CAHILLTEX insignia along with Cahill and fellow Socceroos' images will be displayed at five Caltex sites across Australia throughout May and June.
Cahill was included in Caltex Socceroos head coach Bert van Marwijk 26-player squad that will take part in a training camp in Turkey, followed by a friendly against the Czech Republic in Austria on June 1.
The striker has scored at three successive World Cups and if selected as part of the 23-player squad on June 4, could potentially join Uwe Seeler and Miroslav Klose as the only players to have scored at four tournaments in a row.
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Speaking at the CAHILLTEX unveiling at North Ryde Caltex, FFA CEO David Gallop lauded Cahill’s feats when representing Australia on the world stage.
“Tim Cahill is on the cusp of making it to his fourth World Cup, it’s an extraordinary achievement,” he said.
“His track record at scoring goals in crunch moments for us is unparalleled and it’s great that he can be part of this promotion.
“It’s a reminder that we are two petrol tanks away from going to Russia and seeing how the boys go in a tough group and one that they’ll be well prepared for.
“Promotions like this are a reminder that going to a World Cup is not just big for football fans but big for the whole nation.
“To be going to a fourth consecutive one is a massive achievement.”