SBS will broadcast the next step of Australia's journey to the 2014 FIFA World Cup when the Socceroos take on Jordan in their next qualifier on Wednesday 12 September Australian time.
Thanks to a deal struck between Football Federation Australia, Fox Sports and SBS, the match will be broadcast on a one-hour delay free-to-air on SBS ONE, with coverage set to start at 2.30am AEST.
Jordan v Australia
Delayed on SBS ONE from 2.30am AEST
Kick-off on SBS ONE 3am AEST
Exclusive live coverage will be on Fox Sports 3 HD from 1.30am AEST.
"SBS already has a long standing commitment to international football and we are passionate about this opportunity to work with FFA and Fox Sports to help grow the game in Australia," SBS head of sport Ken Shipp said.
The match sees the national team's World Cup qualifiers return to free-to-air television some seven years after John Aloisi's historic penalty against Uruguay sent Australia to the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals live on SBS.
SBS's coverage of the Jordan v Australia match will be hosted by Les Murray, with former Socceroos Craig Foster, David Zdrilic and Zeljko Kalac providing expert analysis.
In announcing the broadcast arrangement for the Jordan v Australia match, FFA CEO Ben Buckley said: "I thank our long-term partner Fox Sports for accommodating this arrangement.
"Australian football would not have achieved so much growth and development since 2005 without the significant investment of Fox Sports.
"I welcome SBS TV's support in broadcasting Wednesday's match. SBS has a rich history in covering domestic and international Australian football.
"FFA is currently in on-going discussions with Fox Sports and SBS over the long-term broadcast rights in Australian football.
"The discussions have reached an advanced stage and the parties have displayed good faith, which has allowed this one-off arrangement for Wednesday's match."
The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, welcomed the announcement.
"For the good of the game I congratulate everyone involved in showing the Socceroos game tomorrow morning," Senator Conroy said.
"It's great to see that all Australian football fans will have the chance to cheer on their Socceroos as they work to qualify for the World Cup."
Australia's triumphant Socceroos have celebrated booking a place in next year's 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil with hundreds of fans in Sydney on Wednesday.