The Sydney Harbour Bridge will sport a soccer theme for its next breakfast extravaganza to support Australia's rival bid to host the World Cup.
NSW Premier Kristina Keneally, a soccer enthusiast, has pre-empted the massive picnic event but has yet to divulge the details.
Ms Keneally said the next Breakfast on the Bridge event will be soccer-themed to support Australia's bid for the World Cup in 2022.
"I urge everyone in NSW to register for the public ballot and make the most of this chance to spend a Sunday morning eating breakfast on a grass covered Sydney Harbour Bridge," Ms Keneally said in a statement on Sunday."
Major Events Minister Kevin Greene acknowledged the publicity potential when 6000 people will take to the grass-covered bridge for a picnic.
"Last year, the inaugural Breakfast on the Bridge captured national and international headlines, with images of the event seen by more than 100 million people across key tourism markets including Japan and the United States," Mr Greene said.
In July, six FIFA delegates arrived to Australia for a three-day visit, which included a presentation of 10 potential host cities and 12 stadiums.
Australia was the third stop on tour of the nine countries that are bidding to host either the 2018 or 2022 tournaments.
Qatar has emerged as one of Australia's biggest rivals for the 2022 tournament, with the US another strong candidate and South Korea and Japan also in the running
People can find out more about how register for the breakfast ballot by visiting
The ballot opens on August 15 and the Breakfast on the Bridge event happens on October 10.