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It's not the most subtle hint in the world, but the mystery guest at an Austin FC supporters-only event Tuesday night is not really a subtle guy.


Fans of Austin FC, the city's Major League Soccer Team, are invited to join a live online question-and-answer session with an unnamed guest who, judging from the hints sprinkled throughout the event invites and RSVPs, can only be Austin's own Matthew McConaughey.

The event, hosted by Austin FC, is billed as an hour with "one of the most L-I-V-I-N it up members of the Austin FC ownership"—but no name.

Supporters are invited to register and RSVP to the free event through all SG fan groups, including Austin Anthem and Los Verdes.

"It'd be a lot cooler if you attended this special Q&A..." an RSVP reads, an apparent reference to one of McConaughey's breakout roles in Dazed and Confused.

The next hint: This photo attached to one of the invites.

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Those who RSVP will be sent a Zoom link and details for the event, which starts at 6 p.m.

Austin FC is set to begin its season next spring.

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