Saturday 20 July 2013. KO: 19:30 local time, 10:30 BST.
ANZ Stadium, Sydney.
All tickets have now been sold.
The All Stars' 15-man squad was cut down from an initial shortlist of 35 after more than 30,000 supporters cast their votes and an expert panel, including All Stars coach Ange Postecoglou, had their say. The squad is subject to change and will eventually contain 18 players, with some of the initial choices expected to be unavailable due to injury, international commitments and transfers. Japanese midfielder Shinji Ono is on the provisional list, as is German Thomas Broich and veteran Australian striker Archie Thompson. The current 15-man squad features: Ante Covic, Mathew Ryan; Pedj Bojic, Nikolai Topor-Stanley, Trent Sainsbury, Patrick Zwaanswijk, Adama Traore; Shinji Ono, Thomas Broich, Mark Milligan, Youssouf Hersi, Michael McGlinchey, Archie Thompson; Alessandro Del Piero, Marco Rojas.
A two-time Hyundai A-league Championship winning manager and former Australia national youth team manager, Ange Postecoglou is one of Australia’s most respected coaches. Ange spent his formative years as a player for South Melbourne in the NSL, earning 4 caps for the Socceroos between 1986 and 1988. He got his first break in management at South Melbourne in 1996 and stayed there until 2000 when he took the team to that year’s FIFA Club World Championship in Brazil to face the Reds. In the same year, Postecoglou was announced as head coach of the Young Socceroos. Following a seven-year period in charge of the Socceroos development squad Ange spent a short spell managing Greek side Panachiaki before taking the