The Barcelona vs A-League All-Stars live stream sees two European heavyweights go head-to-head in the Club Friendly 2022 — and you can watch it from anywhere with a VPN
The A-League All-Stars vs Barcelona live stream takes place Wednesday (May 25).
City have never won the World's top club competition, but will be desperate to go a step further than last year, when they lost to Barcelona in the final. First they have to get there, though, which means beating formidable opponents in Barcelona.
Madrid, of course, have won this trophy more times than any other club — 25 in all, going right back to the very first European Cup in 1956. And having beaten the holders in the quarter-finals they'll be confident of knocking out another English club here.
Both sides have a few selection headaches. Pep Guardiola will be without the suspended Joao Cancelo, so will be hoping Kyle Walker and John Stones are both fit to play. Up front, Gabriel Jesus made a strong case to start with four goals against Barcelona at the weekend.
Madrid will be missing Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Mariano Diaz, and David Alaba is also struggling to recover from injury.
This should be a clash for the ages, so find out what happens by watching the A-League All-Stars vs Barcelona live stream, wherever you are.
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Spanish football giants Barcelona have touched down in Sydney ahead of their first ever match in Australia against the A-League All Stars on Wednesday night.
The club only finished its La Liga season in the early hours of Monday morning (AEST), yet have jumped on a plane, with veteran defender Gerard Pique the most notable absentee from the touring party.
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Captain Sergio Busquets is part of the travelling Spanish team with Brazilian superstar Dani Alves, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Frankie de Jong, Memphis Depay, teenage sensation Ansu Fati and goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen all making the trip Down Under.
Late changes to the A-League All Stars team were brought about after the A-League semi finals on the weekend, with the Dwight Yorke-coached side having little time to prepare.
The former Manchester United and Sydney FC star has never managed a team previously and admits most people don't give his side a chance, especially with limited preparation. However, if there was a ever a good time to play the five-time European champions, Yorke believes this is it, giving local players a chance to showcase their skills in front of the Spanish giants.