Watch your international stars in the Hyundai A-League

The Caltex Socceroos have clinched their place at Russia 2018 and now a host of stars are turning their attention back to lighting up the Hyundai A-League.

Secure your seat to an upcoming game to catch our international heroes in action!

Tim Cahill

Australia's all-time leading goalscorer is determined to make it to a fourth World Cup.

He's back in Melbourne City's squad and ready to fire in Brisbane on Friday night.

Tim Cahill
Tim Cahill is looking to add to his catalogue of highlights.

Mark Milligan & James Troisi

Midfield guns Mark Milligan and James Troisi are set to give Kevin Muscat a massive boost for Melbourne Victory's trip to Perth on Sunday.

And the pair will be joined at nib Stadium by fellow World Cup hopeful Rhys Williams, who can potentially force his way into calculations with a strong season.

Mark Milligan and James Troisi
Mark Milligan and James Troisi are back in action on Sunday.

Josh Risdon

With a first World Cup appearance in his sights, Risdon will hope to cement his place among the final 23 by flourishing under new Wanderers boss Josep Gombau this season.

Josh Risdon
Josh Risdon has enhanced his reputation in the Hyundai A-League.

Andrew Durante & Michael McGlinchey

New Zealand's heartbreaking defeat in Peru means Wellington Phoenix's experienced All Whites will be desperate to take their frustration out on the rest of the Hyundai A-League.

They'll have to wait until they return from Lima, but you can catch the pair team up at Westpac Stadium all throughout summer.

Andrew Durante
Andrew Durante in action against Peru.

Storm Roux (Central Coast Mariners)

Another member of New Zealand's squad, Roux has made Gosford his home and will be relishing the chance to potentially taste Finals Series football with Paul Okon's improving Mariners.

Storm Roux
Storm Roux is a long-term Mariner.