It's the biggest FourFourTwo in the Australian football calendar – and this year it's an absolute star-studded cracker!
Led by the arrival of Tim Cahill, almost every team in the A-League has beefed up up its frontline attack like a Russian athlete preparing for the Olympics...and that can only mean GOALS GALORE this season!
In the new issue out now, we profile every single club, every single manager, analyse their strengths and weaknesses, rate their chances tear their tactics apart and speak to their star players.
You can't afford to go into the new season without it - and kick off is only days away now!
Plus we profile the amazing story of the Reds Revolution that saw a rookie coach do the double in his debut year at Adelaide United, with insight from on and off the field.
Every Reds fan will want to read this - and every rival fan needs to read it to find out the secret of their success.
Plus we've done the A-League's scouting for it and hand picked ten top talents waiting to be snapped up (at least one has since we went to press!).
We also identify some local talent from overseas that might want to think about trying their luck in the A-League.
We also pinpoint 20 ways you'll be hooked on the A-League next season. It's going to be one of the best ever – and here's why...
But that doesn't mean it can't be improved – and we've also spoken to experts and analysts around the country to find 20 ways to fix the A-League. Let the arguments begin...
Plus Archie Thompson is OUTRAGEOUS (and hilarious) when he looks back at his career so far...
And we look at the wash up from the fan uprising last season – and what it will mean for everyone in the year ahead.
Socceroo legend Harry Kewell picks the games that changed his life – guess how many were in a Liverpool shirt – in a fascinating glimpse back at his career.
Ante Covic tells of the save that made him smile, and we pay tribute to the Matildas bid for Gold in Rio.
Plus Neymar Jr gives us a Masterclass (a bit like Bracelona did to Celtic) while we unearth the secret to Jamie Vardy's amazing burst of speed, and Jermaine Jenas picks his all-time team.
Phew. What an issue...