Every foreign Hyundai A-League player for 2019/20 Season

The Hyundai A-League is a melting pot of cultures, with players from all over the world lacing up their boots to take part in the competition. Here's a look at who will be playing their football 'away from home' in the 2019/20 campaign.

This list is as of July 9, 1.00pm AEST, and other than for the league's newest club, Western United FC, does not include player transfers made before April 29, the end of the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 regular season.

It only includes players that are on foreign passports and not ones that are originally from abroad that have Australian citizenship.

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Adelaide United

Mirko Boland (Germany) Story
Michael Jakobsen (Denmark) Player Profile, Story

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Michael Jakobsen
Dane Michael Jakobsen will again be turning out for Adelaide in 2019/20

Brisbane Roar

Tom Aldred (Britain) Story
Aaron Amadi-Holloway (Britain) Story
Macaulay Gillesphey (Britain) Story
Roy O’Donovan (Ireland) Player Profile, Story

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Roy O'Donovan
Irishman Roy O'Donovan moved from Newcastle Jets to join Robbie Fowler's Roar revolution in June

Central Coast Mariners

Ziggy Gordon (Britain) Story

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Ziggy Gordon
Ziggy Gordon has arrived from Scottish football to strengthen the Mariners

Melbourne City

Florin Berenguer (France) Story
Richard Windbichler (Austria) Story
Javier Cabrera (Montevideo Wanderers)
Story

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Bart Schenkeveld
Melbourne City's Dutch dynamo Bart Schenkeveld

Melbourne Victory

Ola Toivonen (Sweden) Story

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Toivonen
One of the Hyundai A-League's standout overseas signings, Ola Toivonen

Newcastle Jets

Matthew Ridenton (New Zealand) Story
Abdiel Arroyo (Panama)
Story

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Kaine Sheppard
Kaine Sheppard (right): born in the UK, playing for the Jets

Perth Glory

Diego Castro (Spain) Story
Bruno Fornaroli (Uruguay) Story
Juande (Spain) Story

Andy Keogh (Ireland) Player Profile, Story

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Diego Castro
After leading Glory to the Premiership in 2018/19 Diego Castro has committed to another two years in Perth

Sydney FC

Kosta Barbarouses (New Zealand) Story
Adam Le Fondre (Britain) Player Profile, Story
Milos Ninkovic (Serbia) Player Profile, Story

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Kosta Barbarouses
Pastures new for Kiwi Kosta Barbarouses this season, after he moved to Sydney FC from Melbourne Victory

Wellington Phoenix

Mandi (Spain) Story
Steven Taylor (Britain) Story
Ulises Davila (Delhi Dynamos)
Story

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  • NOTE: Players with Australian passports are not classified as foreign players for Wellington Phoenix
Steven Taylor
British defender Steven Taylor is a firm favourite at Wellington Phoenix

Western Sydney Wanderers

Daniel Lopar (Switzerland) Story
Radoslaw Majewski (Poland) Story
Pirmin Schwegler (Switzerland) Story

Patrick Ziegler (Germany) Story

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Schwegler
Swiss Pirmin Schwegler signed for Western Sydney Wanderers in May

Western United

Panagiotis Kone (Greece) Player Profile, Story
Filip Kurto (Poland) Story

Click here to see all of Western United FC's transfers for the 2019/20 Season

Filip Kurto
Filip Kurto is a huge signing for the Hyundai A-League new boys

Overseas players are defined by whether or not they hold an Australian passport. They may play international football for a country other than Australia. For Wellington Phoenix an overseas player meets the same criteria, but for New Zealand.