By FOX Sports staff
Kicking off on October 11, the campaign will have 27 rounds of the regular season and three weeks of the finals series, culminating in the Grand Final on May 4.
In what promises to be a mouthwatering opening round, Sydney FC and Newcastle Jets will get things rolling on the Friday before 2013 champions Central Coast Mariners face off with reigning premiers Western Sydney Wanderers in a rematch of last season's Grand Final.
On Saturday evening, Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart lock horns in one of the league's most eagerly-anticipated derbies, while Wellington Phoenix and Brisbane Roar, and Adelaide United and Perth Glory face off on Sunday to round things off.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) CEO David Gallop believes the coming season has been tailored to thrill fans all across the board.
"This season's draw has been crafted to ensure that whether you are an avid supporter of a team or the many new fans discovering the Hyundai A-League there is always something to look forward to in every round of the 2013/14 competition," he said on the FFA's official website.
"This season will also see the competition fight for more turf with the Hyundai A-League 2014 Grand Final set to take place on May 4."
Fans only have to wait till round five for the first Big Blue - the match between traditional rivals Victory and Sydney - of the season at the Allianz Stadium, while the first Sydney derby is on October 26 at the same venue.