Busy Champions League schedule ahead

Melbourne Victory's home AFC Champions League matches will be split between Docklands Stadium and Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.

Melbourne Victory's home AFC Champions League matches will be split between Docklands Stadium and Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.

First, Victory will take on reigning Asian Champions Guangzhou Evergrande in its first AFC Champions League 2014 encounter away from home on February 26.

After the club-s success in Saturday-s playoff against Muangthong United, Victory will compete in 'Group G- of this year-s competition.

Our boys will travel to China to take on Marcelo Lippi-s current AFC Champions League winners, Guangzhou, after this Saturday-s Hyundai A-League clash with Adelaide United at AAMI Park.

As part of the Champions League group stage, Kevin Muscat-s squad will also battle Korean side, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Japan-s Yokohama F. Marinos in what is undoubtedly the toughest group in this year-s event.

Melbourne Victory-s home games will be split between Docklands Stadium (Etihad Stadium) and Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park), with the first being against the Koreans on Wednesday, March 12 at Docklands.

Ticketing information will be released shortly.

All matches will be broadcast live and exclusive on Fox Sports.

Melbourne Victory ACL Schedule: (including Hyundai A-League fixtures)

Sat, February 22 - Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United, AAMI Park

MD1 Wed, February 26 - Guangzhou Evergrande v Melbourne Victory, Guangzhou Tianhe Sport Center, Guangzhou, China

Sat, March 1 - Melbourne Heart v Melbourne Victory, AAMI Park

Fri, March 7 - Melbourne Victory v Central Coast Mariners, AAMI Park

MD2 Wed, March 12 - Melbourne Victory v Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Docklands Stadium

Sat, March 15 - Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory, nib Stadium

MD3 Tues, March 18 - Melbourne Victory v Yokohama F. Marinos, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Sat, March 22 - Brisbane Roar v Melbourne Victory, Suncorp Stadium

Sat, March 29 - Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC, AAMI Park

MD4 Wed, April 2 - Yokohama F. Marinos v Melbourne Victory, Yokohama International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan

Sat, April 5 - Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory, Hunter Stadium

Sat, April 12 - Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory, Westpac Stadium

MD5 Tues, April 15 - Melbourne Victory v Guangzhou Evergrande, Docklands Stadium

MD6 Tues, April 22 - Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors v Melbourne Victory, Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju, Korea