The second installment of the Herman Bogers Cup will focus on raising money for those impacted by the country's bushfire crisis.
The clash between NPL3 outfit Ballarat City and an all-star team from the Ballarat and District Soccer Association will be played this Tuesday evening.
BDSA All Stars manager Michael Busija said the game was about bringing people together for a common cause.
"When you have a charity match, I think that becomes the focus rather than a result," Busija said.
"Obviously all football is competitive and we want to win the game - that's why we do things - but the charity becomes the overarching focus."
James Robinson will manage the Ballarat City side, which beat the All Stars 6-1 in the inaugural contest last year.
The match is named in honour of Herman Bogers, the current BDSA president and long-time supporter of soccer in the region.
Robinson said on top of the clash paying tribute to Bogers and raising money for charity, it was also a great way to build relationships between the local association, the local clubs and Ballarat City.
Tuesday's game will kick-off from 7pm at Morshead Park, with entry from $10. Tickets can be purchased at the gate on the night.
Western United players Aaron Calver and James Delianov and football director Steve Horvat will be in Ballarat on Tuesday ahead of the club's second A-League game at Mars Stadium.
While here to build-up the hype for the clash against Brisbane Roar, the club will also present a United jersey to Bogers.
Western United will take on the Roar on Sunday afternoon, with the fixture to start from 4pm.
It follows a 3-1 loss to Wellington Phoenix when the teams met in Ballarat on December 28.
United will play two more matches in Ballarat on March 29 and April 10.