The side will reportedly leave for Spain a few days after Gor Mahia meet English Premier League outfit, Everton, in Dar es Salaam Tanzania for a pre-season clash.
It is yet to be revealed yet who the All Stars will play although hopes are high that it could be one of the big guns such as Barcelona, Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid.
The continued exposure to top European football brands abroad is further highlighted by Mathare United’s coaching partnership with the Dutch Football Association.
Standardmedia report that an 18-man squad will travel to Spain for the two encounters with the La Liga outfits and that it could be an opportunity for a number of young Kenyan players to land a deal abroad.
Spanish clubs are the current kings of European football with Real Madrid winning the last two UEFA Champions League titles, as well as three trophies in the last four years.