The defending champions look in good form ahead of the Rugby World Cup. While they have a shaky World Cup history, the team must be quietly confident ahead of this year's tournament.
Steve Hansen - Coach
This is coach Steve Hansen's fourth World Cup.
Beauden Barrett - First-five/Fullback
First-five Barrett has become something of a super sub for the All Blacks, with his deceptive speed and strength causing plenty of problems for tiring defences.
Sam Cane - Flanker
The heir apparent to captain Richie McCaw's openside throne, Cane made his debut as a 20-year-old in 2012.
Dan Carter - First Five
The 33-year-old Carter is attending his fourth World Cup and will be a key figure if the All Blacks are to become the first side to defend their title.
Dane Coles - Hooker
The 28-year-old hooker is playing in his first World Cup after watching the 2011 tournament from the pub with his mates.
Wyatt Crockett - Prop
The 32-year-old, 40 test All Black will play in his first Rugby World Cup as an All Black.
Charlie Faumuina - Prop
The 29-year-old, 127kg Auckland prop was one of the more nervous players around ahead of the naming of World Cup squad as he hadn't played international rugby this season.
Malakai Fekitoa - Midfielder
Born in Tonga, Fekitoa was offered a scholarship to attend Wesley College in Auckland after a visit to New Zealand in 2009.
Ben Franks - Prop
The ability to play both propping positions gives Ben Franks an advantage in the squad.
Owen Franks - Prop
Owen Franks is Ben Franks' younger brother and also a prop, but the 27-year-old is a starting tighthead, who currently has 72 Test caps.
Tawera Kerr-Barlow - Halfback
Prior to the naming of the squad there was much debate over whether the selectors would take two or three halfbacks - they've gone with three, and Waikato's Kerr-Barlow got the nod.
Jerome Kaino - Loose Forward
Jerome Kaino was a key factor in the All Blacks winning the World Cup in 2011 with his powerful tackling and strong ball running skills.
Richie McCaw - Loose Forward
Richie McCaw enters his fourth Rugby World Cup as the most capped international test player of all time with 142 caps.
Keven Mealamu - Hooker
The 2015 World Cup will be the swansong for the popular 36-year-old hooker.
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Liam Messam - Loose Forward
The Chiefs loose forward missed out on the squad in 2011 and his selection this year was also close.
Photo: RNZ / Alexander Robertson
Nehe Milner-Skudder - Outside Back
Nehe Milner-Skudder exploded onto the All Blacks' scene after a breakthrough 2015 season with the Hurricanes where he played on the right wing and fullback.
Waisake Naholo - Wing
There is no doubting Naholo's game breaking abilities.
Ma'a Nonu - Midfielder
The 97-test veteran is in career best form, coming off the back of a stellar Super Rugby season with the Hurricanes and several match-winning performances in the Rugby Championship for the All Blacks.
TJ Perenara - Halfback
The 23-year-old Perenara has spent most of his international career as halfback back-up to Aaron Smith and that is likely to continue at the World Cup.
Kieran Read - Loose Forward
With 77 tests under his belt in the black jersey Kieran Read is one of the senior players within the All Blacks squad.
Brodie Retallick - Lock
When it came to writing down his World Cup squad, Brodie Rettallick's name would have been one of the first on the list for coach Steve Hansen.
Luke Romano - Lock
Romano has been selected as the third lock in the All Blacks squad behind Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock.
Julian Savea - Wing
Nicknamed "The Bus" Julian Savea has long been touted as the next Jonah Lomu.
Colin Slade - First Five /Utility
Despite Steve Hansen's assertion that Colin Slade is picked as a first five eighths, it's his ability to play a variety of positions that has got him the selection nod.
Aaron Smith - Halfback
Rated by many as the best halfback in world rugby, Aaron Smith ignites the All Blacks backline with his lightning pass, regarded as one of quickest in the game.
Ben Smith - Fullback
Regarded by many as the best fullback in the world, Smith spent much of his international career in competition with Israel Dagg for the No.15 jersey.
Conrad Smith - Centre
Part of the 'old firm' midfield combination with Ma'a Nonu, Conrad Smith offers invaluable experience, nous and calmness to the side.
Codie Taylor - Hooker
The 24-year-old Taylor is, like Coles, one of the new breed of hookers, with surprising speed and ball handling abilities for a front-rower.
Sonny Bill Williams - Second Five Eighths
The All Blacks coaching staff will be wanting to see Sonny Bill Williams stamp his mark on matches. They know what the 30-year-old is capable of but he hasn't really delivered this season during the Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup.
Tony Woodcock - Prop
Tony Woodcock is one of the veterans of this All Blacks team, and he's the most-capped prop in New Zealand history, having played 115 Tests.
Sam Whitelock - Lock
The 26-year-old will head to the World Cup as the All Blacks most senior lock with 66 caps to his name.
Victor Vito - Loose Forward
Vito hasn't managed to make himself a permanent part of the All Blacks in recent years with the coaches often asking him to work on various parts of his game.