For many football fans around the world, El Clasico is perhaps one of the best football matches to take place each and every season.
Indeed, the rivalry between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid is one of the best in the world and one that will attract football lovers, regardless of whether they enjoy Spanish football or not.
The fierce derbies between the two Spanish behemoths have been some of the best to bet on, as well, with a number of Max Free Bets having been used in the past and likely to be used for future fixtures.
A number of world-class footballers have all taken part in various El Clasicos in the past, although many of them have not always been on the same pitch at the same time as both sides have always had super-stacked squads.
However, that could all be about to be changed as Barca have since confirmed that their team of icons will take part in their first match for over a year when they play against their Spanish football rivals in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Although the pace and the intensity of the game will not be there, although it would be hard to completely rule it out given the history between the two sides, there is still an immense amount of quality that will be on the pitch for Blaugrana.
Legendary players such as Ronaldinho, Rivaldo, Deco, Gaizka Mendieta, Javier Saviola and Ronald de Boer are just some of the players who will represent the financially besieged club at the Bloomfield Stadium in July; a venue that has the potential to host 29,400 fans.
The Catalans will be guided by Albert Ferrer – who Chelsea fans may also remember – as the right-back spent over 10 years with FC Barcelona and won 15 pieces of silverware during his time.
Although there has yet to be any confirmation from Real Madrid in regards to the squad that they will provide, there will likely be a host of household names to represent them when they take to the pitch in Israel.
Speculation has already started to mount, with the Times of Israel claiming that legendary left-back Roberto Carlos will be part of the Los Blancos squad, along with a man who played for both clubs, Luis Figo.
Of course, Figo is one man that will have angered Barcelona fans in 2000 when he made the move from the Nou Camp to the Santiago Bernabeu after Real Madrid spent €62 million to acquire him.