Robbie Fowler will captain the Liverpool side
Liverpool fans of all ages will be in for a treat on Saturday when a 23-man squad of legends take on some Real Madrid's greatest ever players.
Steven Gerrard will be rolling back the clocks by linking up with the likes of Michael Owen and Luis Garcia.
And Roberto Carlos will by in action alongside former Galacticos Luis Figo and Emilio Butrageno.
Here is everything you need to know…
Emilio Butrageno is set to take to the field for Real Madrid
Steven Gerrard will also be returning to AnfieldWhen does the game kick-off?
The game is scheduled to get underway at 3pm today.
Pre-match commentary will begin at 2pm.
Liverpool legends lost 4-2 against Real Madrid in 2015 at the BernabeuHow can I watch the match?
Fans from around the world (excluding Spain) can watch the whole game FREE of charge on LFCTV (Sky channel 429 or 544 on Virgin).
The game will also be broadcast live on Liverpool's Facebook channel.
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Liverpool legends train ahead of their charity match against Real Madrid
Who is playing?
The full Real Madrid squad is yet to be announced yet but Roberto Carlos, Luis Figo and Butrageno are all expected to be involved for the Spanish giants.
Zinedine Zidane, Michel Salgado, Claude Makelele and Clarence Seedorf were among those who took part for Real Madrid in the last match against Liverpool in 2015.
Liverpool have confirmed their 23-man squad for the match at Anfield and as well as the likes of Gerrard, Owen and Garcia, fans can expect to see a whole host of former Anfield stars.
Liverpool's squad in full:
Ian Rush, Robbie Fowler, Jerzy Dudek, Sander Westerverld, Stephane Henchoz, Alan Kennedy, Bjorn Tore Kvarme, Jason McAteer, Daniel Agger, Phil Babb, John Arne Riise, Steve McManaman, John Aldridge, Steven Gerrard, Luis Garcia, Michael Owen, Vladimir Smicer, Salif Diao, Patrik Berger, Dietmar Hamann, Gary McAllister, Jamie Carragher, David Thompson
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) 23 March 2017
Why are they playing?
The special event is set to raise funds for the club's official charity the Liverpool FC Foundation.
The match will act as a return leg for the charity game held in 2015 in which Real Madrid won 4-2 at the Bernabeu.