Controversial series where the ultimate teams across clubs, nations and eras are selected. See who our panel of experts select and who they leave out in this contentious documentary series.
The English Premier League has produced viable options for an excellent Dream Team. And AFC Ajax has one of the greatest teams led by Johan Cruyff.
There are World Cup heroes galore for Germany, and how many of the 2010s trophy-gluttons can break into the Paris Saint-Germain’s greatest XI?
The golden age of the game could create one of the greatest 1960’s Dream Teams. France’s best from across all era’s could displace World Cup heroes for their own Dream Team.
Benfica has its strong representation, the USA has its pioneers and modern stars, but those that never got to showcase their talents in the World Cup could form one of the best Dream Teams.
Legends of past and present could fill Barcelona’s Dream Team. And who could make the ultimate lineup from Carlo Ancelotti’s finest?
The Juventus Dream Team is so strong, it can only be matched by the potential of a team formulated from the greatest players from the 1970’s.
Who of the best Argentinian players could form their own? And Bayern Munich is set to produce powerhouse players for their own potential Dream Team.
The all-time greats and World Cup winners of both Brazil’s team and Pep Guardiola’s modern marvels could form their own grand Dream Teams.
Manchester United can produce many potential candidates for their Greatest XI. Meanwhile, who out of all the managers could form their own team?
Who is in Real Madrid’s greatest ever XI? And how many of England’s World Cup winning team of 1966 make it into their ultimate team of champions?