Sunday 7th October is a date to keep in your diary as it is the first time that Barcelona and Real Madrid go head-to-head in La Liga, and already at this early stage in the season, it could be a hugely significant encounter.
This one comes from the Nou Camp and you can guarantee an electric atmosphere.
The El Clasico fixture is the highlight of Spanish football, although at times over the last few years it has grabbed the headlines for all the wrong reasons with controversy, sending offs and fairly ugly scenes dominating the headlines.
However, if the two-legged Super Cup tie earlier in the campaign is anything to go by, then we are in for a treat next month.
This game also sees Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in action for either side, which in itself is a fantastic watch as many tip them as the two best in the world right now.
The two players dominated the scoring charts last campaign, with Messi eventually taking the Golden Boot. But, it was Ronaldo who had the last laugh as his goals led Real to the La Liga title.
El Clasico does usually have a massive say on where the title will be heading as well and with Jose Mourinho’s already having a big gap to make up on their rivals at the top of the table, it could be an encounter that they must win.
It was the club from the Bernabeu that took the spoils the last time these two met in La Liga, with a winning goal from that man Ronaldo giving them a 2-1 victory at the Nou Camp.
Tito Vilanova is now the man in charge of Barcelona and his main aim this season is to regain the Spanish title at the first time of asking. At the moment, his men look in fantastic shape to do just that.
It is not just Ronaldo and Messi that hold the key to this match though, how can it be with so many superb footballers on show?
The likes of Andres Iniesta, Xavi and David Villa will all have a big part to play for the home side, whereas Real will be turning towards players such as Gonzalo Higuain, Mesut Ozil and Xabi Alonso to help them take all three points.
This is arguably the most watched football match not just in Spain, but across the globe. There is so much to look forward to in this fixture - great football, fierce rivalry, deafening atmosphere and all round entertainment are all but guaranteed.
With just over a week until it takes place, both sides will look to come into this encounter at the Nou Camp full of confidence and in the best possible shape to take the victory.