Catalonia will play Venezuela in an international friendly on Monday, bringing Barcelona legends Xavi and Gerard Pique out of international retirement.
For current Barca star Pique, this will be his 10th appearance for Catalonia, while Xavi made his debut for the side in 1998 and has gone onto feature 12 times for them throughout the previous 21 years.
The 39-year-old, who is widely regarded as one of the best central midfielders of all time, officially retired from international football in 2014 but has been playing club football for Qatar outfit Al Sadd since leaving Barcelona in 2015.
Pique also retired from the international game last year after the 2018 World Cup, but is still a mainstay in Barcelona's defence as the Catalans look to do the treble this season by winning La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League.
Though Catalonia are not registered by FIFA or UEFA, they are still able to partake in friendly matches, with their last game coming in the form of a 3-3 draw against Tunisia in 2016 - they subsequently lost the tie on penalties.
Pique's former Barcelona team-mate - Marc Bartra - will also link up with the squad to face Venezuela, with Spain boss Luis Enrique overlooking the 14-cap international for the forthcoming European Qualifiers against Norway and Malta this weekend.
Sevilla's Aleix Vidal, Southampton's Oriol Romeu and Stoke City's Bojan Krkic have also been granted permission by their respective clubs to join the Catalonia squad - they're all expected to feature from the outset.