Indeed, the former England midfielder has picked a side that could rival most out of all the colleagues he has played alongside during a long career.
Interestingly, the former Spurs and Newcastle midfielder picked an Arsenal man as his no.1, with David Seaman going in goal.
Gascoigne's XI does contain plenty from the other side of north London, however, as quoted by Sky Sports, with Gary Mabbutt, Chris Waddle and Gary Lineker all featuring.
Waddle also turned out for the Magpies, with another Newcastle man in Alan Shearer alongside Lineker up front, Stuart Pearce in defence and Peter Beardsley in attacking midfield.
In true Gazza style, it looks like the former Tottenham and Newcastle man's team would be attacking and exciting in the extreme.
That front two, especially, would simply be the best in England history.
Do you think Gascoigne has hit the money with who he has chosen or are there a number of Spurs, Newcastle or other icons he should have included?