Real Madrid manage to get more players in than Liverpool.
The Polish goalkeeper enjoyed a 22-year playing career in total, famously winning the Champions League with Liverpool in their win over AC Milan in 2005.
He was also a regular on the international stage, making 60 appearances for his country between 1998 and 2013.
He played with a host of stars ain both Liverpool and Madrid, but it is the ten times Champions League winners who dominate his side.
Starting in goal he selects Real Madrid legend, Iker Casillas, the man who he played second fiddle to during his time in Spain.
He sits in front of a defence mostly Liverpool stars though, with Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyppia all making it in. Sergio Ramos is at right back in his Sky team.
In a midfield three, Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard is in alongside Xabi Alonso, while surprisingly Cristiano Ronaldo is asked to play a deeper role than he is accustomed to.
As he was at Liverpool, Gerrard is the captain of this team, with Dudek saying "he's a great inspiration in hard times."
Up front is a potent triumvirate, with Michael Owen and Raul sitting either side of Dutch legend Ruud Van Nistelrooy.