In six days' time, Real Madrid will kick off their bid to win La Liga against Albert Ferrer's Cordoba side at the Bernabeu.
Before then though, they meet city rivals Atletico Madrid in the Spanish Supercopa. The first leg takes place on Tuesday evening at Madrid's 85,000-seat home, with the second leg on Friday at the Vicente Calderon.
Los Blancos have already had one chance to show off their superstar-filled squad, seeing off Sevilla in the European Super Cup in Cardiff last week.
And with a potential six trophies up for grabs this year, Carlo Ancelotti's squad is looking in better shape than it did 12 months ago. James Rodriguez, Toni Kroos and Keylor Navas have been signed, while as of now very few notable players have left.
The following slides take a look at how well off Madrid are at each position. Age, quality, depth and fitness are all considered when awarding a grade. It was also noted whether there were better players at those positions elsewhere in football, as Madrid pride themselves on having the very best.