Before footballers earned millions, before they dated pop stars, and before they dared have long hair.
The year is 1966 and England stand a chance.
If you fancy reliving it all, if you've never seen it before, or if you want to introduce your innocent offspring to the delights of the England glory days then the place to be (however unlikely it sounds) is the Battersea Arts centre.
As of today BAC is putting on World Cup Final 1966, a play which tells the story "of real English heroes" and all for under fifteen pound a pop.
If past productions are anything to go by then this should be worth the money, and if nothing else at least you're guaranteed a happy ending.
The play runs until 5 January and you can book tickets on 020 7223 2223 or via the website.