On Saturday, the third and four World Cup quarter-finals take place in Russian Federation, as the competition reaches the latter stages. "Yeah, it's coming home".
As of Thursday afternoon, the song sits proudly at the top of the iTunes chart - with the 1998 version in at No. 13 - after a penalty shootout victory over Colombia in the last 16 of World Cup 2018 saw interest soar once more.
In terms of supporter numbers at this summer's tournament, the Swedes are unlikely to outnumber Three Lions' fans, unlike at England's previous matches against Colombia and Tunisia, when England supporters were outnumbered.
The former Liverpool player and Under-23 coach for the Reds is now managing Rangers in the Scottish Premier League and he spoke about England's chances following his Rangers' 6-0 friendly win against Bury on Friday.
Alternatively, Taylor Illingworth Brewing Company have created a unique "It's Coming Home" brew, made using England's finest hops. "Even if you thought England wouldn't get that far there are some football obsessed people out there who watch every game".
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The only worry will be that they conceded two goals but despite that France were dynamic and definitely looked and played the part moving the ball swiftly and getting 19-year-old Kylian Mbappe on the end of a number of passes which led to him scoring a brace. This may not be a popular opinion but England's sole World Cup success came with more than a little help from friendly officiating.
Table football, computer games, or betting on the match victor with prizes up for grabs, are just a few fun activities you can incorporate into a get-together to keep guests entertained and spirits up ahead of kick-off.
The Baddiel-Skinner-Brodie song "Three Lions" had just been penned as both a eulogy and call-to-arms for the England team. But in 1996 defeat to Germany on penalties in the Euro semi-finals felt, somehow, like fulfilling global destiny.
A redemption for England manager Gareth Southgate, 22 years in the making. Their lacklustre performance against Belgium - deliberate or otherwise - has given them a knockout draw that few others have had in recent history.
The round of 16 was bitter-sweet for lovers of the handsome game as two of the best players of their generations Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo were giving their marching orders perhaps for the last time as both Argentina and Portugal crashed out of the tournament in a thrilling fashion.