West Ham United are marking the Best of British at Saturday's home match with Aston Villa - and you can join in the celebrations in the Legends Lounge.
Coming just before St. George's Day on 23 April and the Royal Wedding on 29 April, the game also marks the start of the Easter holidays - meaning a great opportunity for a family day-out for young and old.
With stand tickets all but sold out, fans who miss out can take advantage of superb hospitality promotions marking all that is great about Britain. Anyone interested will have to move fast with limited availability, while there are is also some last-minute Executive Box opportunities at superb promotional prices.
Lounge guests will be able to enjoy a traditional British roast, a free bottle of ale and relive Hammers memories of yesteryear with special guests. There will be a street party atmosphere designed to get everyone in the mood, with the aim of building on the fan feelgood factor.
Legends members can bring an additional guest for £75 per person, while non-members can come along for £150 per person.
Hammers midfielder Mark Noble said: "I am proud of being English and British. We have got that mentality," he said. "You are proud of your roots and proud of your country as West Ham fans are of their club. Of course on the day we will be focused on getting the result because that is what matters at the moment."
The occasion will also allow the club to once again celebrate one of the greatest Englishmen that ever lived. The visit of Villa has been designated the annual Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK awareness match, with the Hammers honouring their most famous son - who would have been 70 on 12 April