The heroes of Everton's 1962/63 championship-winning side will be guests of honour at Goodison Park on Saturday when the Club marks the impending 50th anniversary of the triumph.
Alex 'The Golden Vision' Young, Billy Bingham, Tony Kay and Derek Temple will be among the members of Harry Catterick's squad to attend the game against Fulham - the side they defeated to confirm the Club's sixth league title win on 11 May 1963.
Tributes will also be paid at half-time to the late Catterick (1919-1985), as well as players Brian Labone (1940-2006), Brian Harris (1935-2008), Gordon West (1943-2012), Albert Dunlop (1932-1990), Alex Parker (1935-2010), Alex Scott (1937-2001), Dennis Stevens (1933-2012), Roy Vernon (1937-1993) and George Heslop (1940-2006).
In addition, hit songs from the 1960s will be played inside the stadium, while a special souvenir programme will be available in and around the ground (£3) or digitally via the Everton Publications App (£1.99).
And it's not too late for fans to join the celebrations and help pay tribute to one of Everton's greatest ever sides.
Tickets for Saturday's game - one which could yet prove vital in the race for Europe - are available to buy online here or by calling 0871 663 1878.
Alternatively, fans can visit the Park End Box Office at Goodison Park, Everton Two in Liverpool One or TicketQuarter in Queen Square.
Look out for more information about Saturday’s special souvenir programme on evertonfc.com in the coming days.