There could be a surge in children named after football players if the English team manage to win the World Cup, according to a new study.
Family history website Ancestry.co.uk found twice as many children could be named after Wayne Rooney or Stephen Gerrard.
It comes after a rise in popularity for the name Robert after England last won the World Cup in 1966.
There were an extra 8,500 Roberts born in 1966 - many named after Sir Bobby Charlton - and many more Alans and Rogers.
Ancestry.co.uk marketing manager Russell James said: "England's Lions really can make a name for themselves this summer."