Well folks, we're 62 games deep into this sensational tournament, and there are just two matches left to play (both of which you can watch live on ITV). Remind yourselves of the story of the 2014 World Cup so far, with this stirring montage:
Can Germany become the first European side to win the trophy in South America? Or will Argentina add insult to injury and be crowned world champions in the home of their great rivals Brazil? We look at the key factors which could decide the outcome of Sunday's final.
David Beckham is thrilled to see Lionel Messi feature in the World Cup final and is backing the Argentina star to lead his team to victory.
Argentina's players are summoning inspiration from their heroes of the past as they prepare for their country's most important match for a generation.
It's the one we've all been waiting for: the World Cup final. Argentina will face the goal hungry Germans in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday night live on ITV.
Argentina meet Germany in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday evening with the final destination of the World Cup trophy at stake.
Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at some of the key battles expected in the Maracana.
It was another record-breaking performance from Spain at the World Cup - but not the kind they would have wanted or one anybody would have predicted.