This year marks a special anniversary for both the Football Association and the London Underground, and now the two have come together like never before to celebrate.
To celebrate 150 years of both, they've created a limited edition tube map, which swaps the 367 Tube, DLR and Overground station names for those of football greats.
A number of the past and present footballers appear at stations with special relevance. Leytonstone marks the place of David Beckham's birth, Arsenal is changed to the club's England midfielder Jack Wilshere and Upton Park becomes 1966 World Cup-winning captain and West Ham United great, Bobby Moore.
Below are the stations with particular relevance to the given names:
Denmark Hill - Peter Schmeichel, Former Danish international
Highbury & Islington - Dennis Bergkamp, Arsenal legend
New Cross Gate - Tim Cahill, Former Millwall favourite
Norwood Junction - Attilio Lombardo, Former Crystal Palace favourite
Crystal Palace - Mile Jedinak, Current Palace star
Queen's Park - Pavel Srnicek - Former QPR favourite
Wembley Central - Eric Cantona, FA Cup Winner at Wembley
North Wembley - Nicolas Anelka, FA Cup Winner at Wembley (and scored twice for France v England)
Shepherd's Bush -Rodney Marsh, QPR legend
Lancaster Gate - Sir Bobby Charlton, England legend/Former FA Councillor
Totttenham Court Road - Jimmy Greaves, Tottenham legend
Liverpool Street - Ian Rush, Liverpool legend
Leytonstone - David Beckham (place of birth)
Newbury Park - Mick Channon
Fulham Broadway - John Terry, Chelsea legend
Putney Bridge - Tony Gale, Former Fulham favourite
Wimbledon - Andy Thorn, Former Wimbledon favourite
St. James's Park - Joe Harvey, Newcastle legend
West Ham - Billy Bonds, West Ham legend
Upton Park - Bobby Moore, West Ham legend
Watford - Graham Taylor, Former Watford manager
Wembley Park - Sir Alf Ramsey, World Cup-Winning manager at Wembley
Tooting Broadway - Alex Stepney, England goalkeeper started career at Tooting & Mitcham United
South Wimbledon - Dave Beasant, Wimbledon legend
Arsenal - Jack Wilshere, Current Arsenal star
Finsbury Park - Theo Walcott, Current Arsenal star
St. John's Wood - Ian St. John
Woolwich Arsenal - Eddie Hapgood, Arsenal Legend.
"Football and London Underground have always been closely linked - from the early days of the game, to jubilant fans travelling to and from Wembley on the Jubilee line and the hundreds of thousands that use the network to get to games every weekend today."
Players who have been capped more than 100 times for England including Rachel Yankey, Peter Shilton and Steven Gerrard, are marked with special icons, as are England players with more than 40 goals, including FA150 ambassador Michael Owen and Gary Lineker.
The map also singles out those who have won five or more FA Cups - such as Ashley Cole and pre-war players Jimmy Forrest and Charles Wollaston. It also includes symbols to show those who have been Knighted - Sir Geoff Hurst, Sir Trevor Brooking, Sir Walter Winterbottom and Sir Alf Ramsey - or are a Peer of the Realm, like Arthur Kinnaird.
"Creating this special version of such an iconic map is a fitting way for The FA and London Underground to mark its shared 150th anniversaries. With the map featuring so many greats from the history of the game, it is sure to generate huge debate amongst fans as well."
The map was collated by the Football Association's historian David Barber. Early drafts were shared with notable football writers and commentators, with the aim being to create a list that truly celebrates a century and a half of the nation's favourite game. The FA is this month marking its 150th birthday, with the game's oldest governing body formed on 26 October 1863 at the Freemasons' Tavern, near Holborn tube.