Budget supermarket chain Aldi has revealed it will close all of its stores in England early on Sunday if the Three Lions make it to the World Cup final.
Like most of the country's population, it seems Aldi's bosses are convinced that 'football's coming home' this year.
The England team will take on Croatia in the semi final of the tournament in Moscow tomorrow night (July 11).
It's the first time in nearly 30 years that they have made it to the last four.
If they win, they will face either Belgium or France (who play Tuesday) in the final at the weekend.
The match kicks off at 4pm at the Luzhniki Stadium in the Russian capital.
Aldi – which has stores on Bumpers Lane and Tarvin Road in Chester – is usually open until 4pm on Sundays, however should The Three Lions make it through the semis, it will be closing an hour early so that staff can get home to watch the football, the Manchester Evening News reports.
The supermarket posted on Facebook: “We’re pretty sure it’s coming home right?
“Well, if England reach the World Cup Final - sorry, when England reach the World Cup Final – we’re gonna close all our stores in England early at 3pm on Sunday 15th July.
“We want our colleagues to be the 12th man cheering on the lads. #BringItHome.”