It was a roaring success for Three Lions as Burton Mail readers revealed their favourite England World Cup song ahead of the national team's big kick-off in Russia.
The Burton Mail asked readers to name their favourite Three Lions anthem from down the years.
There have been a number of official tunes, commissioned and released on the approval of the Football Association (FA), while others have shot to popularity through sheer catchiness - or by just being plain barmy.
At the time of writing, the top choice - with 39 per cent of the vote - was Three Lions from the France 1998 tournament.
Written at the peak of the Brit-pop indie music phenomenon by band scouse band Lightning Seeds, Fantasy Football comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner starred on lead vocals.
It was originally released for the European Championships held in England in 1996, but was re-released two years later with updated lyrics.
It was then re-recorded again for the 2010 World Cup, with the comedy duo joined by former Take That star Robbie Williams - who sung at the Russia 2018 opening ceremony - and zany celeb Russell Brand.
Since 1990, no England song has really felt complete without a rap interlude - and that is because of John Barnes' incredible spoken-word performance in World in Motion, by New Order. This secured 30 per cent of the votes in second place.
Next, with 14 per cent, was Vindaloo, by Fat Les. It was not the official song for the 1998 World Cup, but still rose to popularity and remains a staple of any England football track-list.
The first approved song from the FA, Back Home, sung by the 1970 England squad - who were world champions at the time - and written by Bill Martin and Phil Coulter, received six per cent of the vote.
We're On The Ball by Ant and Dec, from 2002, and This Time (we'll get it right), from 1986, by the England squad received five and three per cent respectively.
Just two per cent came in for Dizzee Rascal and comedian James Corden's Shout (Shout for England song) from 2010, and a measly one per cent was afforded to another 1986 tune - We've Got the Whole World at our Feet.
Finishing bottom of the pops - without any votes were the similarly-titled World at Your Feet, from Embrace in 2006, and the Spice Girls' (How does it feel to be) On Top of the World, from 1998.
St George's Park boss: 'So exciting' to have worked with England squad
Holly Murdoch, managing director of St George's Park, the home of the England football teams, revealed her favourite World Cup song to be World in Motion.
She said: "I would love to see John Barnes perform his rap one day."
Mrs Murdoch was speaking just after Gareth Southgate and his men left the Tatenhill football complex to fly to Russia, having enjoyed four weeks of preparation and training at St George's Park.
England sides including youth teams, the women's side and the men's side featuring star names like Harry Kane and Dele Alli, train at St George's ahead of matches and competitions.
England have been drawn in a group with Tunisia, Panama and Belgium and will be hoping to progress to the later stages.
They will be dreaming of reaching their first World Cup final since 1966, when they triumphed 4-2 over West Germany after extra time.
Mrs Murdoch said although she finds it exciting to oversee the men's team during preparations for the most prestigious footballing competition, her team ensures the same quality attention is given to each side that trains there.
She said: "As a fan it's so exciting working with the men's team ahead of a World Cup. But all camps are exciting for my team, we put the same planning and effort into all of them.
"We deal with them in the exact same way. Obviously we have had more attention from the press, which does add pressure. My team wants to ensure everything goes smoothly. We need the team to be focused on the pitch, so we do everything around that."
Mrs Murdoch explained that planning for this tournament has been in the pipeline for more than two years and, alongside her team, she has held regular meetings to make sure facilities were ready.
The team slept at the on-site hotel throughout their four-week stay, leaving the site for friendlies against Nigeria and Costa Rice and to see their families.
They spent time on a dedicated pitch, in strength conditioning rooms and hydrotherapy pools during their stay.
Mrs Murdoch continued: "Everyday there are teams here. We make sure they have the best possible experience while here with us.
"We have a fantastic team working here on the ground. We've been extremely busy, media sessions and working through the bank holidays when usually we'd be able to give people some time off.
"I hope we do well, tournaments are always exciting. We gave them everything we could to prepare them."
St George's Park opened in October 2012 after more than 10 years of planning.
Staffordshire County Council, Philip Atkins described St George's Park as a "fantastic education facility and national attraction".
Mrs Murdoch said she enjoys hearing the facility praised but insisted it is about the hard work of the team.
She said: "Absolutely phenominal. It backs what we've achieved in six years, it makes me immensely proud. Obviously a lot of work went in before the centre opened and I can't take credit for that.
"The development teams success last summer, we're really starting to see the fruits of our labour.
"It is amazing to see, it's an amazing venue we're lucky to have as the home of English football. But at the end of the day, it's just brick and mortar. What makes it a success is the team involved. It's a great facility."
Ready to watch England take on the world? Here's everything you need to know:
England begin their campaign facing off against Tunisia on the evening of Monday, June 18.
Kick-off is at 7pm, after the fixture between the England's two other opponents from Group G, Belgium and Panama, which starts at 4pm.
Gareth Southgate's men will be playing at the Volgograd Arena, in the southwest Russian city of Volgograd.
The competition is being televised on both the BBC and ITV throughout the competition, however this match will be on BBC One, with coverage starting from 6.15pm.