DESPITE England's exit from the 2018 Fifa World Cup, Plymouth City Council and Argyle have agreed to leave big screens inside Home Park until the competition has finished.
More than 2,000 England fans - the most we could legally allow - watched the Three Lions take on Croatia from our Lyndhurst stand on Wednesday night.
Although the result was a tough one to take, the event was a success, and all concerned have agreed to round the World Cup off with two more screenings.
The final, at 4pm on Sunday, will be contested by France and Croatia; France look to claim their second World Cup, 20 years after their first. Croatia, who have never been to a final, look to break their duck.
Before that game, England meet Belgium again in the third place play-off, at 3pm on Saturday. While third place deciders are not such stuff as dreams are made on, it gives us one final chance to raise our glasses to Gareth Southgate and his team that have done us proud.
Ticketing arrangements are identical to Wednesday, A limited amount will be on sale, sold from the Home Park Ticket Office in person; on the phone on 01752 907700; and on eticketing.co.uk/pafc.
Food and drink, including alcoholic beverages, will be on sale in the ground. No food or drink purchased outside the ground will allowed inside for consumption.