JOHN Terry has played soccer at the new Wembley.
He passed the ball to John Terry, who dribbled round John Terry to get in a shot - which was saved by John Terry.
But there wasn't an England or Chelsea captain on view.
Instead, the starry-eyed soccer players, who lined up alongside former England and Newcastle legend Alan Shearer, were some of the UK's other John Terrys - including a machinist from the Huddersfield area.
John Terry, 31, from Clayton West, was invited to be involved in one of the first-ever events at the gleaming new national stadium.
And he joined his namesakes from across the country to help launch the FA Umbro Fives.
This is a five-a-side contest open to amateur teams from all over the country, which starts later this month.
The John Terry team included Huddersfield's own JT, who played in goal and confessed to Shearer that he's a Liverpool fan.
Sadly, the real John Terry (left) wasn't able to make the photocall.
He, of course, had an eventful weekend, helping Chelsea celebrate winning the Carling Cup with a thrilling victory over Arsenal in Cardiff, having earlier spent two hours in hospital having been kicked unconscious in a goalmouth incident.
Huddersfield's own JT can now boast he played at the new Wembley Stadium before his namesake and the rest of the England team.
Huddersfield's Terry said: "Today was one of the best days of my life. I really felt like an England player when I walked out on the pitch with an England legend".
The FA had scoured the country for John Terrys.
They put appeals on football websites and also wrote letters to many people across the UK.
Sir Trevor Brooking, the FA's director of football development, said: "It was a unique sight, seeing an England hero and a group of John Terrys on the pitch today.
"It illustrates the nationwide appeal of five-a-side football.
"And it gave the players the once-in-a-lifetime experience of playing at the new Wembley."