Flags at the ready — Euro 2016 kicks off this Friday, and Huddersfield's pubs are ready to welcome England fans.
The tournament kicks off on Friday June 10 with the Group A game between France and Romania (8pm, ITV).
And on Saturday, June 11, watch out for Group B opponents Wales and Slovakia (5pm) and England and Russia at 8pm.
Northern Ireland's first game is against Poland in Group C on Sunday, June 12, from 5pm, and the Republic of Ireland take on Sweden in Group E on Monday, June 13, from 5pm.
Here's our guide to places to catch the big games.
The bunting and flags are already out at the Zetland Street bar where they are planning to screen most of the games on screens inside and outside the premises.
Joel Sanderson, assistant manager, says: "I think we will hit capacity on Saturday for the England game. If the students are still around, there might be a few in for the France games."
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This Wetherspoons bar on King Street has two large projectors for the big games and is running a charity event for the England matches. For £1, drinkers get a raffle ticket and a chance for a prime viewing slot on a comfy sofa and some drinks thrown in. All money raised goes to charity Clic Sargent, which supports children with cancer.
Laura Watts, duty manager, is expecting the atmosphere for England games to be "fantastic".
The Queensgate bar has two large screens and four televisions and is expecting a capacity crowd for England games. All Euro games are being screened.
Bar manager Brian Moulds said he expected England to win all three group games, or get two wins and a draw.
"We should get seven or nine points to take us through. We are in it to win it."
Extra TV screens have been brought in especially as the Westgate pub prepares for England's opening game on Saturday.
All games will be screened but the volume might be turned down for some matches.
Richard Denton, general manager, said there was a 55 inch screen outside and more screens inside.
"If England play well in the first game, it will be busy for the second one" he said.
"But if they play rubbish, people will think it's the 'same old England'."
And if you want to venture further afield...
Millennium Square, Leeds
Due to Leeds hosting the ITU World Triathlon series on June 11-12, coverage of Euro 2016 will not be broadcast on the big screen in Millennium Square until England play Wales on Thursday, June 16 (2pm kick-off).
The big screen will also show England v Slovakia on Monday, June 20 (8pm kick-off) and any subsequent games, should they progress.
For England games, a specially created family friendly viewing area will be available for supporters to watch the action. The viewing area will be open approximately one hour before kick-off and admission will be on a strictly first-come first-served basis. No alcohol will be permitted or served during the England games. Information should be available at whatson.leeds.gov.uk