THEY are too young to know the faces or the names.
But these budding soccer stars from Huddersfield got the chance to rub shoulders with real legends of the 70s game.
Four legendary players dropped in to show them footballing skills.
The youngsters enjoyed the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from the former Leeds United greats – Paul Reaney, Norman Hunter, Allan Clarke and Duncan McKenzie.
The group of 64 children, all from the Huddersfield area, spent the day being coached by the players, learning how to perfect their skills in dribbling, passing and shooting.
At the end of the day, held at Rawthorpe High School, four teams were picked to represent the town in a regional final.
The final takes place in Leeds on July 26 and will involve players from Huddersfield, Rotherham and Leeds.
The day was organised by the Kingsmill Pennines Region Bakery and the Variety Club Children’s Charity, which organises activities and days out for disadvantaged children.
Three of the players were England internationals while the fourth, McKenzie, was a star at several top clubs during his career.
Between them, the four players notched up more than 1,900 games for the Elland Road club, helping them to several trophies during the club’s glory years.