We've just witnessed one of the best season's of all-time, and while it's not over just yet, with the hugely anticipated FA Cup final this Saturday, followed by the EFL play-offs and Champions League final at the end of the month, this summer we're all going to really miss our beloved sport, aren't we?
England will of course be present at June's UEFA Nations League finals in Portugal, which will undoubtedly whip our expectant nation into a football-infused frenzy, then it's the turn of Phil Neville's Lionesses, as they travel to France for the Women's World Cup, looking to better 2015's third-place finish in Canada.
What you probably won't know, though, is that there is another World Cup taking place this summer, and it's in the UK. The 2019 Homeless World Cup will take place in Cardiff's iconic Bute Park, right in the heart of the Welsh capital, between July 27 - August 3.
Over 500 players, from over 60 different countries will make their way to Wales this summer, hoping to bring home the trophy in what is set to become one of the most inspiring Homeless World Cup tournaments to date. This summer's competition will be the 17th edition of the HWC, and feature 64 teams from around the globe. There will be six trophies up for grabs in total - four for the Men's/Mixed teams competing, and two for the Women's.
Award winning actor and Welsh national Michael Sheen led the bid for Cardiff to host this summer's tournament. Alongside the Homeless World Cup Foundation, the competition will be delivered by Cardiff City Council, Cardiff University, Cardiff City FC Foundation, FA Wales, Pobl Group, Office of Michael Sheen, Working Word, Green Man Festival, The Bevan Foundation, PYST and Street Football Wales.