Today marks the 17th anniversary of the death of Blackpool's greatest ever player, Sir Stanley Matthews.
The former Blackpool and England winger, widely regarded as one of the all-time greats of the British game, died at the age of 85 on February 23, 2000.
During a remarkable 33-year career he won 54 England caps - and played in another 30 wartime internationals.
Matthews, the first knight of English football, also remains the only man to have played in the old First Division as a 50-year-old.
But he will be forever be known for his role in Blackpool's 4-3 FA Cup final triumph against Bolton Wanderers in 1953, which was later renamed the "Matthews Final".
He ended his career having played for Blackpool 379 times.