Pubs can get another taste of the glorious summer tonight when England take on Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.
The match, which is live on Sky Sports at 7.45pm, is a repeat of this year's World Cup semi-final. Fans will not need reminding that Croatia ran out 2-1 winners, after extra-time.
The new tournament kicked-off in September and brought almost one million people to the pub for England's opener against Spain. England will play Spain again on Monday (Oct 15).
Paul Eastwood, general manager of Stonegate's multiple award-winning London pub, The Famous Three Kings, said: "We were definitely busier than a normal England friendly game. Hopefully a chance to avenge World Cup heartache against Croatia will draw a good crowd in for the next game.
"The tournament is definitely a step in the right direction and I believe it will start to increase footfall into pubs. All we need are a few cracking games and a tense and exciting end to the tournament and then intrigue should carry on growing. Fingers crossed and let's wait and see."
David Rey, managing director of Sky Business said: "The country is still behind Southgate's team and it's a great chance for football fans to head to the pub and reunite with friends to see if England can brush off their world cup demons against Croatia and avenge the result against Spain."