Manchester United and England legend Sir Bobby Charlton's to make a surprise appearence for Fabio Capello's squad during the World Cup in South Africa.
The 72 year old striker and hero of England's last successful campaign, has been selected after a controversial vote at FA Headquarters.
"We used a form guide for the bulk of the squad, but then opened up the final place to a public vote using Proportional Representation." the FA's Head of Media and Excuses Darren Hanratty said.
"After the first round of voting, there was no clear winner with Sir Bobby running joint first with Gary Lineker and Mick Channon. It was only after the second votes were counted that we came out with Sir Bobby as the clear winner."
The last time Sir Bobby played football was in the back garden with his grandson, but he's sure he still has the skills to compete.
"The hips might be going and the vision's not what it used to be, but as long as I'm allowed to use my mobility scooter on the pitch, I'll be fine."