They changed the lyrics to reflect the England squad as it was at the time, and the new version was just as popular. "And yet, as I sat in Frank Skinner's living room watching England play Sweden - the team confidence and spirit so clearly there, Harry Maguire's and Dele Alli's headers sealing the day, Jordan Pickford a god among men - I started to experience a odd new feeling". The chorus is a familiar burden of hope despite constant failure: "Thirty years of hurt / Never stopped me dreaming".
Football's coming home! There is no doubt about it, as these infectious movie and TV inspired Wold Cup mash-ups prove.
Do you think England can win the 2018 FIFA World Cup? Staying behind to savour England's triumphant penalty shootout, they belted out a stirring rendition of Please Don't Take Me Home - a chant also adopted by Wales fans during Euro 2016. Dorothy knows there's no place like home when it's coming home... Here's what "it's coming home" means and its origin. This has been an incredible #WorldCup run and we've enjoyed every minute.
One of the finest offerings to date features Ross, Chandler and Joey from "Friends" who, thanks to an assist from Marcel the monkey, slowly come to realise that it is, in fact, coming home.
Three Lions has been buzzing around the office all summer.
A file photo dated 18 June 1996 of former England midfielder Paul Gascoigne in action.
The Three Lions was originally released for the European Championships in 1996 when it topped the charts.
Safe to say that royal fans were delighted by the Duke of Cambridge's outburst of national pride, and his tweet has since been liked over 40,000 times with plenty of replies praising him for his words.
England have already made history during the World Cup, after beating Colombia during a penalty shootout.
Three months after England's first worldwide soccer title in over a half century, the youngest ones emulated the U20 feat and lifted the World Cup trophy in India on October 28 after defeating Spain 5-2 in the championship match.
Online streaming service Spotify reports that Three Lions was streamed almost half a million times on England's match against Colombia, and has gone through the roof following the team's Sweden win.
What are we to do with the losers' anthem if England - as seems more possible than at anytime since 1990's fourth place finish in Italy - actually go on to win?