With Maidstone’s Alessia Russo creating headlines thanks to her goal-scoring heroics this week, England’s Lionesses are now one match away from making history.
Russo took centre stage in their 4-0 Women’s Euros semi-final success over Sweden as the 23-year-old scored a sensational backheel goal.
With England already 2-0 in front and, after Russo had seen an effort from close range saved by Sweden goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl, the Manchester United forward chased down the ball and produced a backheel which nutmegged the keeper for England’s third.
It was a goal from substitute Russo - her fourth of the tournament despite not actually starting in any of the matches so far - which attracted plenty of attention on social media and even managed to earn praise from former England striker Ian Wright.
Russo and co will now meet Germany in the final at Wembley on Sunday (5pm kick-off), with Beth Mead, Lucy Bronze and Fran Kirby also having been on target in the win for Sarina Wiegman’s side in their semi-final.
Here's our pick of where to see the final.
Dreamland’s outdoor Scenic Stage will be showing the game.
Ahead of what Dreamland are describing as “a historic final”, it says: “Bring your family and friends to enjoy a dreamy day with us, jam packed with seaside fun, before spreading out your blanket and settling down to enjoy the game on our Scenic Screen.
“Our street food traders will be serving up delicious dishes, sweet treats, snacks and drinks until 8.30pm so that’s Sunday supper sorted too.
“The best bit? It’s FREE and all ages are welcome.”
You can sign-up on the Dreamland website here to book your place.
Tonbridge Angels FC
It will be a busy day at Tonbridge Angels’ Longmead Stadium.
Manager Jay Saunders and his players will be on hand to meet the fans from 12pm-2pm at an open day, and supporters can also get a look at the club’s new 3G pitch which is being installed.
Free junior football coaching is from 2pm while there will be music and the bar and marquee will be open. Entry is free.
The day ends with the final on the big screen.
Folkestone Harbour Arm
The Harbour Screen, Goods Yard, will be showing the match.
It has also been confirmed the commentary will be on.
Prince of Wales Chatham
The Prince of Wales in Chatham, Railway Street, is another great place to enjoy the football.
Ashes Sports Bar, Maidstone
Based in the Market Buildings in Maidstone, where Russo was born, The Ashes pub and sports bar is another popular spot for watching major sporting events.
Indeed, it has also confirmed it will be showing the match.
The Goose, Gravesend
The Goose played host to crazy scenes in 2018.
After England men's team won their first World Cup penalty shoot-out against Colombia things went pretty wild, culminating in a cyclist crowd surfing through the street's of the north Kent town.
Will there be similar scenes this weekend? Who knows!
Whitstable Town FC
It’s a big weekend for Whitstable Town as well.
With the first-team starting their Southern Counties East Premier Division campaign against Fisher tomorrow, the Oystermen will be streaming the game live at The Belmont as work continues on their new 3G pitch which is being installed this summer.
The clubhouse will open from 4pm - an hour before kick-off.