Baddiel and Skinner created Three Lions with The Lightning Seeds in 1996.
Multiple social media platforms are overflowing with memes, fan made videos, and tweets from England fans, cheering for their favorite team.
Though the song is more than 20 years old, United Kingdom soccer fans still use "It's coming home" as a rallying cry, echoing through stadiums and social media networks alike. ("It", in this case, meaning the FIFA World Cup trophy - though in what sense that trophy would be returning home isn't precisely clear.) "It's coming home" has emerged as the prevailing watchword and catchphrase of the World Cup '18 among the English.
But hey, you can still have some fun with misinformation, such as showing a bunch of English lads how to sing "Three Lions" in Irish.
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After reaching number one twice in that year, the song was re-released two years later for the 1998 World Cup in France and again was in the top spot for three weeks.
It's February 2001 and England have just appointed Sven-Goran Eriksson as their manager after yet another dismal performance at a major football championships.
Talk about spreading the England cheer on the other side of the pond! And you know why?
The idea that the girl group's saccharine hit record would be revived as a paean to the England manager would have seemed improbable before the tournament kicked off, but World Cup fever can have rather unusual symptoms.
Gary Lineker, who was a part of the 1990 squad and now working as a broadcaster, tweeted - it actually might bloody well come home, the real one!