Can you believe it's been seven years since Roy Hodgson's Fulham took to the Nordbank Arena to face Atletico Madrid in the Europa League final?
Those players have gone down in the club's history, despite losing 2-1 thanks to a Diego Forlan brace, and gave Fulham something to be proud of - a team that played their hearts out for the badge on the front of the shirt in a major European final.
We all remember what happened in that game - Forlan gave the Spanish side the lead in the 32nd minute before Simon Davies stuck Zoltan Gera's cross into the net to level it only five minutes later, sending the travelling Fulham support into raptures.
The game went to extra time and it proved just a bridge too far, and as the tie looked like it was going to penalties Forlan flicked on Sergio Aguero's cross to give the Spanish side the winner.
To commemorate the day, we've had a look at where the squad that played that game are today.
The goalkeeper played an important role in getting Fulham to the final and is revered as a legend at the club for his services.
He went on to play for Chelsea and Leicester City, where he won consecutive championships for different clubs, but didn't receive winner's medals because he didn't play enough games (although he received a replica winner's medal at Chelsea).
Currently, he's involved in an advisory role to an Australian Football Consortium looking to buy an English club.
The Northern Irishman started at right back in the final ahead of John Paintstil and he stayed at the Cottage until 2013 when he was released by the club.
He went on to play for Reading, Burnley, West Brom and Derby, with a loan spell back at Fulham throw in for good measure.
He's still playing at Derby and has recently had a clause activated in his contract for another season.
After spending six-and-a-half seasons at Fulham, Hughes had brief spells with QPR, Brighton, Melbourne City and Kerela Blasters.
The 37-year-old retured from international football in September 2011 but returned to the Northern Ireland fold in February 2012 and went on to feature in their Euro 2016 campaign where he became the first outfield Northern Irish player to win 100 caps.
He's currently at Hearts in Scotland after signing for them in January 2017 and has also put pen to paper on a new one-year deal.
A true legend at the Cottage - Hangeland signed for Fulham in 2007 to link up with his former Viking manager Hodgson and it was a match made in heaven.
His time at Fulham came to an unfortunate end when he was allegedly dismissed by the club via e-mail, while stating then boss Felix Magath told him to place a block of cheese on his thigh in order to make him fit again.
He joined Crystal Palace in 2014 and retired in 2016 and currently works for Norwegian broadcaster TV2 where he covers the Premier League.
Having played at the Cottage since 2007, Konchesky left for Liverpool in the summer of 2010 where he signed a four-year deal but unfortunately struggled to make an impact having been superb for Fulham.
After that, he joined Nottingham Forest on loan, before going to Leicester, QPR and Gillingham.
He signed for Billericay Town in February and has been involved in a rather weird video where his new side are signing R Kelly's 'World's Greatest' - something he didn't look too thrilled to be involved with.
Having signed from Newcastle in 2009, Duff went on to produce some fantastic footballing memories at the Cottage during his five year stay.
He went on to sign for Melbourne before heading back to Ireland to play for Shamrock Rovers, where he finished his playing career in December 2015.
He's currently head coach of Shamrock Rovers academy side.
He played for four years at Fulham after signing from Sunderland in 2008 before leaving for Blackburn in 2012 for an undisclosed fee.
He moved on to AIK in Sweden as a free agent in 2014 where he still plays to this day and is a role model to younger players, such as Alexander Isak.
The captain of the side who played the final in Hamburg, he went on to play for Blackburn after leaving the club in 2012.
He claimed reaching that final "would be one of the greatest achievements of our history" having already beaten Juventus and Wolfsburg on route.
He is now a regular pundit on Match of the Day as well as establishing a career as a radio pundit on Talksport while studying for his coaching badges.
The Welshman joined Fulham from Everton in 2007 it was Davies who scored the equaliser in Hamburg that night to give Fulham hope that they could actually pull off a win.
He suffered with injuries towards the end of his career at Fulham and was released at the end of the 2012-13 season.
Nowadays, he plays for boyhood Club Sova AFC in the Pembrokeshire League Division Two, where he pays £3 a game subs.
A real fan favourite, Gera played the entire final against Atletico but didn't manage to get himself on the scoresheet.
He left to return to West Brom in 2011 to rejoin Hodgson in the midlands but left when his contract expired in 2014.
Gera now plays for Hungarian side Ferencvaros in the Nemzeti Bajnoksag I division.
Having joined from West Ham for a £6.3m fee in 2008, Zamora went on to have a fine career at the Cottage.
He signed for west London rivals QPR in 2012 where he helped the club return to the Premier League by scoring the winner at Wembley in the play-off final in 2014.
He went on to play for Brighton but retired in December 2016 and he currently is involved in a social housing scheme with Rio Ferdinand and Mark Noble.
Dempsey became the first American to ever play in a major European final when he replaced Zamora in the 55th minute in Hamburg.
He left Fulham for Tottenham in 2012, before heading to Seattle Sounders with a loan spell back to Fulham lodged in the middle of his time in the States.
He still plays for Seattle and was recalled to the USA squad in March 2017.
The Norwegian made a sub appearance in the final, replacing Duff in the 84th minute of the tie.
He left Fulham for Viking in 2010 where he was made captain of the club he grew up at before leaving in 2012.
Afterwards, he worked as car salesman before starting to work for Randaberg IL in Norway with his friend who was head coach there, which he still does to this day.
Greening was brought on by Hodgson in the 118th minute of the final to replace the tiring Murphy, but went on to make his loan deal at Fulham permanent on July 2010.
After, he went on to play for Forest before being released in May 2014.
Greening holds both the UEFA 'B' and 'A' licences and he now plays for Tadcaster Albion in the Northern Counties East Football League Premier Division.