Former football teammates from Cranford Junior School plan to reunite later this month to mark the 50th anniversary of their triumph in the prestigious Hunn Cup.
Players from as far afield as France and Thailand will return to their former stomping ground in Woodfield Road to remember the day they trounced Chatsworth Juniors 5-0 in the final of the competition.
Cranford Juniors lifted the trophy, competed for by primary schools from across Heston & Isleworth, on April 29, 1959.
Richard Godbolt, who captained the winning side and organised the reunion with his old left winger Mike Power, said he still has fond memories of the big day.
"I was a right back and their left winger was a guy called Payne, who had a reputation as a fantastic player," said the 61-year-old former bank manager, who lives near Guildford.
"I remember tripping him up after a couple of minutes, obviously not deliberately, and he didn't play too well after that."
Richard and his former teammates, some of whom still live in the borough, plan to meet for lunch at the Queen's Head pub, in Cranford High Street, on April 26.
They will then head to Ashton Green on Rectory Road Estate to catch up with other ex-pupils from the class of '59 and on to their old school.
Richard, who plans to bring a ball along to see if they've still got the old touch, is keen for anyone who left school that year to get in touch via Friends Reunited or by calling him on 01483 285 284.
He also wants to know the whereabouts of the old trophy, which is no longer competed for.