The ninth episode of Star Wars has hit cinemas overnight as the latest in the saga sends nearly everyone in the world into nerdy overdrive.
That means us too, but unfortunately, due to our boss' demands, we have to continue working before we get to sit down in the cinemas and watch Chewbacca and some of penguin fly the Millennium Falcon through the galaxy.
So to pass the time, we thought we'd compare those at Fulham with members of the Star Wars universe.
Let us know if you agree, or if you'd make any changes.
Shahid Khan - The Emperor
So a pretty obvious one this - in the original trilogy Palpatine is the Emperor and Sith lord Sidious who oversees the Galactic Empire that the heroes are trying to bring down.
As Mr Khan is the owner of Fulham, we'd thought we'd match him with the Emperor, just on a power basis type thing.
Tony Khan - Darth Vader
That brings us on to Tony Khan, Fulham's vice Chairman and Director of Football Operations.
We know that Vader does more of the dirty work for the Emperor in the films, and that's kind of what Tony does for Fulham, as he's in charge of the recruitment side of the club and more involved in the day-to-day things that go on at Motspur Park.
We see a lot of Vader in the films, as opposed to the Emperor, and the same can be said of Tony at Fulham - fans see more of him than we do of his father.
Slavisa Jokanovic - Boba Fett
I think the two go hand-in-hand really - Jokanovic, the head coach of Fulham, Boba Fett, one of the most feared bounty hunters in the galaxy.
Kevin McDonald - Obi-Wan Kenobi
McDonald, the cool head on the pitch and one of the leaders of the club, we think McDonald would be the perfect Obi-Wan for Fulham.
One of the older members of the side, McDonald is able to impart his wisdom to the younger members of the team, much like Obi-Wan was able to do to Luke in the trilogy.
Yeah okay, he gets killed by Vader and becomes one with the Force, but that could be a metaphor about how when McDonald eventually leaves, he'll always be remembered as a fan favourite at the Cottage... right?
Tom Cairney - Han Solo
Cairney, the poster boy for Fulham and the Millennium Falcon's pilot are a good match - both care about their looks but both are damn handy at what they do.
They also both have best friends that would go through anything for them... Han Solo has Chewbacca while Cairney has, well, read on...
Matt Smith - Chewbacca
Yes, okay, he's not at Fulham anymore but we'll let this one slide, right?
Cairney and Smith are the perfect Han Solo and Chewbacca , there's the blossoming bromance going on and they're both good friends.
I suppose you could say Smith was the pilot and Cairney the co-pilot on the pitch, but we'll swap it round here, mainly because Smith is a lot taller so fits with Chewbacca.
Ryan Sessegnon - Luke Skywalker
The young man who is just tapping into his abilities in order to become one of the best Jedis ever - sound familiar?
Sessegnon is definitely Fulham's Luke Skywalker, the 17-year-old is only just starting to realise his potential, and we all know what potential he has.
Luke is the original film's hero, who starts as a farm boy and becomes the Jedi that takes down the Empire after fulfilling his potential, and we think Sessegnon fills the role of the hero well for Fulham.
Oliver Norwood - Princess Leia
Like Leia, Norwood was brought to Fulham from Brighton on loan, and no one thought the two would match but he's slotted in perfectly into the club.
Leia, a Princess of Alderaan, was thrust into the Rebel Alliance and met Luke and Han through strange circumstances, but slotted right in, just like Norwood does in the Fulham midfield.
Tim Ream - R2-D2
The ever reliable Ream and the Rebellion's ever trusty droid, R2-D2, they're a perfect match!
Ream has really come into his own this season and has been, probably, one of the best players at the club, while R2-D2 has helped blow up ships from Episode One, right through to the Death Star in the Episode Six.
They both never really get the plaudits they deserve, but are an always ever present.
Huw Jennings - Yoda
A wise head on both, Yoda helped train Luke while Jennings helps nurture the latest crop of young stars coming through the Academy.
Stefan Johansen - Mace Windu
Wise but with a mean streak we don't see with other Jedi, Mace Windu and Johansen's personas on the pitch go together, with the Norwegian able to do both the beautiful side of the game and the dirty side to great effect.
Luca de la Torre - Rey
Like Rey in the newest trilogy, de la Torre is only just starting to tap into his abilities on the football pitch and is starting to find more and more game time as the weeks go on, with his potential beginning to show.