MARK CHAMBERLAIN has been called up to play for England one final time as part of TV show Harry's Heroes.
The former Stoke City and Portsmouth star will feature alongside the likes of David Seaman and Paul Merson with Harry Redknapp as coach to take on arch-enemies Germany.
2 Mark Chamberlain will pull on the England shirt once again in Harry's Heroes, having narrowly missed out on becoming the first black player to score for the Three Lions
Who is Mark Chamberlain?
The former winger was born on November 19, 1961 in Stoke-on-Trent – making him 57 years old.
Chamberlain started his career at local side Port Vale before moving to crosstown rivals Stoke City.
He had further spells at Portsmouth, Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton & Hove Albion, before ending his career at Fareham Town as player-manager.
In 1982, Chamberlain made his England debut, but was unlucky to miss out on becmoing England's first black goalscorer.
Although for then-Stoke winger netted in his first game, Luther Blissett had already struck two of his three goals to claim the accolade.
But Chamberlain only went onto play seven more times for his country and never played in a major tournament.