Looks like December 2 is a date for the diary of every Manchester United fan.
They are probably the most famous youth team of all time. The 1992 Youth Cup winners from Manchester United contained players who would go on to become club legends like David Beckham, Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville. And Nicky Butt.
Add in others like Paul Scholes and Phil Neville, who were also part of the same academy set up at the time, and the ‘Class of `92’ or ‘Fergie Fledglings’ have gone down in history as the basis for the success the club had over the subsequent two decades. Hell, Ryan Giggs is still playing for them.
Now, the story of that group of players is set to be told in a new documentary called, unsurprisingly, ‘The Class of `92’. Beckham and Phil Neville went on social media yesterday to announce it and give some details.
What we know is that the six players named above reunite to talk about their time at Old Trafford, especially the period from 1992 to the European Cup success of 1999.
The film will also feature Zinedine Zidane, Tony Blair (!) and Eric Cantona talking about that team and their legacy.
It is set to hit cinemas on December 2, and until a trailer is released all we have is the poster to show you.