Fans of Hull City and Sheffield United have come together in a bid to bury the hatchet and forget about their long-standing differences by organising a 'Tea Party' before, after and possibly during their FA Cup 5th round replay at the KC Stadium on Thursday.
The Tigers and Blades fans have harboured their respective grudges for as long as anyone can remember, but many now feel that it is time to sweep the hard feelings under the rug, and to make a fresh start.
The idea has been applauded by officers of Humberside Police, who have, in the past, struggled to keep the two sets of supporters apart, so determined were they to inflict harm upon one another.
Tomorrow, though, heralds a new start.
The match, which kicks off at 8pm, will be preceded by speeches from representatives of both sides, followed by beer-swilling and a good old-fashioned free-for-all. Songs of mutual respect will be sung with gusto.
Afterwards, party games are expected to be played, including 'Pass The Beer Bottle', 'Pin The Brick On The Donkey', 'Musical Seats' and, if time permits, Bingo might also be possible.