The 1990s is remembered as the decade that football came home in England as the sport rebuilt its tarnished reputation.
After reaching the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup only to crash out on penalties to West Germany in heartbreaking fashion, the Three Lions again made it to the last four on home soil at Euro 1996.
It would prove to be a familiar tale, though, as the Germans prevailed 6-5 on penalties at Wembley and went on to beat Czech Republic 2-1 after extra time in the final.
Stuart Pearce was one of five England players to successfully convert his penalty in the tense semi, redeeming himself for his missed spot kick against West Germany six years before.
To mark Pearce's 58th birthday, Sports Mole challenges you to name all 22 members of England's Euro 96 squad.