A footballer, an actor, a rugby league player and cheerleaders... Soccer AM is going to be action packed.
Sky Sports will be required viewing over the next few days as we bring you Seattle and Denver's clash in Super Bowl XLVIII and Manchester City's top-of-the-table clash with Chelsea amongst other delights.
And Soccer AM will kick your weekend off in spectacular fashion with goals, goals, goals - and ex-Bayern Munich Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester City, MK Dons and Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamann.
Dietmar will chat about Monday's cracker at the Etihad Stadium and how some of his other former clubs are faring at the moment, while the onetime Stockport manager may also reveal how he is enjoying his new role as a pundit.
Our next guest, Dimitri Leonidas, may be familiar to some of you from his role as Josh Irvine in Grange Hill but, after starring in Sky 1 fantasy drama Sinbad a couple of years ago, will next be seen in comedy-drama movie The Monuments Men, which is released in February.
Leonidas will discuss working with the likes of Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, George Clooney, Bill Murray and John Goodman, while St Helens second-rower, Louis-McCarthy Scarsbrook, will chat about the imminent return of Super League and how his team might get on this season.
Plus, the Jacksonville Jaguar cheerleaders will perform for us, Southampton fans will be in the Luther Blissett Stand and Blackburn's young guns are the latest to test their skills in King of the Academy.
We also catch up with Groups 3 and 4 in in our Futsal Cup and go Inside Bradford with Bantams CEO Dave Baldwin and see what a typical day is like for him, while Wolves player Leigh Griffiths dishes the dirt on his Team Mates.
Watch Soccer AM, 10am, Saturday, Sky Sports 1 and Sky 1, or at 11am on Sky 1+1 (channel 172).