Manchester United legends Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Phil and Gary Neville went back to their roots by challenging a group of builders to a kickabout while visiting the site of their new hotel.
The fivesome, who are part of United's successful graduates dubbed the 'Class of '92', are behind the creation of Hotel Football, which will be placed opposite United's Old Trafford stadium.
The 133-bedroom hotel, which will also house the Old Trafford Supporters Club, is due to open in the autumn of this year.
Neville said: "Ryan and I are looking forward to another new challenge, working with our former teammates again to create something special near to the stadium we all love."
Scholes added: "When Gary and Ryan mentioned the idea of Hotel Football and Old Trafford Supporters Club I was really keen to get involved. The hotel is our chance to create something special for the fans."
During a visit to the construction site, the group challenged builders on their lunch break to a five-a-side contest on the rooftop, which will eventually feature a pitch for guests.
Watch the 'Class of '92' take on the builders below: