Next Tuesday - April 24th - it will be 30 years since the greatest day in Luton Town Football Club's history, when the Hatters beat Arsenal 3-2 at Wembley to win the League Cup.
Last night, Wembley heroes Brian Stein and Kingsley Black were among the guests invited to a private viewing of the Littlewoods Cup 30th Anniversary exhibition at Wardown House Museum.
Striker Stein, who scored twice, and winger Black gave their recollections of that glorious afternoon in the sun as iFollow Hatters commentator Simon Pitts posed the questions for an audience that included Luton Borough Council deputy leader Sian Timoney, Luton Mayor Cllr Mohammad Ayub, and representatives from Love Luton, Luton BID, Luton Town Supporters' Trust, Loyal Luton and Heritage Hatters.
Then everyone was invited inside the museum to see all the orginal memorabilia, news clippings and artefacts co-curated by club historian Roger Wash in partnership with Luton Culture's Museum Makers.
The event is completely FREE to attend and it remains open until Friday 4th May, with the museum open for visitors seven days a week from 10am-5pm. Don't miss it!