On 5th April 2009, 42,000 Hatters descended on the (then) new Wembley Stadium to watch manager Mick Harford's Luton Town take on Scunthorpe United in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Almost ten years to-the-day later, you can relive the memorable occasion in the company of hundreds of other Hatters at the Dunstable Conference Centre, as we show the final once more on big screen.
The event will take place on the evening of Wednesday 3rd April, with doors opening at 6pm and the screening kicking-off at 7pm.
Simon "Statto" Pitts, and Club Historian Roger Wash will be present, sharing their memories of the day and hosting a Q&A session with big Mick and other players from the team on that day.
Food will be available, along with a licensed bar, making for a superb evening of entertainment.
Tickets cost just £5 each, with £1 from each ticket sold going to Hatters Heritage, and are on sale via the Luton Town ticket office.
As for the match - it was another Wembley classic. But if you want to know the score, you'll have to come to the event.
COME ON YOU HATTERS!