Sunderland are heading to Coventry this weekend to take on the Sky Blues, followed by a very impressive 5000 fans.
Deep in the neighbourhood of Palermo, just a short(ish) bus journey from his family home in Lanus, one of the more significant moments in footballing history went down.
Life as a Sunderland fan has been a rollercoaster in recent years, with the last couple being particularly disappointing. But who can forget 2013/14, the season when Sunderland ‘dared to dream’?
It's official - we're in to miracle season - the average start for each of Sunderland's last five great escapes has been the 12th April with 6.5 games to go. Is this one too big an ask, or is there a chance we're about to embark on another last-gasp bid for safety?
Three goals in the space of a few minutes - it's not something that Sunderland fans get to experience very often! We've been trawling the archives and we've come up with a few times it's happened before.
Ahead of tomorrow's FA Cup Third Round clash with Burnley, we take a look at some Third Round memories from seasons past.
As Sunderland's opening-day clash against Manchester City draws closer, we take a look back at some classic Sunderland curtain-raisers.
In the midst of the relegation battle, Chelsea's visit on Saturday promises to be a memorable one -
Leicester City are champions of England. Well done to them, although I'm not sure how many people want to see Mr Lineker down to his pants. We look back at a time when Sunderland could have done the same.
No Premier League games this Easter-‘International Friendly’-weekend and just a smattering of football league matches has us pondering those long put off DIY jobs or, should we blessed with a dry day, a venture into the garden. If you're hankering for a slice of Sunderland in the mean time we relive some Easter highlights from our colourful history and ponder what lessons we should have learned.