A pub has been opened in Liverpool named after Everton's young star Wayne Rooney.
Rooney cannot buy a pint until he turns 18 in October
Rooney's Bar is five minute's walk from Goodison Park where the 17-year-old plays his football.
Rooney, from Croxteth, Liverpool, burst onto the Premiership scene in 2002.
He became the youngest player to play for England when he came on as a substitute against Australia last month.
But he will not be able to buy a pint in a bar until he celebrates his 18th birthday in October.
Licensee Ken Speed said it was an honour to name the pub after the teenager.
He said: "Wayne Rooney is an amazing talent and we wanted to pay tribute to that.
"He's got to be the most famous 17-year-old in Merseyside so he won't be getting served with alcohol anywhere, let alone here.
"But it would be great if he wanted to come in here for a pint on his 18th birthday."