Are you going to the Carling Cup final?
If so, we would love you to get involved in our coverage.
BBC Sport's man in Cardiff is Owen Phillips and you can contribute to his discussion via our 606 website.
On the day of the game ONLY you can text BBC Sport on 81111 (UK users only) to let us know how your build-up is going. We would love to hear from you if you are going to the game - do tell us what the atmosphere is like on the trains, in your car or in the pubs around Cardiff city centre.
We will use the best texts in our Carling Cup build-up.
Owen will be in Cardiff city centre all day on Sunday so text 81111 and tell him which pub has the best atmosphere. He'll come down and savour it and maybe give you a mention on the BBC Sport website.
Also, if your mobile phone can shoot video why not film yourself and your friends or family getting ready to set off for the match, on the way to the ground, or outside the stadium before kick-off?
You will need to make sure you do not shoot video of the match itself, and ensure all participants in your piece consent to being filmed and you will also need to be aged 16 or older.
But other than that, it's easy - you don't even need to send your video to us. Just upload it to one of the video-sharing websites listed below and make sure you put the following 'tags' on your footage: "BBC", "CarlingCup" and "2007".
We should be able to find your film by searching for those words, and we will then highlight the best ones.
The following websites should all be free to use, and not limit the size of the file you upload, and allow you to put tags on your video:
Don't know what tags are? Tags are just relevant words that you attach to your video when you upload it to a video-sharing website. It allows people to find your film by searching for subjects they are interested in. In this case we will search for "BBC CarlingCup 2007".
You will need to comply with the terms and conditions of the video-sharing website you choose.
BBC Sport has chosen websites it believes to be free to use, have unlimited file storage, and allow tagging. But the BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.
You must be 16 or over and ensure that all participants in your piece consent to being filmed. You should therefore begin or end your video by saying "this is for BBC Sport".
Make sure you do not shoot video of the match itself because, due to the complicated issues governing the rights to broadcast sporting action, we would not be able to show or promote your footage.
Please also ensure your film is your own original work - if you include other people's work, including broadcast footage even if it is from the BBC, we may not be able to show or promote it.
Please do not undertake any hazardous activity or breach any law in making your film.
Your film is made at your own expense and the BBC shall not be liable to reimburse you for any expenses you incur in submitting it.
And keep it clean - please don't include any defamatory, obscene, unlawful or objectionable material.