A fabulous 12 months is set to be marked at the BBC Sports Review of the Year show on Sunday.
Stars from a year that saw drama at Euro 2004, the Olympics and Ryder Cup will be invited to the glitzy programme broadcast from London's BBC TV Centre.
The event will showcase highlights of the year, while an array of awards will be handed out.
Viewers will be invited to vote on the night for both the Sports Personality and Team of the Year awards.
The show takes place from 2000-2215 GMT, with the team prize the focus in the first half.
Viewers will be given the second half of the show to choose their favourite for the main award from a shortlist of five.
Before the finale, presenters Sue Barker, Gary Lineker and Steve Rider will reveal the winners for the other awards, chosen by a special panel, including:
- Overseas Personality of the Year
- Coach of the Year
- Young Personality of the Year
- Helen Rollason Award
(For courage in the face of adversity)
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Unsung Hero Award
The Unsung Hero trophy, awarded for the first time in 2004 to local football volunteer Nobby Woodcock, will be given to someone who has donated their free time to make an impact on sport in the community.
Voting on the night for Sports Personality of the Year and Team of the Year can be made by phone, text, or, for digital viewers, through pressing the red button on the handset.