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1 September 2017, 15:14
Whether you're playing, coaching or spectating - there's nothing like a solid pre-game playlist to get you pumped for that big match.
So to really get that adrenaline going, we've compiled a list of the most energy-fuelling bangers you need to play in the run up to the event.
From Drizzy and Kendrick to Skepta and Dizzee, your favourite artists are on hand to serve up some serious fire and bring your pre-game warm-up to life!
Press play to get your party started.
A big one to start with! The intro to this song alone is enough to hype you up, but nothing beats that feeling when the beat kicks in.
You can always rely on some high-octane Kung Fu Kenny bars to get your blood pumping.
Hov comes through with this classic bulshy banger.
Dizzee and Calvin are quite literally here to get you hyped. Yes boys!
Looking for a last minute confidence boost before the big game? Just turn this up - loud.
Avelino, Skepta and Stormzy all on one track? Seriously, this goes IN.
The boy is here and he's going to make you feel invincible. (Just remember to be on your best behaviour on the pitch - ain't nobody got time for a red card.)
If you don't feel like an absolute boss after listening to this Eminem classic, listen again. And louder.
Move over, Mayweather - one play of this Migos anthem and you'll be ready to take on the champ.
"Last name 'Ever', first name 'Greatest" - Drizzy knows.
It's impossible not to get hyped to Skepta - press play on this and watch your squad lose it.
An all-time classic from one of Kanye's most well-loved albums. Feel the power!
Big Sean hasn't got time for time-wasters and neither should you. You're here to win, right?
Sure, the original is a banger, but listen to what happens when you throw Stormzy, Chip, Fuse and Wretch into the mix.
Legend status! OutKast never put a foot wrong, and this high energy hit will have you pressing repeat again and again.
What a tune! This motivational banger from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis will always go down well.
And finally, who better to finish off your pre-game than the Rap God himself?