Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar is coming out of retirement at the age of 45 to play for a Dutch amateur team.
According to BBC Sport, Van der Sar is on a rescue mission for his first senior club VV Noordwijk. Who were left without cover when their keeper picked up an injury.
And the director of VV Noordwijk Peter Vink said the former Netherland keeper will only man the post for one game against Jodan Boys on Saturday.
"We are thrilled that Edwin wants to help."
"After deliberation he agreed to keep goal next Saturday against Jodan Boys."
He added: "We assume that it is basically only for one game."
Van der Sar spent five years at VV Noordwijk before joining Ajax.
He won four Dutch league titles and a Champions League title with the Amsterdam club.
He earned a record 130 caps for the Netherlands and collected four Premier League crowns and another Champions League title at United, before retiring in 2011.