PICTURES: Can you spot yourself in these 2002 photos of England World Cup fans in Doncaster?

England fans celebrate in Walkabout in 2002.
England fans celebrate in Walkabout in 2002.

As the nation gets ready to cheer on England against Sweden in the World Cup tomorrow, we've stepped back in time to how Doncaster marked the World Cup in 2002.

Back then, the place to watch big games was Australian themed pub Walkabout - and these photos from 16 years ago show the riotous scenes that unfolded during Engalnd's participation in that year's tournament.

Back in 2002, football supporters had to contend with some weird and wonderful kick-off times as Japan and South Korea hosted the game's biggest showpiece competition, with many fans swapping cornflakes and coffee for pints of beer with many games kicking off at breakfast time.

It was the year that England saw off Argentina in the group stages - coupled with draws against Nigeria and Sweden - and progressing to the last 16 where they met Denmark.

A 3-0 win over Denmark set up a mouthwatering quarter final clash with Brazil - but that's where the dream ended, the Three Lions going out to a 2-1 defeat.

Of course, Walkabout is no longer with us, the Priory Walk pub closing down several years ago.

There was a party atmosphere in the pub.

There was a party atmosphere in the pub.

See if you can spot yourself in these pictures!

Were you among the fans celebrating back in 2002?

Were you among the fans celebrating back in 2002?

Walkabout was a sea of red and white.

Walkabout was a sea of red and white.

The bar was packed for England matches during the 2002 World Cup.

The bar was packed for England matches during the 2002 World Cup.

Fans watched the action unfold on a giant screen.

Fans watched the action unfold on a giant screen.