The track was originally released in 1996 (when England hosted that year's European Championships) and features comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner.
In addition to climbing up the UK's pop charts, "Three Lions" has been turned into a viral meme on Twitter, as Deadspin points out. Fans have swapped out the sound from iconic film and pop culture scenes and replaced it with the cheesy bombast of the UK football anthem.
From parodies of The Matrix, Shrek and The Office to rewrites of the royal wedding and Michael Jackson videos, see some of the most hilarious results below.
What if I told you it's coming home? pic.twitter.com/sUjxFLkGJo— Puppy (@puppyvybes) July 3, 2018
For all those interested in the England v Croatia game on Wednesday, this is a fun take by the Facebook page "It's Coming Home" pic.twitter.com/vfBwafztVp— Sheku Kanneh-Mason (@ShekuKM) July 9, 2018
By order of The Peaky Blinders it's coming home! pic.twitter.com/82hF21zbT5— Yasin (@Yasiinali_) July 10, 2018
As you probably already know if you're reading this, England face off against Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals tomorrow (July 11) at 2 p.m. EDT.