But what happened to the players from that classic clash from yesteryear which ended in a 2-0 victory for Terry Venables' Three Lions over Craig Brown's Tartan Army?
Here James Moore investigates, starting with England…
David Seaman, 57
Man of the match, he saved a penalty from Gary McAllister after spoon-bender Uri Geller claimed to have moved the ball. The Arsenal keeper won 75 caps for England and starred at two World Cups.
Since retiring the dad of four has starred on shows including Dancing on Ice, marrying skate partner Frankie Poultney, his third wife.
Gary Neville, 46
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Taking part in his debut international tournament, the right back won a string of titles with Man Utd, then became England assistant coach and Valencia gaffer. The dad of two is married to ex shop assistant Emma and is a top soccer TV pundit.
Tony Adams, 54
The Arsenal centre-back battled alcoholism and drug problems and after retiring and managed a string of clubs including Wycombe Wanderers. The dad of five, married to second wife Poppy, works with charities to help people facing addiction.
Stuart Pearce, 59
Nicknamed 'Psycho' the tough ex-Notts Forest defender was fiercely patriotic and went on to score crucial penalties in the tournament. He later managed clubs such as Man City, England U-21s and Great Britain's 2012 Olympic team.
Gareth Southgate, 50
Would miss a critical penalty in England's semi-final against Germany, but won 57 caps before managing Middlesbrough and then England, taking the Three Lions to the World Cup semi-final in 2018. The dad-of-two has been married to Alison for 23 years.
Paul Ince, 53
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The Man Utd midfielder was the first black player to become an England skipper, and after retiring managed a string of clubs including Blackburn. A dad of three, married to Claire, he's uncle to singer Rochelle Humes. Son Tom plays for Stoke.
Darren Anderton, 49
Narrowly missed putting England in the final. The ex-Spurs midfielder won 30 England caps and has since worked as a TV pundit. Nicknamed 'Sicknote' because of injury problems he now lives in the US.
Paul Gascoigne, 54
After tears at Italia 90, he left fans smiling with an individual wonder goal and an infamous 'dentist's chair' celebration.
The genius midfielder won 57 England caps but has battled alcoholism and mental health problems, blowing a £20million fortune.
He's managed Kettering and after recently starring on Italy's I'm A Celeb TV series, has said he's up for appearing on the ITV version. Got divorced from Sheryl in 1999.
Steve McManaman, 49
The Liverpool, Real Madrid and Man City midfielder, famous for his curly locks at the tournament married Victoria, invested in racehorses and became a TV pundit.
Teddy Sheringham, 55
A star striker for Spurs and Man Utd he played at two World Cups and lit up Euro 96 with goals in his 'SAS' partnership with Shearer.
The dad of three is married to Kristina, but previously dated Katie Price and Danielle Lloyd. He also starred on ITV's The Masked Singer.
Alan Shearer, 50
Now a top BBC pundit, England's talisman netted the other goal that day and became Euro 96's top scorer bagging five.
The Geordie-born striker also starred at the 1998 World Cup and briefly managed former club Newcastle Utd. The dad of three is married to Lainya and in April was announced as the first inductee in the Premier League Hall of Fame.
Andy Goram, 57
The Rangers legend won 43 caps and after retiring became a goalkeeping coach. Also an international cricketer, he's battled the bottle, a gambling addiction and had a rollercoaster love life which saw him marry and divorce three times.
Colin Calderwood, 56
After retiring the centre-back, who won 36 caps, managed sides including Hibs and Notts Forest and is now an assistant coach at Blackpool. He reckons Scotland can beat England on Friday.
Colin Hendry, 55
Famously beaten by that moment of Gazza magic, the ex-Blackburn Premiership-wining defender went on to skipper Scotland at the 1998 World Cup and later coached sides including Rovers.
His wife Denise, 42, died after complications from botched cosmetic surgery. The dad of four – whose son Callum is also a footballer – was declared bankrupt in 2010.
Tom Boyd, 55
The Motherwell and Celtic defender won 72 caps but scored an own goal at the 1998 World Cup. Since retiring he's continued to work with the Hoops as an ambassador.
Stewart McKimmie, 58
A former joiner, the Aberdeen defender was a 1990 World Cup veteran and would win 40 caps for his country. He's since worked as a pundit and set up a recruitment firm.
Tosh McKinlay, 56
The left-back played for clubs such as Hearts and Celtic starring at the 1998 World Cup too. Since retiring he has worked in Norway for a sports company, and for Celtic TV.
Stuart McCall, 57
The ex-Bradford midfielder, who also managed the club three times, won 40 caps for the Tartan Army and also managed Rangers. Married to Tracey.
Gary McAllister, 56
The balding skipper and midfielder was unlucky to miss a penalty in the game. He also captained Leeds Utd, who he later managed along with Coventry.
Now assistant manager to Steven Gerrard at Rangers, he's married to Hayley after first wife Denise tragically died from cancer in 2006.
John Collins, 53
The ex-Celtic midfielder went on to win 58 caps and scored at the 1998 World Cup. He's since managed clubs including Hibs and worked as a pundit.
Gordon Durie, 55
The former Chelsea and Rangers striker earned 43 caps for Scotland and became boss of East Fife after retiring but had to quit after a seizure.
Having also worked at Rangers, he was declared bankrupt in 2016.
John Spencer, 50
The former Chelsea forward ended his playing career in America, where he continued to manage US soccer teams after retiring as a player.
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