|Time of Our Lives|
|Created by||Mark Pearman, Sky Sports|
|Presented by||Jeff Stelling|
|Theme music composer||Queen|
|Opening theme||These Are the Days of Our Lives|
|Executive producer||Mark Pearman|
|Original network||Sky Sports 1|
|Original release||5 January 2009|
Time of Our Lives is a television programme hosted by Jeff Stelling on Sky Sports. The format is a gathering of three players from a successful British football team from history talking over their memories of the team. Further programmes were presented by Gary Newbon when sportsmen and women were gathered from a collection of other great teams and sporting events.
|Liverpool F.C.||"The Shankly Years"||5 January 2009||Ian St. John – Ron Yeats – Chris Lawler|
|Tottenham Hotspur F.C.||"Super Spurs"||12 January 2009||Steve Perryman – Ossie Ardiles – Glenn Hoddle|
|Chelsea F.C.||"Kings of the Kings Road"||19 January 2009||Ron Harris – David Webb – Peter Bonetti|
|Celtic F.C.||"The Lisbon Lions"||26 January 2009||Billy McNeill – Bertie Auld – Bobby Lennox|
|Leeds United A.F.C.||"The Revie Years"||2 February 2009||Jack Charlton – Norman Hunter – Paul Reaney|
|Arsenal F.C.||"Cup Double Winners"||9 February 2009||Alan Smith – Paul Merson – Ray Parlour|
|Everton F.C.||"Everton's Champions"||16 February 2009||Joe Royle – Howard Kendall – Colin Harvey|
|Nottingham Forest F.C.||"The Forest Fire"||23 February 2009||Peter Shilton – Kenny Burns – Larry Lloyd|
|Aberdeen F.C.||"The Dandy Dons"||2 March 2009||Willie Miller – Alex McLeish – Mark McGhee|
|West Ham United F.C.||"Best of the Hammers"||9 March 2009||Frank McAvennie – Phil Parkes – Tony Gale|
|Manchester City F.C.||"Mercer's Maine Men"||16 March 2009||Francis Lee – Mike Summerbee – Tommy Booth|
|Ipswich Town F.C.||"The Super Blues"||23 March 2009||John Wark – Paul Cooper – Eric Gates|
|Rangers F.C.||"The Kings of Ibrox"||30 March 2009||John Greig – Derek Johnstone – Sandy Jardine|
|Sunderland A.F.C.||"Heroes of 73"||6 April 2009||Jim Montgomery – Dennis Tueart – Dick Malone|
|Arsenal F. C.||"Double Winners"||13 April 2009||Frank McLintock – George Graham – Bob Wilson|
|Aston Villa F.C.||"Villa Rule Europe"||20 April 2009||Allan Evans – Tony Morley – Gary Shaw|
|Queens Park Rangers F.C.||"The Super Hoops"||11 May 2009||Stan Bowles – Gerry Francis – Dave Thomas|
|Wimbledon F.C.||"The Crazy Gang"||18 May 2009||Dave Bassett – Alan Cork – Wally Downes|
|Newcastle United||"The Entertainers"||1 June 2009||David Ginola – John Beresford – Steve Howey|
|Manchester United F.C.||"Sir Matt Busby"||8 June 2009||Denis Law – Alex Stepney – David Sadler|
|Stoke City F. C.||"Stokes' Silver"||10 August 2009||Gordon Banks – Terry Conroy – Denis Smith|
|Derby County F.C.||"Champion Rams"||24 August 2009||Roy McFarland – Colin Todd – Alan Durban|
|Everton F. C.||"Goodison Greats"||14 September 2009||Andy Gray – Graeme Sharp – Kevin Sheedy|
|Burnley F.C.||"Burnley's Champions"||21 September 2009||Jimmy McIlroy – Alex Elder – John Connelly|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers F. C.||"Wolves in the 70s"||28 September 2009||Kenny Hibbitt – John Richards – Mike Bailey|
|Newcastle United F. C.||"Fairs Cup 1969"||12 October 2009||Bobby Moncur – Pop Robson – Frank Clark|
|Blackburn Rovers F. C.||"The Rovers Return"||19 October 2009||Tim Sherwood – Colin Hendry – Tim Flowers|
|Coventry City F.C.||"Super Sky Blues"||26 October 2009||Dave Bennett – Brian Kilcline – Keith Houchen|
|Luton Town||"Top Hatters"||16 November 2009||Ricky Hill – Brian Stein – Steve Foster|
|West Ham United F. C.||"The Academy"||23 November 2009||John Bond – Ken Brown – Ronnie Boyce|
|Leeds United A.F.C.||"91–92 Champions"||30 November 2009||Lee Chapman – Gary McAllister – Gordon Strachan|
|Manchester United F. C.||"United's Return"||7 December 2009||Lou Macari – Sammy McIlroy – Jimmy Greenhoff|
|Leicester City F. C.||"The Silver Foxes"||14 December 2009||Steve Walsh – Matt Elliott – Muzzy Izzet|
|Ipswich Town F.C.||"The Ramsey Years"||21 December 2009||Ray Crawford – Ted Phillips – Larry Carberry|
|West Bromwich Albion F. C.||"Albion Cup Kings"||Unknown||Graham Williams – Graham Lovett – John Kaye|
|Tottenham Hotspur F. C.||Unknown||Unknown||Terry Dyson – Cliff Jones – Bobby Smith|
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