Want to watch your favourite World Cup match?

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - JULY 13: Andre Schuerrle of Germany holds up the World Cup trophy after the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final match between Germany and Argentina at Maracana on July 13, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Mike Hewitt - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Want to relive the moment Diego Maradona shimmies and turns his way through the England defence in 1986? Or go back in time to experience France's remarkable victory on home soil in 1998? How about heading back to the scene of Germany's epic 7-1 defeat of hosts Brazil in 2014?

FIFA are giving football fans across the world a chance to have their say and decide which classic FIFA World Cup™ matches they can watch on the official FIFA World Cup Facebook page. A public vote will commence every day where fans will be able to choose between two classic matches from each World Cup, starting with Spain 1982 all the way up to Brazil 2014.

The game with the most votes will be replayed in its entirety on the official World Cup Facebook page in the weeks leading up to Russia 2018 - alongside bonus content from that particular match - to allow fans to whet their appetite for the return of the global showpiece in June.

What are you waiting for? Join the 40 million fans who have already liked the official World Cup Facebook page and have your say.

The 18 games going head-to-head are as follows:

Spain 1982: West Germany-France versus Italy-Brazil* Mexico 1986: Belgium-Soviet Union versus England-Argentina* Italy 1990: Cameroon-Argentina* versus Cameroon-England USA 1994: Romania-Argentina versus Netherlands-Brazil* France 1998: France-Brazil* versus England-Argentina Korea/Japan 2002: Korea Republic-Italy versus USA-Mexico* Germany 2006: France-Italy* versus Croatia-Australia South Africa 2010: Uruguay-Ghana* versus England-Germany Brazil 2014: Brazil-Germany* versus USA-Portugal

* Denotes match which won the public vote

Keep your eyes peeled to our official World Cup Facebook page for more chances to have your say: on the greatest World Cup player, the greatest World Cup goal and the greatest World Cup team.