Presented by Jeff Stelling, the show offers a series of considered, nostalgic discussions featuring true legends of the game.
Jeff will reminisce with guests, telling stories that have made football history.
Famous names from the past will talk about their clubs, characters they played alongside, the most memorable matches and their particular rivalries - experiences that illuminated their careers.
The next show in the series catches up with the Nottingham Forest team that achieved extraordinary things under Brian Clough in the late 1970s.
Clough transformed a mid- table Second Division side into European Cup winners within five years and Jeff will be joined by Larry Lloyd, Kenny Burns and Peter Shilton to look back on the club's golden age.
Catch the show at 10.00pm on Monday, February 23 on Sky Sports 1. Full details of the remaining shows are as follows, with more confirmed shortly:
THE FOREST FIRE10.00pm, Monday, February 23, Sky Sports 1Guests: Larry Lloyd, Kenny Burns and Peter ShiltonBack in the late 1970's Brian Clough and Peter Taylor took unfashionable Nottingham Forest to the league title and then not one, but two European Cups. His defensive linchpins look back on a truly golden era by the Trent.
THE DANDY DONS10.00pm, Monday, March 2, Sky Sports 1Guests: Alex McLeish, Willie Miller, Eric BlackBack Before leading Manchester United to multiple trophy-winning glories, Sir Alex Ferguson sparked a remarkable revolution at Pittodrie. Aberdeen hadn't won the league for fifteen years, until Fergie's Don's won the first of three titles under his reign in 1979, while European glory was also round the corner.
BEST OF THE HAMMERS10.00pm, Monday, March 9, Sky Sports 1Guests: Frank McAvennie, Phil Parkes and Tony GaleWest Ham were title contenders during the 1985-86 season, eventually finishing third, four points behind Champions Liverpool with Frank McAvennnie scoring 26 goals.
MERCER'S MAINE MEN10.00pm, Monday, March 16, Sky Sports 1Guests: Francis Lee, Mike Summerbee and Tommy BoothThree Man City legends look back fondly on the swinging 60's when Mercer and Malcolm Allison had the light blue half of Manchester rocking and rolling towards the league title and FA Cup.
THE SUPER BLUES10.00pm, Monday, March 23, Sky Sports 1Guests: John Wark, Eric Gates and Paul CooperPenalty-saving keeper Cooper, goalscoring midfielder Wark and livewire striker Gates look back at the early 80's when Bobby Robson revolutionised a previously quiet corner of East Anglia.