Gamers can soon get their hands on a new computer game, which allows its players to experience the boozy off-field antics of Premier League stars.
The gamers can lap up players champagne lifestyle and splash out on visits to strip clubs, casinos and plush bars.
The first game of its kind, 'Lords Of Football' will allow fans to control player's lives on and off the pitch, the Daily Star reported.
But their seedy activities will also affect their ability on the field in what has been dubbed as the "football lifestyle simulation."
Gamers can set training regimes and tactics, pick squads and motivate their team.
And at night they can control the social lives of the players, and splash their cash.
Early screenshots of the game show players mingling with girls and downing booze in packed bars and clubs.
"If you don't keep on top of a player's night-time endeavours, they have the potential to go off the rails," Sean Griffiths, from makers Geniaware, said.
"It's your job to manage the team, but also to manage their egos.
"Never before has a game captured everything about the lifestyle of top-flight football - from the highs of taking a team to the top of the league, to the lows of the tabloid headlines," he added.