Move over Twitter, rest in peace Vine, there's a new king of the social media world.
In 2020, anybody who is anybody is on TikTok - the video-sharing app known for its collaborative videos, dance crazes and non-stop supply of memes.
Wherever a social media craze goes, footballers soon follow, and TikTok is no different.
Plenty have shown their creative side, particularly during lockdown in recent months.
Check out the list below for the best TikToks football has to offer - and make sure to follow Goal (@goalglobal) first of all!
Which football players are on TikTok?
- Alphonso Davies (@alphonsodavies) - Without doubt the king of 'Football TikTok', the Bayern Munich and Canada left-back doesn't hold back with his infectious sense of humour, turning out hit after hit and still finding time to emerge as one of the world's best young players.
- Robert Lewandowski (@_rl9) - Davies' Bayern team-mate Lewandowski has already surpassed him for followers and likes, with his videos showing an unexpected playful side to one of Europe's deadliest strikers.
- Daniel Sturridge (@danielsturridge) - Sturridge joined TikTok early on in lockdown during the 'bored in the house' trend, and hasn't looked back since, jumping on trends and trying out plenty of filters.
- Vinicius Jr. (@viniciusjunior) - Real Madrid's starlet is one of the best examples of TikTok culture, amassing millions of views with short dance craze videos likely to leave anybody over 30 wondering just when they got so out of touch.
- Sergio Ramos (@sergioramos) - Prepare for a version of the Real Madrid captain you never expected, and perhaps never wanted to see.
- Cesc Fabregas (@cescfabregas4) - Fabregas was a prolific TikTokker while football was suspended, with his Eddie Murphy-esque 'good morning my neighbours' video one of his more memorable efforts.
- Joao Felix (@joaofelix79) - Another of the younger generation to get on board, Felix isn't the most regular uploader, but his videos do tend to be pretty creative.
- Mario Gotze (@mariogotze) - What was better: Gotze's World Cup final winner, or his #OhNaNa dance effort? You decide.
- Leon Bailey (@leonbaileyyy) - Like dance crazes and challenge videos? The Bayer Leverkusen winger is your man.
- Christian Pulisic (@christianmpulisic) - The greatest living dancer? That's not for us to say.
- James Rodriguez (@jamesdrodriguez) - The Real Madrid midfielder's account is worth a follow for his incredibly cute baby alone.
- Mason Greenwood (@masongreenwood) - Manchester United's next big thing is just getting started - on the pitch and in front of the camera.
- Ansu Fati (@ansufati) - Much like Greenwood, Fati is in the early stages of his TikTok career, but could be worth a follow.
- Rodrygo (@rodrygogoes) - Rodrygo might have already overtaken Madrid team-mate Vinicius on the pitch, and he's hot on his heels in the TikTok game too.
- David Luiz (davidluiz_23) - One of the Premier League's most entertaining characters, the Arsenal defender lives up to his billing.
- Renato Sanches (@renatosanches18) - Now playing with Lille, the Portugal midfielder seems to be keeping himself entertained.
- Layvin Kurzawa (@layvinkurzawaoff) - One of the PSG left-back's videos, with him taking on the role of a baby playing with a football, is genuine nightmare fuel. Proceed with caution.
- Thomas Partey (@thomasteyepartey) - The Atletico Madrid midfielder's content is incredibly wholesome, and is only going to make the likes of Arsenal want him more.
- Jerome Boateng (@jeromeboateng) - Lots of workout and training videos, and another feature from Alphonso Davies, doing his best Whitney Houston impression.
- Hector Herrera (@hherrera16) - The Mexico veteran is just lucky his wife saw the funny side of the video below.