We've had our own mini competitions running throughout the World Cup, and the best dressed area will be judged on Monday - so leave your decs up until then. And Pathology and Surgery are poised for the final showdown on Saturday as their teams France and Croatia play in the last match of the tournament.
They've had their teams since the draw, back at start of our CHFT World Cup campaign which has really taken off across the Trust. The displays of bunting, flags, mascots such as swedes (yep - ward 7 really went for it!) and other decorations have been tremendous.
Biomedical scientist John Hardy said: Good luck France, feel free to win it for Pathology now England are out. It's a shame for England, but I hope France do it.
Surgical PA Jacqui Howarth said on behalf of her divison "As a divison we are pleased that Croatia, who we were chosen to support, are through to the final, but we are gutted England are missing out on the glory they deserve."
Our executive director of workforce and organisational development Suzanne Dunkley said "It's been great to see something that started as an idea over a quick bite to eat between meetings, develop into something that has really pulled us together.
"I think its gone tremendously well and was just what everyone needed along with our Good CQC rating and the warmest summer that many of us will ever have known.
"The way colleagues have engaged with the tournament has been incredible - it's really got us in the team spirit. We can look forward to a series of events like this in the future that celebrate national and international and local events. And not just sport, I promise."
You can still share your last minute keepy uppy competions on our Twitter account @CHFTNHS.