It is going to be a busy weekend for me with Largs Thistle being in the Scottish Cup final.
I will also be taking part in the Home Nations veteran international tournament which is taking place at Inverclyde Sports Centre.
It is taking place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
It is only the third time the event has ever been staged in Scotland, with the last time being at Inverclyde, and before that at Rugby Park.
Fans are welcome to come up and watch the action.
There will be a few recognisable faces in the Scotland team including myself, Stephen McCafferty and Stephen Quigg.
Scotland have never won the tournament before so there is a big incentive on home soil. We have shared it on two occasions, but I believe we can do it this time.
The team to beat had always been Northern Ireland up until the last few years, but now England have won the tournament the past two years, and seem to treat the tournament more seriously.
The Scotland team includes some well known faces including Jim Fleeting, and ex-juniors such as Brian McLuckie, Rusty Harkness, and Jasper Gardener.
People can come up and watch. 
If selected, I may feature over all three days - not bad for a 60 year old!
Having a good squad is key to playing over the three days so there is good rotation - and we are all looking forward to it.
The matches will be played on the grass pitches and we hope that the weather is kind to us.
The players are staying at Inverclyde Sports Centre too and we have arranged a reception for the Friday night.
We will have a big reception at JG Sharps on Saturday night too
After the match on Sunday, I will be jumping on the bus at JG Sharps to cheer on Largs Thistle in the Scottish Cup final.
It is going to be a champions weekend with the Champions League Final.
I predicted before the semi final that Spurs would beat Manchester City who have just won the treble after wrapping up the FA Cup to add to their other honours.
Surely it is possible Spurs could topple Liverpool in a one off game. Harry Kane is potentially going to be fit for the final. 
Probably both sides are up for the game after Liverpool came back against Barcelona, and Spurs have beaten Manchester City and Ajax in dramatic finales.
I think the Champions League final will be a great match.
It is going to be a cracking weekend of football.
* The schedule for the weekend is as follows: Friday 31 May - 7pm kick-offs: Scotland v England, Northern Ireland v Wales, Saturday 1 June 2pm kick-offs: Scotland v Wales, England v Northern Ireland; Sunday 2 June 11am kick-offs Scotland v Northern Ireland, England v Wales.

* Read George's Largs Thistle Cup Final preview in this week's edition of the Largs and Millport Weekly News. Out now!