A group of scantily-clad Dutch women accomplished what their men failed to do four years ago in South Africa.
Win the World Cup.
The Lingerie World Cup, that is.
The hosts reigned supreme at a mini, 4-on-4 tournament refereed by former Dutch international Andy van der Meyde last weekend.
The eight-team Lingerie World Cup also included teams from Russia, Algeria, South Korea, Germany, Spain, Italy and 2014 men’s world Cup hosts, Brazil.
Believe it or not, details of the competition – including the groups and who the Dutch played in the final – were few and far between, with the Daily Mail the only mainstream media to give the event top billing.
According to the report, the Netherlands beat Spain, Germany and Brazil to lift the Cup -- and avenge Spain's victory over the Dutch men in the final at the 2010 World Cup.
There's also a video available on YouTube showing Belgium and Portugal taking part in a past tournament.
This isn’t the first event of its kind.
The annual Lingerie Bowl is played at halftime of the NFL’s Super Bowl for those who aren’t interested in music during the game’s intermission.
The World Cup kicks of on June 12, with hosts Brazil taking on Croatia in Sao Paulo.