Eusebio has paid his own tribute to The FA, as the organisation celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2013.
The football icon and Portugal legend, who starred in the 1966 World Cup in England, was recently in Manchester for the Soccerex European Forum.
And after being able to greet old opponents such as Sir Bobby Charlton and meet the likes of Roy Hodgson and Kevin Keegan, he explained what the English game means to him.
He told FATV: "England is unique in the world, in my opinion.
"I'm proud that The FA has always been at the highest level, since before I started playing duiring my career and since I retired.
"The English FA for me really is uinique."
Watch the full interview with Eusebio in the media player above.