While the Premier League title might have kept up its long-term evasion of Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager was able to get his name on something with a touch more permanence this season.
Having capped off a trophyless season (you can tell this is being written by an embittered Arsenal fan, can't you?), Wenger travelled to Alsace on Sunday - 20 km outside his home town of Strasbourg - to open the 'Stade de Arsene Wenger'.
With the ribbon cut on the 500-capacity stadium of USL Dippinheim, and our sniggers drawing to a stuttering halt, we turned our attention to the rest of the world's stadia in search of arenas, stands and changing rooms named after some more unlikely candidates.
Here's what we came up with.