Turk and JD of Scrubs set the standard for the ultimate bromance, but there are a few contenders for that crown in the world of Football.
While footballers will often speak positively of their teammates, or share moments of happiness together on twitter or Instagram, there's more to a true bromance than that, and we've found some of the truest bromances around.
Ander Herrera and Juan Mata
We did a full article on how ridiculously bromantic these two are about each other, but fresh evidence has since emerged and these two are just adorable:
Neymar and Dani Alves
Dani Alves was never leaving Barca this summer, not while his BFF was still there.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Maxwell
One you might not expect here, but Maxwell and Zlatan have been teammates at Ajax, Inter, Barca, and now PSG. And there's good reason why, as the Brazilian has gone on record saying this about his pal:
Zlatan is like a brother to me, we're really close. We had the chance to play in many clubs together. There have been great moments and we even grew up together. Even after years, our relationship has remained intact. It's something very important for me because we spent almost all our career together. It is more than a friend to me, I am pleased to be him with me here in PSG.
Steven Gerrard and Xabi Alonso
My hero. My mate. pic.twitter.com/qFmO53EQvl
— Xabi Alonso (@XabiAlonso) January 2, 2015
Paul McShane and Andy Keogh
Luke Shaw and Memphis Depay
This one is the newest bromance to emerge on this list, but it's undeniable. Having recently joined Manchester United, Memphis has found a friend in Luke Shaw, to the point where MUTV even did an interview asking them about their bromance.
My man Luke, what an awful night. You'll get back on top, I'm sure of that. pic.twitter.com/s8TNfC23pn
— Memphis (@Memphis) September 15, 2015
Kevin Nolan and Andy Carroll
I have got a four-year-old daughter and a nine-month-old son, and we have got all sorts of different books for him to pick from," said Nolan at the time. "He might like Peppa Pig – or there is a monkey one.
Patrice Evra and Ji-Sung Park
Phillip Lahm and Bastian Schweinsteiger
It's when you go to Oktoberfest that you really notice that he's no longer here. He was always very well dressed, as you'd expect from someone who grew up in Bavaria. I've certainly missed him, but in all honesty he wasn't really a beer drinker.
Thiago Silva and David Luiz
A true football bromance is a beautiful thing.