Ask the politicians
So how will you decide which way to cast your vote when the country goes to the polls, sometime between now and the summer?
Will it be spending on hospitals and schools, plans for fixing the economy, or attitudes to the environment which will persuade you where to put your cross?
We're standing at the start of a decade which should see sport placed at the heart of national life as never before.
Should more money be spent on the World Cup bid or grassroots sport?
There's the Olympics in 2012, of course, the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, World Cups in rugby league in 2013, rugby union in 2015, and cricket in 2019 - and possibly even football in 2018, all to be staged in the UK.
So how do the politicians plan to maximise the opportunities offered by all these great events taking place on home soil? Will we be a healthier nation as a result?
It's one of the questions we'll be asking of the three men who are hoping to hold the portfolio of Minister for Sport when the new government is elected.
We'll be at a location redolent with English football history - Wembley Football Club is just round the corner from the national stadium, and Sir Alf Ramsey's team trained on the pitch there during the 1966 World Cup.
No doubt football will be high on the agenda for our debate, but we'd like you to help us set it, too.
Should we have an independent regulator, appointed by the government, to control who owns our football clubs? How do we get our kids off their computer games and out kicking a ball around? Where should we spend more money - on the World Cup bid, or on grassroots sport?
Maybe you'd like to hear the politicians' views on whether the Ashes should be available on free-to-air TV - or whether there's enough PE available in schools.
Post your thoughts here, and we'll try and put as many as possible to the panel on Thursday; and you can hear the debate as part of Five Live Sport from 7pm.