When Steve Trego and his uncle Ed Baldwin were planning a theme for this year's corn maze at Hurricane Hill Farm in Coatesville, the choice was an easy one.

The five-acre field has featured trains and pirate ships in the past, but when it opens Saturday for the 2018 season, maze-goers may feel the urge to belt out a familiar chant.

"It was a no-brainer once the Eagles won the Super Bowl to do a football-themed maze," Trego said. An aerial picture on the Hurricane Hill Farm Facebook page shows this year's labyrinth: the words "PHILADELPHIA EAGLES" and "WORLD CHAMPIONS," as well as an artistic interpretation of quarterback Nick Foles.

"I've been telling my buddies, 'My corn field is going viral,' " Trego said.

Aerial pic of The Football Corn Maze! We’ll be celebrating the Super Bowl champion Eagles this Fall season at Hurricane…

Posted by Hurricane Hill Farm on Thursday, August 30, 2018

Trego said the family-run farm has been plotting corn mazes for 14 years, picking a different theme each time. The football theme was sent to York-based Maize Quest, a corn maze design and agritourism business, which cut the design using a GPS installer. The process takes three to fours hours to complete, Trego said.

Trego's tribute isn't the area's only recent hat tip to the Eagles' championship win. Others include a World Champions mural in Center City and a statue at Lincoln Financial Field of Foles and coach Doug Pederson discussing the famed trick play, the "Philly Special."

Interested in giving the maze, which features interactive games within it, a try? Be sure to carve out about an hour. A one-acre maze for kids — appropriately called the "Underdog" beginner maze — takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Admission to the farm, which also includes entrance to other attractions like a pumpkin jump pad, hayride, and corn cannon, is $12 per person in September and $14 in October.