Hundreds of Hartlepool United football fans became an internet sensation after descending on London to support their team - dressed as Smurfs.
The dedicated supporters donned white overalls and blue tops to mark their team's final game of the season against Charlton Athletic.
Hilarious pictures of them on trains, waiting on the platform and crammed onto an elevator at Kings Cross Station quickly went viral on the internet.
Londoners broke into spontaneous applause when they spotted the fans at Kings Cross and the picture of them on the elevator was viewed 13,500 time in 24 hours.
Bizzarely the fans were even featured in a piece on Greek television news.
Hartlepool manager Neale Cooper said: 'I got a message from friends in Scotland saying the Smurfs are invading Charlton and then I saw the pictures, it's fantastic.
'It means the world to the players the support we have.'
Dressing up for the final game of the season is a tradition at Hartlepool United which stretches back 25 years.
Last year fans donned Oompa Loompa outfits for their final match also against Charlton.
Sitting mid-table Hartlepool had nothing to play for in the match. They were leading 1-0 at half time but eventually lost 3-2.
Organiser John 'Papa Smurf' Pearson – said: 'It’s good craic and helps the day along.'
Season ticket holder Mick Bell told the Hartlepool Mail: 'It was absolutely fantastic. From start to finish it was a brilliant day.
'I couldn’t believe how many people wanted to talk to us and get photographs. The photographs on the internet went all over the world.
'The response of people in London was brilliant.
'It was such an excellent day, I think we were all goosed by the time we got home on the night.'
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