Football League players have been busy with pre-season training in preparation for 2014/15, and some have been taking time out to deliver season tickets to supporters.Charlton Athletic's Lawrie Wilson and Michael Morrison went on the road to deliver season tickets to fans who had renewed their seats at The Valley for the coming campaign.
The pair were greeted with vibrant smiles when visiting most supporters, but young Addicks fan Kimberly Cartwright was left speechless. Charlton begin the Sky Bet Championship season at newly-promoted Brentford.
In Somerset, Yeovil Town's Joe Edwards and Sam Foley were out and about delivering season tickets to fans, and they learnt how to make loom bands with two young supporters.
Edwards and Foley will be at Huish Park on the opening day of the 2014/15 Sky Bet League 1 season when the Glovers host Doncaster Rovers.
Young fans of Sky Bet League 2 sides Stevenage and Dagenham and Redbridge were also treated to visits from players.
Stevenage's Andy Bond, Simon Walton, Adam Marriott, Harry Worley, Chris Day, Dean Parrett, Charlie Lee and Chris Beardsley met some young supporters, all of whom have an under-12 season ticket for 2014/15. Stevenage start their campaign at home to Hartlepool United.
Ahead of their season-opener against Morecambe in Sky Bet League 2, Daggers manager Wayne Burnett, midfielder Luke Howell and defender Scott Doe surprised Junior Dagger Jake Massey with his season ticket.