The Papa Johns Trophy bus hit the road this weekend, visiting this year's Finalists Rotherham United and Sutton United ahead of the showpiece.
Joined by former EFL star Clinton Morrison, the silverware boarded a wrapped London bus to promote the Final, taking place this weekend on Sunday 3 April at Wembley Stadium.
The bus first called off in Sutton on Tuesday, where fans flocked to South London to catch a glimpse of the trophy that the U's could be lifting this weekend. Supporters were also able to grab a photograph with manager Matt Gray, along with some of the Sutton squad, and purchase merchandise to kit them up for the Final.
At Rotherham, Chairman Tony Stewart and manager Paul Warne were on hand to see the silverware, whilst the bus was also joined by some of the current Millers crop in the town centre, after visiting some local primary schools where excitement was building for the weekend.
There was also free pizza, courtesy of Papa Johns, on offer for fans of Sutton and Rotherham who came to see the bus.