Chesterfield supporters flocked to the Proact Stadium today for the club's open day, on a lovely warm afternoon in North Derbyshire.
Starting at midday supporters were able to look behind the scenes at the stadium, having a look at the dressing rooms, the media facilities and the new-look hospitality facilities in the HTM Products west stand.
The entire first team squad held an intensive training session on the pitch in the sun, before playing a series of full-pitch mini games in front the fans.
Having showered the players were then back out and ready to sign autographs and pose for photos with fans, many of whom took the opportunity to eat hot dogs and ice creams in the warm weather.
Around the other side of the stadium, The HUB was also busy with its doors open to allow fans the chance to look around at the club's outstanding community facilities.
Spireites chief executive Chris Turner was thrilled with how the day went: "It was fantastic to see so many fans come down and enjoy themselves.
"It was great to have all the players here and to give all the supporters the chance to see them train and meet them for some photographs and autographs.
"We hope the day gave supporters the chance to get to know their club a bit better and we look forward to welcoming everyone back here on Tuesday night for the Hull game."