On Sunday evening, a record-breaking 3,180 supporters turned out at the Academy Stadium to cheer Manchester City Women on to victory and Champions League qualification.
The attendance - a league and club record - earned praise across the country, as women's football continues to thrive on the back of the Women's World Cup.
Speaking to CityTV after the game, manager Nick Cushing thanked fans for their support.
He declared: "Our support this year has been exceptional. To get more than 3,000 fans in a women's game is astonishing and it's a credit to this football club and the fans.
"I don't know if people are aware but we broke our own record. Previously, it was 2,100 when we played Birmingham.
"It doesn't surprise me because this is a special football club with special supporters. We see it every fay in the Etihad Stadium to so have so many supporters in the Academy Stadium is an excellent achievement and I'm really proud."
Club photographer Victoria Haydn was on hand to snap the post-match celebrations. Here are the best of the photos from another historic night...
The players gathered after the final whistle for a post-match team talk.
After addressing the home faithful, the boss hands the microphone to his skipper.
Before heading over to the stands to greet the fans.
Ernie was definitely a lucky mascot!
"We're all going on a European tour!"
High-fives all around.
Showing their true colours, these young Blues grab a photo with England midfielder Jill Scott.
KB gets ready to launch miniballs into the crowd.
What are these two up to?!
Nikita Parris celebrates with a very young fan!
A delighted Paula Radtke speaks to CityTV after the game.
What a brilliant night!