More than 10,000 fans soaked up the big-match atmosphere as City took on Sheffield Wednesday at the LNER Stadium.
With the University of Lincoln Fan Village open from 12noon, supporters of both sides enjoying locally-sourced food and drink.
Fan organisations the Red Imps Community Trust and the Lady Imps Supporters Association were on hand to talk to those in attendance, with the latter holding a raffle to raise funds for City's women's team.
Our regular pre-match fan engagement saw eight-year-old Sebastian read out the team before the game, while three-year-old Lily-Rose was snapped enjoying her first ever Imps game alongside dad Chris.
Our Moment of Magic saw people from the Linkage Community Trust come down to experience a game for the first time, and got to watch the warm-up from the home dugout and meet some of the players as they were made to feel welcome.
Supporters joined in a show of unity with the people of Ukraine trapped by war as both sets of players walked out, with the advertising boards around the stadium displaying a message of support from the football family.
Attendance: 10,283 (2,067 away)