More than 8,000 people soaked up the big match atmosphere as City took on Bristol Rovers at the LNER Stadium.
It was another fun-filled day at the LNER Stadium, with plenty going on from 9am as Football Development put on their regular sessions on the 3G pitch beside the SRP Stand.
With the University of Lincoln Fan Village opening at 12noon, fans of both sides were able to enjoy the wide range of locally-sourced food and drink options.
There were plenty of family activities, with inflatable football games on the 3G pitch and in the Fan Village itself.
Over in Poacher's Den there were more games, with supporters able to take on players at table tennis, fussball and other games. Plenty of youngsters took advantage of the offer of facepainting as well!
As kick-off approached supporters were invited to take part in important matchday roles, painting penalty spots and the centre circle - with young fans of both City and Bristol Rovers reading the teams out before the match.
Some lucky home fans also got to experience a moment of magic, as they were invited pitchside to watch the warm-up from the home dugouts.
Priory Celtic U8s enjoyed a matchday experience, with a training session on the 3G pitch beforehand before acting as flagbearers when both players walked out ahead of the match.
And they returned to the pitch at half-time to take on Poacher the Imp in a penalty shootout.
Check out our images of supporters from the match above. Can you spot yourself or someone you know?