HUDDERSFIELD Town fan James Vasey was delighted when his team won 2-1 on Saturday - despite being the opposition's guest of honour.
James, 13, of Deighton, was invited to the match by Cambridge United.
James met big soccer names at their ground, The Abbey, including Town's Peter Jackson and Terry Yorath.
He also had his photo taken with Town player Jon Stead.
James was presented with a shirt before the match, signed by all the Cambridge players and paid for by Cambridge United's supporters' trust.
He also got to read out the names of Town's team through the microphone, as they emerged on to the pitch.
James and his parents, Kevin and Joanne Midwood, were sent free tickets by Cambridge United after meeting a coachload of the team's supporters at a Gloucestershire service station in October.
The family were en route to a Town game at Yeovil when they first met the Cambridge supporters, who were heading for Swansea.
Amazingly, the two groups met again on the return journey.
Cambridge fans were so impressed by James's love of the game they promised to send him tickets.