Two young Accrington Stanley fans got the chance to interview the club's manager as part of a bid to drum up support.
The video, released on Youtube, shows fans Faye Morgan and Katie Robson, 16, interviewing Stanley manager Paul Cook about the team's prospects and Cook calling on young fans to get involved.
The girl's were chosen to be involved because Katie's granddad used to play for the team and spent a week filming in the town and at the Crown ground, speaking with other young fans and encouraging people to come along to matches.
The video also includes footage from last week's home clash against Aldershot Town.
See the video below ...
In the video, Cook says Stanley are keen to perform well and remain competitive but need the support of fans.
He said: "I think it's important that the town backs the football club, I think sometimes you don't realise what you've got until you've lost it.
He added that since the club's promotion to division 1, 'the football has maintained its standard and level but the crowds have dropped away' and urged people of all ages to come along to matches and support the team.
The video garnered almost 200 hits in under 24 hours after it was uploaded by marketing company Scott Dawson whose managing director Murray Dawson recently joined Stanley's board of directors.
Alison King from the company said the video had already created a good buzz about the club.
She said: "We've had really good feedback so far and we've got more fixtures posters around at local shops now as well.
"We were charged with drumming up support for the club and as Paul says in the video it's important for people to support the team."