Two famous faces were in the crowd as Accrington Stanley were held by promotion rivals Wycombe Wanderers at the Wham Stadium.
Football pundits Robbie Savage and Jermaine Jenas lent their support to the Reds, as part of a campaign encouraging local fans to get behind their team.
Accrington Stanley FC currently has one of the lowest gates of all league clubs and Heinz Big Soup encouraged football fans to come down and give their support ahead of the game.
Television pundit and ex-footballer Jenas said “It was great to watch such a good game at Accrington Stanley last night, the lads played great. We were among the thousands that turned out to watch the match and every time the fans got behind their team, you could see the positive impact it had with the players on the pitch!
"It just goes to show that when a stadium is fuller the fans really can impact on the players’ performance and hopefully this will encourage more fans to go down on match nights to support their local team.”
Ahead of the match, fans were given the chance to take part in a half time game on the pitch, and sample soup, keeping guests full throughout the game.
Shay McCartan gave the Reds the lead just before half-time only for the lead to be wiped out by Garry Thompson just past the hour mark. Fifth placed Stanley are still well placed in the play-off mix, four points behind third placed Plymouth Argyle.