Feltham Bees proudly showed off their new minibus before Brentford's game with Macclesfield on Saturday.
The disability footballers' club were donated the vehicle by disability group PHAB, and it is being sponsored by Ralph Clifton, landlord of the Griffin Pub.
Clifton first got involved with Feltham Bees last season after reading an appeal for funding in the Chronicle,so the club could afford to go on a prestigious tour and play disability teams from the likes of Man United and Liverpool.
The landlord organised a collection which helped the tour go ahead, and has since carried on collecting for them, as well as sorting our the insurance for the minibus.
The players spent a few days over the summer cleaning and decorating the bus, with the help of a local artist.
Feltham Bees secretary Nicola Fox said: "Ralph has been brilliant for us, and we've painted a Griffin on the back of the bus for him. "Thanks to Ralph, the Chronicle and David Heath at Brentford, we have really raised our profile, and it means so much to the children. "They gave us Kevin O'Connor,Ross Montague and Luke Ruddick to help with our awards night in the summer,and the children were so excited. "We have exciting times ahead too, as we are about to enter a league for the first time. "All the northern disability teams have a league, and now the FA have set one up down here as well."
Feltham Bees have entered two teams into the league, and their historic first-ever league match will be against Chelsea Academy on October 19.