AFC Wimbledon’s long League One season began at Walsall on Saturday with more than 1,000 fans making the trip to the west Midlands.
The Dons were beaten 3-1 by the Saddlers at the Bescot Stadium as they were unable to taste victory at the first attempt in the third tier.
Wimbledon’s supporters were phenomenal on the day as a sea of yellow and blue saluted their heroes on the pitch despite the loss.
“They are incredible,” said manager Neal Ardley . “A few of our new players were like ‘wow’. They never turned on us even at 3-0 down.
“We are trying to punch above our weight, but if they can maintain that spirit home and away it will really help us.
"The closeness between the players and the fans has never been so great. We will tighten up at both ends and we’ve got a great spirit about us.”
What better way to show your support for your club than by wearing this season’s kit? Wimbledon fans have been treated to a cracker by Admiral this season too.
But where does it rank among the rest of League One’s clubs? Here’s a look at the best and worst on offer this year.
Dennis the Menace meets Croatia in this particular ghastly effort from the Saddlers.
The home strip is based on the one worn in 1997-98.
Note to football clubs: never take fashion inspiration from the 90s.
Kappa will always be remembered for their figure-hugging kits (which didn't go down too well with fans with a penchant for a chicken balti pie).
It's a shame, then, that the Shakers have opted to ditch New Balance (who provided them with unique asymmetrical kits last term) in favour of the Italian sportswear giant.
The home kit features far too much clutter.
A real shame The Spireites have decided to go for off-the-peg Puma kits, rather than create something altogether more unique and stunning in the year they celebrate a very special anniversary.
Blue and black rarely merges together well (unless, of course, you're Inter Milan).
Rochdale are always at a disadvantage with a colour scheme such as theirs, but even so, the sash is needless and the collar looks massively uncomfortable on their new Errea home kit.
20. Fleetwood Town
The Cod Army retain their 19th-placed kit from last season, so we've knocked them down a peg.
19. Bolton Wanderers
In disarray off the pitch towards the end of last season, Bolton have disappointingly opted to replace their community-centred sponsor with an online casino company 'Spin and Win'.
The kit itself is fine (if a little unremarkable), but Spin and Win?
18. Oldham Athletic
Oldham deserve credit for trying something different with the colour on their new home kit - and we're grateful for white trim instead of last season's red.
Still, the cuffs look preposterously large and their home strip doesn't really scream 'football' to us.
In fact, it looks more like some sort of ill-judged rugby shirt.
17. Coventry City
We are actually big fans of Coventry City's new shirt here at GetWestLondon.
However, fans have been divided by the new offering from Nike, with some comparing it to a Tesco bag - and others complaining about a lack of sky blue.
Thankfully, the away strip has gone down much better.
16. Bristol Rovers
The quintessential Bristol Rovers quarters return to League One - but something seems a little odd on their home strip.
We reckon it's the use of black font on the front of the kits, which is quite jarring on first viewing.
Not a bad effort by any means, but not as impressive as the yellow away offering from Macron.
15. Swindon Town
As plain as you like.
Swindon Town will look good in this plain Puma offering, and it's bound to go down well with fans who like simple and straightforward strips.
Sadly, the lack of invention and ingenuity stops the Robins' home shirt climbing higher in our rankings.
14. Sheffield United
Sheffield United's kit is - at first glance - not dissimilar to Southampton, so we've knocked off points for originality.
Regardless, it's pleasing to see the thicker stripes back at Bramall Lane and we're sure fans of the Blades will be hoping a traditional kit leads to impressive performances on the pitch.
13. MK Dons
As unremarkable and as plain as anything, which many Wombles will argue is apporiate for this team, but MK have tried to jazz up their notoriously middle of the road home strips with a little bit of gold trim here.
Gillingham edge into the top half, beating off MK Dons despite boasting a similarly pedestrian and safe effort.
The white collar is distinctive enough to lift the Priestfield Stadium outfit into the top 12, though.
11. Charlton Athletic
Another plain Nike design for Charlton Athletic this season, with the Addicks gracing League One with their presence following relegation from the Championship last term.
10. Peterborough United
Posh boast the same Nike design as Charlton, but in slightly more attractive colours.
The London Road side are no stranger to straightforward Nike designs - but this year's is comfortably an improvement.
9. Southend United
Southend United have a smart Nike design, too.
The template works exceptionally well with navy and white trim, though Northampton Town edges the Roots Hall side to a top eight finish.
It's just a shame about the away kit...
8. Northampton Town
... and this is why.
Maroon and white are very attractive colours anyway, and the Cobblers have struck gold with their effort as they celebrate promotion to League One from the fourth tier.
7. Shrewsbury Town
Shrewsbury Town were crowned victors of last season's kit rankings - but we can't give them that honour this year, as the Shrews have opted to go unchanged.
We applaud them for saving their fans money, but we need a fresh winner.
6. AFC Wimbledon
Of course, it's great to see AFC Wimbledon in the third tier - and even greater to see them sporting Admiral.
There's something retro and vintage about Admiral as a brand, isn't there?
In a realm where Puma, Adidas and Nike reign, it's refreshing to see classic sportswear brands still plying their trade.
5. Bradford City
Bradford City have been no stranger to odd, haphazard and downright bizarre patterns over the past few years.
Their new home strip is a spectacular effort, though.
Perhaps not as great as our top four, but the Bantams have definitely made the right decision in switching from Nike to Avec judging on this effort.
4. Scunthorpe United
Scunthorpe United, meanwhile, have ditched Avec in favour of Carbrini.
The Iron have a brilliant sponsorship deal this year, having given support to the town's vitally important steel works.
Perhaps it would have been better with slightly more claret, but we're massive fans of this effort.
3. Oxford United
Look at those colours - all bright yellow and regal navy.
Oxford were promoted to League One last season, and routinely consult their fans over their new strips.
Starter are their supplier - but you probably haven't heard of them.
They are a US company associated with smart suit jackets.
It's a pleasure to have them.
Millwall will adorn navy blue and white stripes this year, as Errea fashion them a brilliant home strip packed full of interesting features and nods to the past.
We're big fans of this effort, with trim brightening up the collar and sleeves to boot.
1. Port Vale
Simply exceptional from Port Vale.
The Errea kit doesn't even look like a football kit, does it? It could be a polo shirt suitable of a golf course, country club - or, failing that, Magaluf nightclub.
Regardless, it's a stunning strip - and one we can't wait to see on the pitch at Kingsmeadow.