It was quite a weekend for Rotherham United fans, because after four years away from the town, football finally came home.
The club's brand spanking new £20 million all-seater stadium staged its first match - a friendly against near-neighbours Barnsley - and our cameras were there.
John Shires reports.
Rotherham celebrated their new stadium with a 2-1 win over South Yorkshire rivals Barnsley. But it was the stadium which was the talking point as much as the football.
Rotherham United have begun life in their new New York Stadium with a 2-1 win over South Yorkshire rivals Barnsley. The friendly was sold-out - half the 12,000 seats being available to fans.
It's been four years in the making and cost £17m.
And today, Rotherham United will finally be able to play in their brand new stadium when they take on Barnsley at 3pm.
The New York stadium is only 600 yards from their old home at Millmoor.
When Tony Stewart became chairman in 2008, his promise Rotherham would get a new stadium was met with jeers.
But the chance came when a college being built ran out of funding, and the 12,000 capacity stadium was born.
Now, the New York Stadium proudly stands there - named after the area of the town in which it stands.