A 96-year-old man says he has been a dedicated Cardiff City football fan ever since he got a free ticket to watch them as a schoolboy in 1932.
Reg Walton even joined the squad in the 1950s as a player, but never made the first team.
Reg has supported the Bluebirds throughout 42 different club managers.
He has seen them beat Real Madrid, as well as in FA and League Cup finals.
Reg still regularly goes to watch games with his family in Cardiff City stadium.
Reg started playing as a wing-half for Cardiff Corinthians FC up until WWII.
After the war his friend and Cardiff City defender Ken Hollyman asked him to join the Bluebirds squad.
Reg used to attended matches with his late wife Sheila and now he watches the games with his daughter and her family.