After Partick Thistle unveiled their rather weird 'Kingsley' mascot, we take a look at some of the weird and wonderful entertainers of the past.
Everton have a mascot that is an elephant, due to their Chang beer sponsorship and the two words almost rhyme.
Southend United don't have a great history of mascots. They currently have a dolphin (it's actually an eel) that looks like Elvis.
Which replaced this...
Burton Albion's Billy Brewer looks like he's had a pint or two.
Rochdale is of the home of the fictional creature, which might explain Desmond the Dragon.
Bayern Munich went all out with this effort, but you won't like to carry that on top of your shoulders.
There can never be a winner when a Lion and a Swan fight, but these two tried.
The Metropolitan Police mascot looks like he may have let a criminal slip through the net.
West Ham's Herbie the Hammer is well known on the circuit for his square head.
Bradford City ran out of ideas at one point and just gave a man a hat.
The people of Hartlepool once hung a monkey as they thought he was a French spy. On the upside he did mean the birth of H'Angus the Monkey who went on to be mayor.
World Cups are now well-known for expensive marketing campaigns and well-designed mascots, but in 1986 Mexico just did some racial stereotyping.
Birmingham City tried to be clever, but inadvertently created a blueberry with some words on.
But without mascots we wouldn't be able to see a man in a pig costume fight a man dressed as a wolf.