Fans paid tribute to former Town legend Kevin Beattie during Ipswich's home game against Brentford.
Flowers were left at the foot of the Sir Bobby Robson statue at Portman Road to honour the 'Beat'.
Many took a moment to reflect on what they've lost and members of Ipswich's Official Supporters Club laid their own floral tribute before kick-off as they remembered the star they idolised the most.
The front cover of the match day programme carried the number six shirt made famous by Beattie, while another replica was brought out by his main central defensive playing-partner Allan Hunter, on a night when many of Town's heroes came together.
They played to packed houses in their pomp. Less than fifteen thousand chose to be present to share in the club's commemoration.
Members of Kevin Beattie's family were guests on the night.
His daughter Emma led the teams out with the match ball, and joined the line of legends to join in with the minute's applause.
A first win under manager Paul Hurst would've marked the perfect night for Ipswich fans.
Instead they had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Kayden Jackson's equaliser, his first goal for the club, helping to salvage a point.