Eight Bolton Wanderers first team players were in attendance at BWFC Juniors' annual Halloween Party on Thursday evening to join in the fun and games with the club's young fans.
Over 500 people were present in the Premier Suite at the University of Bolton Stadium, with families all joining together for a night of spooky entertainment and to meet some of the Whites' first team stars.
Captain David Wheater led the group, which featured Josh Magennis, Christian Doidge, Clayton Donaldson, Andrew Taylor, Remi Matthews, Will Buckley and Yanic Wildschut, with many bringing their own children and partners along.
Upon their arrival, the players took part in specially-themed party games with the children - including Musical Corners, Mummy Wrapping and Apple Bobbing - before taking their places for a signing session.
Fans were given the opportunity to have photos with and get their merchandise and shirts signed by the first teamers, before the players helped to choose the winners of the fancy dress competition - with prizes including mascot packages for upcoming games.
Speaking following the event, skipper Wheater said: "It's always a brilliant night when we come down to the BWFC Juniors events - I've been bringing my own kids down here for the past few years and they absolutely love it.
"It was fantastic to see such a good turn out from our young fans, and their costumes were superb.
"We love being able to meet with them too as ultimately they're the future of the fanbase and hopefully these memories of nights like this will stay with them down the years."
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