Fulham are pushing hard for an immediate return to the Premier League following their emphatic relegation last season.
Scott Parker’s side currently sit in third place and remain well in the race to go up, either automatically or via the play-offs.
The fans will almost certainly have their part to play as well during the run-in and Parker will be hoping for them to act as a 12th man in the final months.
And there may well be a few famous faces among them going forward.
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Who would have seen that coming? Margot Robbie apparently first revealed her support for The Whites during the filming of The Wolf of Wall Street.
She doubled down on the point back in February 2018 during an interview with BBC Sport, declaring she wanted them to beat Aston Villa that weekend.
One quarter of Brit Pop titans Blur, bassist Alex James is also a regular at Craven Cottage.
For a while, Michael Jackson was the musician most synonymous with Fulham, thanks to a hideous statue outside the ground, but at least the fans now have someone a bit more local.
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You will have seen him on BBC Quiz show Pointless every evening and on a host of other panel shows throughout TV land, but you will also see Richard Osman amongst the Fulham fans.
He wears his support on his sleeve, frequently tweeting about his team and even mentioning it occasionally on the box.
Maitlis is one of the BBC’s best interviewers and you will have no doubt seen her making Prince Andrew squirm towards the end of 2019.
But away from scrutinising those in power, she is a huge fan of Scott Parker and his side, frequently tweeting out her support for the club.
Joining Robbie among the Hollywood clique cheering on the Whites, is iconic Brit Hugh Grant.
He has been attending matches for years with the club even unearthing snaps from a photoshoot he carried out on the Craven Cottage pitch – although no call up was forthcoming.