Millwall fans are undoubtedly a passionate bunch, which has sometimes come with a bad reputation on more multiple occasions – sometimes fairly, sometimes not.
They are undoubtedly enjoying themselves at the moment, however, as Gary Rowett looks to chase down an unlikely spot in the second-tier play-offs.
Plenty of famous faces will be getting excited as well.
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So, from Hollywood to boxing, here are FIVE celebrities you may not have known were Millwall fans…
He may be a multi Oscar-winning actor but before all that, Day-Lewis was a Millwall fan.
It may be hard to imagine him cheering on the Lions in The Den but he even name-checked his time among the fans during his BAFTA acceptance speech back in 2008 after winning the award for leading actor in There Will Be Blood.
Haye wears his support for the Lions on his sleeve a bit more than Day-Lewis, frequently appearing on the pitch at half-time over the years.
He waxed lyrical about the 1988 team who were promoted to the top tier in an interview with FourFourTwo and clearly has a lot of time for club.
Baker is a life-long passionate fan of the Lions and has never shied away from the fact during his years as a broadcaster.
Famous for his footballing videos such as Own Goald And Gaffs, he is somebody many football fans have grown up watching and hearing over the years.
He is most well known for playing Neil in iconic British sitcom The Inbetweeners but Harrison has always been a huge Millwall fan.
His love for football was apparent when he slotted an excellent winning penalty for England during Soccer Aid back in 2018, although whether he learned that watching Millwall remains to be seen.
The rapper and spoken-word artist is another famous face to grow up supporting the Lions.
Pip reminisced in an interview with FourFourTwo recently of his time watching Teddy Sheringham, Tony Cascarino and Terry Hurlock play at The Den and how his cousin gave his brother a black eye celebrating a goal against Liverpool.