TWO life-long Wrexham fans put bottoms on seats to raise money for the cash-strapped club.
Mates Lee and Andy Williams sat down on all 10,800 seats in the Wrexham's Racecourse stadium at the weekend.
Their novel fundraising idea has earned them more than £1,000 in pledges and they are still counting the cash collected in buckets during Saturday's defeat by Hartlepool - and that could add another £3,000 to the pot.
About 10 members of Wrexham Supporters Trust (WST) collected cash inside and outside the ground to help boost the total.
Lee, 36, of Acton, said: 'There have been a lot of fundraising events but we wanted to do something different which had not been done before and would catch the imagination.
'We plan to give half the money to the supporters trust and the other half we will split between Hope House Hospice and the children's ward at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.'
Andy, 34, of Gwersyllt, who works for a Manchester-based plastics company, and Lee, a teacher at a Shropshire high school, have both supported Wrexham since they were children.
The pair sat on every stadium seat, starting in the early hours of Saturday morning.
'We're both reasonably fit, we both play football and go running, but we had no real technique,' said Lee. 'Getting up and down every time was a bit tough on our knees though!'
Wrexham FC is in administration with total debts of £2.5m, although several buyers are reported to be interested in acquiring the club.