THERE were incredible scenes as 1,300 utlras turned up to Austria Salzburg with flares, drums and flags – to cheer on the club's under-7's side.
The video shows the children taking part in a match in one of Austria's youth league's against USV Lamprechthausen.
The ultras packed the stand closest to the small sided match and created an amazing atmosphere.
The footage shows flags being waved, loud chanting and that pyrotechnics had been set off.
There is no bad behaviour from any of the fans and the children responded well to the large crowd they were playing in front of.
Austria Salzburg coach Sascha Gastuba initially shared the video on his Instagram account with a gushing caption about the club's supporters.
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He said: "Since the beginning of my work at Austria Salzburg, I have been repeatedly asked by strangers about how the hooligans behave in the club, and whether there are ‘normal’ fans?
"Meanwhile, I answer with a smile but also with pride.
“Austria is a family club that has put children in the heart of everything we do."
Austria Salzburg were founded in 2005 when a group of fans formed the team after the Red Bull group brought the original club SV Salzburg and renamed it Red Bull Salzburg.
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The Austria Salzburg first team won four successive promotions after starting at the very bottom of the nation's football pyramic.
They now play in the Austrian third division.
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