HUNDREDS of people from across Ayrshire and as far afield as Glasgow flocked to Somerset Park for the annual Ayr United FC Fun Day.

The entire first team squad along with manager Ian McCall and assistant Neil Scally were in attendance at the popular free-of-charge event.

And with the event coinciding with a great run of form from the team, the players were desperate to talk to the players and get their autographs.

Commercial manager Graeme Miller was delighted with how the event went and said: "That has to be our busiest open day yet and a lot of planning went into it. The event went really well and couldn't have come at a better time with the team playing really well."

The Stage Door restaurant and Hollybush Inn sponsored the event for the third year in a row and the club thank them for the fantastic support. They laid on a barbecue especially for the event.

The award winning Mancini’s Ice Cream were also at the event.

Bubble Football has been hugely popular for the last two years and again the company came along with bubbles for adults and kids so everyone could join in the fun.

Ayr United Football Academy coaches took sessions with kids and also showcased Walking Football for adults.

There was also a penalties challenge and a bouncy castle for the younger children.

Club historian Duncan Carmichael ran stadium tours all afternoon.

The emergency services were all represented with Ayr community fire station and Police Scotland bringing vehicles as well as the The Royal Regiment of Scotland