Young footballers in Dundee were given the chance to play against first-team players at Dundee and Dundee United.
At Dens Park, around 100 children beat the Dark Blues squad 14-1, with only forward Declan McDaid scoring for the professionals.
The match has taken place for three years, with the first 100 youngsters to buy the Dundee away kit winning a chance to play against their heroes.
At Tannadice Park, under-12s who are enrolled in the junior Tangerines sports programme were able to play round-robin matches against Dundee United players, including Scotland’s newest star Lawrence Shankland.
A Dundee United spokesperson said: “It’s just a great chance to get children integrated into the club and make them feel part of the team by getting to know the players.”
A Dundee FC statement said: “It’s a great chance for the kids to play against their heroes and also for the players to interact with the young fans.”