Sheffield Wednesday's performances might not have been fitting in with the club's 150th anniversary but one determined family of Owls have provided their own unique reason for celebration.
Season-ticket holder Jordan Sykes and his half-brothers Jack, 15, and Harry Carr, 12 have spent the last nine months making their own Lego version of their team's Hillsborough stadium.
The trio used more than 13,000 bricks and are now hopeful to get it on display as part of the club's anniversary celebrations.
The lads started with the North Stand as they thought it looked the easiest to build and worked from that.
Jordan, 26, said it had cost them more than £1,000 to build and they are now looking for people to buy sponsor boards which surround the hallowed turf for £20.
Primary school teacher Jordan, from Bridlington, said: "In an attempt to save my sanity I have not really kept track of the cost because the south stand cost about £250 and then the north was a bit more, then the Kop was a bit more and so on.
"It's cost well over £1,000."
The lads were made family six years ago when Jordan's dad Gareth married Jack and Harry's mum Julie.
Jordan said he had printed all of the kits himself and as well as the Owls' current squad, there are also a few notable names from the past including Wednesday legends John Sheridan, Nigel Pearson and Nigel Worthington.
"It's all been made using normal Lego - nothing has been specially made but I buy it from an online marketplace rather than just a shop," he said.
"It has been quite an effort but I've really enjoyed doing it."
The Lego build will go on display in the Owls Megastore between Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, May 7.
Plagued by injuries, Wednesday have endured a tough season in the Championship so far and former boss Carlos Carvalhal was replaced with Jos Luhukay in January.
They eased any lingering relegation fears with a third straight win on Easter Monday - beating Sunderland 3-1 at the Stadium of Light.