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Lech Poznan proved there isn't a party without pyro after creating an incredible atmosphere to celebrate the club's 100th anniversary.
A week today Poznan celebrated the centenary with a 3-0 win over Jagiellonia and the Polish side marked the milestone with an insane display prior to the game.
Flares and fireworks were lit and smoke bombs as the rabid fans made some serious noise inside Stadion Poznan.
There was also a huge tifo unveiled by supporters behind the goal and visually it looked absolutely out of this world.
A drone captured the scenes and the camera panning around the stadium while the ultras ooze passion and near enough set their ground on fire is just insane.
There's also a full five minute version available on YouTube and we're not exaggerating when we say it might just be a masterpiece.
Poznan and their fans hit headlines in 2010 when they were paired in the same Europa League group as Manchester City.
The supporters performed a routine where they turned their backs on the game and jumped up and down - a celebration City now adopt whenever their team scores.
In other pyro related news, Argentine outfit Newell's Old Boys held quite the party to get their players psyched up for the Rosario derby against Rosario Central last weekend.
30,000 fans gathered at the Estadio Marcelo Bielsa with their firecrackers and flares to give a special send-off at an open training session.
Ultras climbed on fences to provide a thunderous ovation for the players they worship and it did the trick as Javier Sanguinetti's side won 1-0 away from home.
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