Yeovil Town and manager Darren Way welcomed Lincoln City fan Brett Callow to Huish Park on Monday morning as he performed keepy-uppies over the length of the pitch.
Huish Park was ground number 72 in his challenge that will see the 15-year-old visit all 92 professional clubs to do keepy-uppies to raise money for Sport Relief and Shine.
Shine is a charity which was formed in 1966, initially to help families and individuals affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus.
Sport Relief takes place every two years in March. Sport Relief brings together the worlds of entertainment and sport, with many celebrities undertaking challenges for the worthy cause.
Darren Way joined Brett on the pitch at Huish Park to take part in the challenge and presented him with a shirt, ball and signed 10 book from all at Yeovil Town.
To donate and support Brett's efforts please visit http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/brettleecallow.