Approaching the turf and holding the football needed for the match between the Cavalry and HFX Wanderers on Sunday was the Tiny Football Car - which made its first appearance outside of Europe for the Canadian match.
The car, operated by remote control, brings the match ball into the field to kick off the game and has become a beloved guest star. It even has its own Twitter account.
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Now, it's spreading its wings, or wheels, and making its debut in Canada.
In a video posted to the car's Twitter, the tiny vehicle delivered the football to Cavalry player Myer Bevan before the match. Upon receiving the ball, Bevan reached down and patted the tiny car on its hood for a job well done.
Making my first trip outside of Europe - what a welcome! pic.twitter.com/CScMw2bNF8
— Tiny Football Car (@Tiny Football Car)
The return of the Tiny Football Car excited fans of the small vehicle who found its appearance adorable, much like its return to UEFA Euro 2021.
"Tiny Car is my new best friend now, Also, absolutely love the little pat [Myer Bevan] gives it after collecting the ball," Charlie wrote on Twitter.
"Eh good to see you oot and aboot in Canada," Dan wrote.
With a warm welcome, the Tiny Football Car is ready to take on the Canadian Premier League.
The adored car has developed a cult following of fans who watch matches with anticipation of the miniature vehicle's appearance. Last July, the car was painted colors of the LGBTQ+ flag as a way to show support for the community, which garnered the small car an even bigger fanbase.
TINY FOOTBALL CAR AND EUROVISION IN THE SAME WEEKEND HOW GREAT IS THIS!!!\n\nAbout to get better with a #CavsFC win.pic.twitter.com/5agkz8Vgaa