Rovers boss Tony Mowbray says a packed Ewood Park for every home game will be crucial for his team this season in the Championship.
There were 27,600 fans squeezed into Ewood for the final game of last season, and Tony wants you all back to experience our return to the second tier when Millwall visit on Saturday - and beyond.
The boss is aiming to bring on back the good times but admits what happens on the pitch will determine the numbers backing the lads from the stands on occasions.
“There has been some negativity around the club for a long time now, but I would like to see a packed Ewood week in, week out. Some will come back and support the team, some won’t," Mowbray said to iFollow Rovers
“The results will dictate what happens in the stands. The team have to make the people proud when they pull on the shirt. They need to work hard, fight for every ball, tackle, score goals and play with their heart and emotions.
"Hopefully that will bring the people back to Ewood, because they’ll see the players are playing for that red rose.
“We want the people to come back and fill Ewood this season. That will help by us functioning and winning games. It’s a two-way thing."
Tickets are available for Saturday's battle at Ewood against Millwall and you can back the lads by purchasing your tickets here.