Patrick Thistle was selected as team of the week on Sky Sports comedy football show Soccer AM, and the club picked eight supporters to travel to London to represent them.
A competition was set up on their website and fans were asked to submit an essay explaining why they should represent the Jags.
David Reilly, 42, from Erskine, entered a poem about the Maryhill-based side and received a phone call saying he was a winner.
Yesterday he travelled to London along with his three friends Alex Fairbairn, Steven Smeaton and Andy Alexander, who he regularly meets before and after Thistle games.
Just before they left Glasgow David said: "I grew up in Maryhill in the 1970s and I've been a fan for most of my life.
"It feels fantastic to be going down to London to represent the team - it's a chance that we'll never have again, and we're just going to have a good laugh and a carry on."
David Boyle, 21 from Garrowhill also bagged a spot on the show and will appear alongside the other four fans, as well as hsi friends Alan Kennedy, Neil Shaw and Chris Russell.
He said: "We've been fans since we were about ten. All of our dads are Partick Thistle fans and we've grow up with the team so we're all very excited about going on Soccer AM."
They were picked up at 8.15am today and driven to the studio, before the live broadcast at 10am.
While on the programme, the eight fans were hoping to be singing Thistle-themed songs and mingling with the other guests, including a cheerleading team.
David Reilly said: "I'm more nervous about meeting the Jacksonville Jaguar cheerleaders than being on the show itself. There's an NFL game on at Wembley so they're over from Florida."