From Matt Tubbs to Matt Harrold and Ollie Palmer, Crawley Town has given their fans a roller coaster ride since clinching promotion to the EFL in 2011.
But who is leading the way in the scoring charts for Reds since then? Here is a list compiled by Ryan Clark from website records of all of Crawley's scorers who have netted five or more goals.
Who is your favourite goal scorer? Who has scored the most goals for Reds? Ryan Clark has compiled this list of all the players who have scored five or more goals since Crawley Town gained English Football League status. Thanks to photographers Steve Robards, Jon Rigby, Derek Martin, Getty Images, Liz Pearce and Phil Westlake/PW Sporting Photography.
Kyle McFadzean played for Crawley from 2010 to 2014 before being sold to MK Dons. He now plays in League One for Burton Albion.
Andy Drury (during two spells), right, and Joe Walsh, middle
Karlan Ahearne-Grant who came on loan from Charlton Athletic last season and is now playing in the Premier League for Huddersfield Town.
Striker Matt Harrold played for Crawley from 2014-17 and famously donned the goalkeeper's gloves for the first time in his life when Brian Jensen disclocated a finger before half-time during a match against MK Dons in 2015.
Nicky Adams at a Junior Reds Christmas party (pic Derek Martin)
Josh Simpson (left)
Former Arsenal player Rhys Murphy scored 10 goals during two loan spells during 2015 and 2017.
Current player Ollie Palmer
Jamie Proctor scored 13 goals during two seasons at the club and was signed by Richie Barker in 2013.
Winger Gwion Edwards played for three seasons at Crawley after first arriving from Premier League club Swansea signed by John Gregory. Now playing in the Championship for Ipswich Town.
Izale McLeod during one season 2014-15 during which he was the club's top scorer
Matt Tubbs (during two spells).
Republic of Ireland U21s international Billy Clarke, middle, played for Crawley from 2012-14 and now plays for Bradford City.
James Collins scored his goals in one season 2016-17. He now plays for League One high-flyers Luton Town