A touching video has gone viral of a young football fan celebrating Brentford FC's recent win.

In the clip, Brentford manager Thomas Frank and members of the team were captured celebrating their historic victory against Arsenal on Friday (August 13) with a six-year-old boy. 

Woody O'Rourke, who has Down Syndrome, has supported the Bees since he was turned away from a local football team in 2019.

After Arsenal lost the opening match of the English Premier League 2-0 to the newly-promoted Brentford, the club took to the stands to bask in their win with one of their biggest fans.

Brentford coach Thomas Frank ran up to Woody to give him a high-five, followed by several players. 

The video has gone viral attracting more than seven million views on Twitter.

Woody's mother, Natalie O'Rourke, who is also the owner of Park Lane Stables a Richmond riding stables for disabled children, said the team was like family to her young son.

After the game, the special moments continued. 

Thomas Frank sent a video message to Woody, thanking him for his ongoing support.