WATCH: Hartlepool fans get in the reggae mood ahead of Carlisle trip with rendition of Bob Marley classic

THEIR team may be scrapping for their Football League lives but Hartlepool United’s fans are adamant “everything’s gonna be alright”.

With the club’s away fans set to descend on Carlisle United clad in reggae-themed hats and clothes early next month, supporters at Luton Town got in the mood with a bit of practice.

Hartlepool United supporters singing during the 3-0 away loss at Luton Town. Picture by FRANK REID

Hartlepool United supporters singing during the 3-0 away loss at Luton Town. Picture by FRANK REID

For the final 20 minutes of the match at Kenilworth Road, almost 300 Pools fans could be heard singing the Bob Marley classic “Don’t worry, about a ting, cos every little ting is gonna be alright.”

That was despite their team being 3-0 down, to leave them just a point above the relegation zone in Sky Bet League Two.

You can watch the video footage of the Pools fans in fine voice here.

It has become a tradition in recent years for hundreds of Pools fans travelling to the last away game of the season to don fancy dress costumes to see the season off in style.

In previous years it has been Thunderbirds, Smurfs and even Oompa Lumpa.

This year organisers have revealed the theme for the trip to Carlisle United on Saturday, May 2 is reggae/Bob Marley,