Defibrillator gift to Kingswood AFC in memory of Mike Rodman
Friends of a Gloucestershire footballer who died during a game hope lives will be saved in his memory.
More than 700 people attended Mike "Raj" Rodman's funeral at St Mary's Church in Wotton-under-Edge on Friday.
An automatic defibrillator has been donated to the club by a local business as a legacy to Mr Rodman's passing.
The 37-year-old wore the number six shirt for Kingswood AFC and collapsed on the pitch during a local derby against Charfield on 26 January.
Club chairman Rob Bateman said the defibrillator could be used after a few hours' tuition and has a computer voice to give instructions to the operator.
He added a fundraising event had collected more than £4,000 for Mr Rodman's partner, Lauren Workman, and their young daughter Eva.