FA People's Cup 2016: First-round success across the country

Girls football team huddle

More than 35,000 people took part in the FA People's Cup first round at 120 different centres at the weekend.

The games, across 10 different categories, were given the full BBC Sport FA Cup treatment, with live text coverage on Saturday and Sunday.

Teams who were successful over the three days of action will play in semi-finals weekend on 27-28 February.

Semi-final victors will compete in the finals in March in hope of winning tickets to the FA Cup final at Wembley.

There were so many inspiring stories: from the team made up of African students in Portsmouth, the Shakespearean rapper who helped turn his life around through football, how Jan found Walking Football after a bad injury, and Marcus, who gathered a team together at the very last minute.

You will be able to watch a special highlights programme featuring the best of the first-round action and stories on the red button on Saturday, 30 January at 13:00 GMT - straight after Football Focus.

Here are just a few images from the hundreds that were taken at the weekend. You can find more by searching #PeoplesCup on social media.

Disability football teams posing for photo
Disability teams pose for a photograph
Camera crew and participants looking on at five-a-side games being played
Camera crew and participants watching five-a-side games being played
Arsenal star Kelly Smith with one of the FA People's Cup women's teams
Arsenal star Kelly Smith with one of the FA People's Cup women's teams
Men playing Walking Football during the FA People's Cup
Men playing Walking Football during the FA People's Cup
A girls football team pose by the Women's FA Cup
A girls football team pose by the Women's FA Cup
A BBC crew filming with contributor from the disability category
A BBC crew filming with a contributor from the disability category
BBC Radio 6 Music DJ Chris Hawkins and his FA People's Cup team
BBC Radio 6 Music DJ Chris Hawkins and his FA People's Cup team