Get Inspired: 'Danderball' kicks off in Belfast
Belfast has introduced its own brand of walking football called 'danderball.'
The word 'dander' is used as slang instead of 'walk' in Northern Ireland and it's hoped the unique spin will encourage more people to get involved.
Anne Ross from Age-Friendly Belfast said their members range from 50 to 92 years of age, so there is no excuse. "Get off the settee, come along and enjoy yourself."
Billy Harris, who was a keen footballer in his younger life but hadn't played in 15 years, says danderball has allowed him to get back into the game and met like-minded people who want to "get out and play sport."
Whether you dander or walk, there is a way to get into the game near you. Take a look at our guide to football to find out how.