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Live Reporting

Nick Crowther, Genny Cotroneo and Simone Stewart

All times stated are UK

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  1. We'll be back


    And that's it for our coverage from today....but we'll be back tomorrow morning that you can find here.

    We'll have a catch-up of today's action - so keep sending in your photos, stories, results and the like - and plenty from Sunday's action.

    Here's a reminder of what's in store:

    Sunday, 24 January

    10.30am Kick Off

    • U14 Girls
    • U16 Girls

    2pm Kick Off

    • Male Veterans (35+)
    • Walking Football - Mixed (50+)


    Nelson Kumah

    BBC Get Inspired

    Here are a few results in from the adult men's games in Portsmouth:

    • AC Southsea 0-5 Liquid Buzzards 5
    • Cobden FC 1-4 FC Gosport
    • Liquid Buzzards 5-0 Friday Yellows
    • Pentagon (54321) 0-2 AC Southsea
    • Cobden FC 1-2 Liquid Buzzards
    • AC Southsea 0-3 FC Gosport
    • Crippled Crusaders II 5-0 Wiggles Wanderers
    • African Republic 3-5 AC Me Rollin
    • AC Me Rollin 1-5 BAE FC
    • Wiggles Wanderers 3-1 African Republic
    • African Republic 3-1 Crippled Crusaders II
  3. Twitter account worth following...


    Got a selfie with The cup? Get in contact on Twitter by using the hashtag #PeoplesCup on Facebook at the Get Inspired page or email in to

  4. Good luck for tomorrow guys!


    It'll be the turn of under-14 and under-16 girls, the male veterans and walking football teams on Sunday.

  5. Strike a pose


    Boiler Room Ladies FC  showing us their acrobatic skills after their game today at London City. 

    Has your team got any clever poses? 

    Boiler Room Ladies

    Keep your pictures coming in - we'll be using more of them in tomorrow's live text commentary.

  6. Round one action updates


    The adult men's games are in full swing up and down the country....

    Get in contact on Twitter by using the hashtag #PeoplesCup on Facebook at the Get Inspired page or email in to

  7. Watch the action from the FA People's Cup

    Coming soon

    Highlights from this weekends' first round will be available to watch on the BBC next week. 

    Catch it on the Red Button at 13:00 on Saturday, 30 January after Football Focus. It will then be available on iPlayer for a month.

    crew interviewing man by football pitch
    Camera operator filming the FA cup
    back of BBC camera operator filming a 5-a-side game
    Greg Dyke and Nick Bright being filmed on 5-a-side pitch
  8. The men's tournament is well underway...

    Alex Ewing

    BBC Get Inspired

    Big challenges and 'worldies' (we're reliable informed that means world-class goals) flying in all over the place!

    Football action
  9. A questionable bag of snacks

    We're not sure whether the sports nutritionists will be approving this selection...

    Questionable snacks for FA People's Cup
  10. Friendly rivalry


    BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1 Xtra and BBC Asian Network are in action today playing against each other. 

    Lets hope there are no sore losers! 

    Asian Network
    radio 1 and 1 xtra
  11. Who will take home the cup?


    The FA Cup is in Portsmouth today and will be in Vauxhall tomorrow. 

    FA Cup

    If you get a chance to go and see it send your pictures to us on Twitter by using the hashtag #PeoplesCup on Facebook at the Get Inspired page or email in to

  12. Another close final!

    Adult Ladies in Manchester

    Alex Ewing

    BBC Get Inspired

    What is it with me and penalty shoot-outs? 

    The final was made up of Liverpool Feds (the overall winners last year) and Manchester Galaxy, who had stood out throughout and played out a tight draw in the group stages....

    Walking onto the pitch
    Image caption: The final!
    Pre-match handshake
    Image caption: "Let's have a fair game!"

    Like yesterday in Coventry the two sides played out a tense affair with Manchester Galaxy taking the lead with a powerful strike into the top right corner. 

    Not to be outdone Liverpool Feds showed their class and equalised with a well-worked team goal leading to a final score of 1-1. 

    The two teams in the final.

    Both teams confidently buried their opening two penalties. Taking Manchester Galaxy's third penalty was captain Emily Bradshaw who kept her nerve and put her side 3-2. That's how the score finished as Liverpool struck their remaining penalty over the bar.   

    The winning penalty!
    Image caption: The winning penalty!
    Image caption: Champions!

    See you in the next round!

  13. Serious faces


    We're loving the game faces from Benyon Park who are gearing up for kick-off in Leeds.

    You can get in contact on Twitter by using the hashtag #PeoplesCup on Facebook at the Get Inspired page or email in to

  14. Bringing nations together

    What's in a name?

    When a group of Business Management students from Portsmouth University were deciding what to call their team, they didn't have to go far for inspiration. 

    Between them they hail from Nigeria, Libya, Ghana and Zimbabwe so the logical team name was African Republic

    group of guys practicing their football techniques

    Africa Republic are taking part in the adult male category in Portsmouth this afternoon. Good luck guys.

  15. Gold and Black army


    Ecclesfield Spartan dads are game ready for their match in their extra shiny kit.

    Eccsfield Spartans

     Send your pictures in of your team to us on Twitter by using the hashtag #PeoplesCup on Facebook at the Get Inspired page or email in to

  16. Maracana in Manchester

    Alex Ewing

    BBC Get Inspired

    It's always been a dream of mine to stand on the famous turf of the Maracana...


    Is Alex getting carried away? ;-)

  17. Double celebrity spot!


    Nelson Kumah

    BBC Get Inspired

    Here's FA People's Cup presenter Nick Bright - who will be presenting our first-round highlights show on the red button next Saturday, 30 January (we'll give precise details a bit later) - with FA Chairman Greg Dyke in Portsmouth.

    Nick Bright
  18. What tactics have your team got?


    Interesting stuff here, but what happens if James, Hamish, Louis and Ben all head into the centre at the same time?

  19. It goes down to the wire

    Football at it's best in this nail-biting finish by the U16 Boys in Coventry

    Alex Ewing

    BBC Get Inspired

    And here's Alex's match report from last night.....

    It was a dramatic end to the evenings play in Coventry as Stratford Town and Young Fire Old Flame battled out a tough U16 final. 

    The two teams edged out Clifford Park Rangers to reach the final.It was always going to be a close game as the teams fought out a tight game in the group stage with Young fire old flame stealing it 2-1. The final looked like the game was destined for the same result as the bigger and stronger Young fire old flame lead with only minutes left. 

    However, cometh the hour, cometh the man as Stratford's captain fantastic Callum produced a goal that both Ronaldo and Messi would be proud of. He danced around the tiring opposition as if they weren't there - think of a classic Lionel run before unleashing a vicious Ronqldo-esque strike into the bottom left corner to take the final to a penalty shoot out. 

    5-aside law stats that in a tie breaker situation comes down to the best of three penalties before going to sudden death. After a confident penalty shoot out the lads entered sudden death. 

    Boldly, Stratford Town chose their keeper to take their forth penalty rather than their remaining outfield player. Were they trying to get into the heads of Young Fire Old Flame? Was the gamble going to pay off?! 

    Up stepped the keeper, Jay - who had been trying to get into the oppositions head, think Bruce Grobbelaar or Jerzy Dudek v AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League final - coolly slotted into the bottom left corner.

    But could the Jay-of-all-trades become an instant hero and save a penalty to grab a victory?  

    After trying to get into the head of the opposition, he brilliantly flung himself to the right and saved the penalty to win the tournament. So like Dudek in Istanbul, his tactics worked and Stratford Town are off to the next round. 

    Stratford Town, winners of the U16 tournament in Coventry.

    A big shout out to Joe from Clifford Park Rangers who was the under-16s player of the tournament. He was quality in all four of his games!

    Joe the player of the under-16s tournament in Coventry.
  20. Adult Female results

    Some more of our women's winners from this morning...

    Tell us how you've done on Twitter by using the hashtag #PeoplesCup on Facebook at the Get Inspired page or email in to