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Live Reporting

Matthew Henry and Nick Crowther

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight

    We have come to the end of our FA People’s Cup coverage.

    What a weekend it has been. Thank you to all those who have got involved and to all our reporters who have braved the cold out there to bring you the action.

    Fear not, it is just 22 days or 528 hours until the Grand Final in Sheffield and we’ll be right back here to bring you all the action.

    In the meantime, don't forget to tune in to our highlights show on the Red Button and BBC Sport website from 18:40 GMT on Saturday, 5 March.

    Thank you and goodbye.

  2. Goodnight from Nick

    And it is goodnight from him...

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    Video caption: Nick Bright says goodnight from the semi-finals
  3. Post update

    Georgina Burkoff

    Our reporter on the ground

    Here's a 15-year-old goalkeepers kit from the Tanned United in Manchester.

    Goalkeepers kit from the Canaries Vets in Manchester.

    And here's the son of Canaries Vets goalkeeper dreaming of being like his dad one day.

    Canaries goalkeeper's son wearing his gloves
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    Athletico Aboyne have been competing in London today in the Male veterans category. Good luck in your final games!


    No matter whether you've won or lost, it's important to remember the handshakes at the end of the games, as Grange Academy and Saints Foundation showed earlier.

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    Video caption: Don't forget the handshakes at the end of the game
  8. GOAL

    If at first you don't succeed.....Armley CCFC Legends score v Bedlington Vets  in Manchester.

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    Video caption: If at first you don't succeed.....Armley CCFC Legends score v Bedlington Vets
  9. 'He's got to drive us home'

    Practical matters are at the forefront of the Hornsea 3G team's minds when their goalkeeper is struggling with a hand injury.

    "He's got to drive us home," they shout.

    Injured Hornsea 3G goalkeeper
    Injured Hornsea 3G goalkeeper
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    Manjinder on email: Which five-a-side team has been playing for the longest amount of time and still has some original members? 

    Harehills Place FC, based in Leeds, have been going since 1983 and we have one original member yet (complete with his zimmer frame!) That is 33 years!!  Who can beat that?

    There's a question for you all out there, can you beat 33 years?

  11. What fuels you?


    Georgina Burkoff

    Our reporter on the ground

    This is Shane - aka 'Banana Man' - being true to his team's name, the Chilli Banana Legends, who are playing in the Male Veterans category in Manchester.

    Shane from Chilli Banana Legends

    The side have lost both of their first two games but are still in high spirits.

    Chilli Banana Legends

    Some of the other peculiar names in their category include Old Monkey FCMurder on Zidane's floor (not to be confused with Murder on Zidance Floor from Saturday), BeercelonaToilet FC and AC alittlesillouetteofaman.

  12. Tune in!

    Our camera crews have been out and about all weekend filming the action for our FA People's Cup regional semi-final highlights show. 

    You can watch the programme, which will bring you the best stories, goals and moments from the weekend on Saturday, 5 March from 18:40 GMT on the Red Button and BBC Sport website

    Cameraman at People's Cup
    Murder on Zidance Floor
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    These lucky teams got a chance to take a picture with the FA Cup while it was in Luton. 

    Have you spotted the FA Cup on it's travels this weekend? If so send us your pictures. 

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


    Georgina Burkoff

    Our reporter on the ground

    Doesn't matter which part of your body you use....

    Hornsea 3G's Walking Football goalkeeper denies Preston North End Senior Whites FC in Manchester.

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    Video caption: Hornsea 3G goalkeeper denies Preston North End Senior Whites FC in Manchester
  15. What's your day job?

    Simon Needle

    Our reporter on the ground

    This is Karl who plays for Portsmouth Amputees (who won in the Adult Disability category in Portsmouth today). 

    He's a prosthetic technician in real life and encourages patients to play football.

    Karl, who plays for Portsmouth Amputees in his day job

    You'll be able to see more about Karl and the Portsmouth Amputees in our semi-final highlights programme on the red button next Saturday, 5 March at 18:25 GMT.

  16. Post update

    Tuttle United
    Image caption: Last year's finalists in the Male veterans category Tuttle United

    2015 finalists Tuttle United have again made it to the semi-final stage in the Male veterans category.

    The team is, rather harshly, named after someone who didn’t make the team and was formed in 1990!

    Head teacher Mark Partridge captains the side which also features another teacher, tennis coach, finance worker and RNLI worker.

    Good luck to the team, school kids across the country are currently wishing their head teacher was as cool as Mr Partridge.

  17. GOAL

    Georgina Burkoff

    Our reporter on the ground

    Love Machine just let a goal in! 

    Anguish for the Yorkshire Vets goalkeeper in the Adult Veterans category in Manchester.  

    Yorkshire Vets goalkeeper 'Love Machine'
    Yorkshire Vets goalkeeper 'Love Machine'
  18. Bridging the generation gap

    Simone Stewart

    Our reporter on the ground

    Here are some future Walking Football stars wishing their elder counterparts - Beechcroft FC - good luck for this afternoon's semi-finals in Nottingham

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    Video caption: Woodbourne Under-12s wish Beechcroft Walking Football good luck for the semi-finals
  19. 300 Club


    When Men's veterans team 300 Club were set up around the year 2000, the club name was the combined ages of the eight playing members. 

    Since then the players (and ages!) have changed a little, but five of the original members still remain and will compete in London today.

    300 Club shirt
    Image caption: 300 Club are competing in the Mens veterans category in London

    Blue Moon Walkers 3-0 Preston Vets

    Blue Moon Walkers have won their first game in the Walking Football category. 

    Here they are looking very pleased with their work...

    Man City Vets