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Live Reporting

Matthew Henry, Sian Roberts, Alan Beck and Georgina Burkoff

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all folks

    We've come to the end of the road.

    Just for tonight that is! We're ending our coverage of day two of the FA People's Cup round one but don't worry we'll be back again at 10:00 GMT on Sunday.

    In the morning it will be the turn of the Under-14 and Under-16 girls before the Adult Male category in the afternoon.

    Thanks to everyone for getting involved today. It has been a blast! 

    See you tomorrow.

  2. 'It's something we have dreamt of'

    Right at the end of today's action, we've just got time to congratulate Retro Rovers A on their victory in their Walking Football category.

    We'll see you in the semi-finals!

    Keep watching this video until the end. There's a great interview with Jan, who runs Retro Rovers and we have mentioned a few times today.

    It brings a tear to my eye.

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    Video caption: Retro Rovers A celebrate their FA People's Cup victory
  3. FA People's Cup highlights

    BBC Red Button

    If you want more FA People's Cup action don't miss next weekend's highlights show.

    It will be presented by BBC Radio 1Xtra's Nick Bright and if you've been competing - or sent us your videos - you may well feature!

    You can catch it on Saturday 4 March 13:00 GMT on the Red Button . If you miss it, don't worry. You'll be able to catch up on BBC iPlayer .

  4. And more winners...

    Male Vets:

    Larkhall  in Bristol North Team Full of Carraghers in Blackpool (pictured)

    Walking Football:

    Droitwich Spa in Perdiswell

  5. One sleep to go!


    Shirts hanging up ready, the  FC Bouncing Boys  are well prepared for the start of their FA People's Cup journey!

    Don't forget we're back tomorrow when over 3,000 (yes 3,000!) Adult Male teams play their first round of games up and down the country.

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  6. Basildon boys done well

    Congratulations to Basildon Soccability Under-16s - winners in their disability section today.

    Great work and good luck for the regionals!

  7. 'Champions' Boys from Nancy sack manager

    Win the title last year? Check.

    Vote of no confidence this year? Check.

    Coach sacked? Check. 

    Team-mates jumping ship? Check.

    No we're not talking about Claudio Ranieri...

    Following 6-0, 6-0, 7-0, 8-0 defeats  Boys from Nancy  have sacked their manager.

    You might recognise David, the club's captain. He's a star of TV and stage . Think Doctor Who, Silent Witness, W1A.

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    Video caption: You might recognise the captain of this team from the TV and stage!


    All that's missing from this fab little video is the champers...

    Well done to the COWs lads- you deserve to celebrate!

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    Video caption: GOWs lift the trophy lift after winning 3-1 on penalties
  9. No more Mr Grumpy

    Not really living up to your name with this generous tweet!

    Great effort guys and there's always next year.

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  10. Enjoying the sights


    It's the calm before the storm for Pieter Steketee as he enjoys an afternoon of sightseeing in Newcastle ahead of the big FA People's Cup day tomorrow.

    Don't stay up too late, Pieter!

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  11. Post update

    Nice work from our colleague Tom there.

    What he has failed to do us send us the previous seven attempts where he slipped, missed and made a right old fool of himself. 


  12. Crossbar challenge!

    Tom Gayle

    BBC Get Inspired reporter at the venues

    How to keep yourself entertained whilst waiting for the Walking Football final?

    Crossbar challenge, of course!

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    Video caption: How many attempts did this take do you think?...
  13. End of the road for Battling Fat Lads...

    Never mind, fellas. You've brought plenty of colour to People's Cup proceedings today.

    Keep on battling!

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  14. Winners!

    Tom Gayle

    BBC Get Inspired reporter at the venues

    Retro Rovers A have come out on top here against Retro Rovers B in the Doncaster Walking Football final.

    They're a step closer to Wembley, of course.

    Video and interviews to follow!

  15. A well earned drink

    Haddenham Rovers Old Boys are celebrating their victory today with a good old-fashioned....water?

    Drink up lads!

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  16. Winners, winners, winners

    Winners in Male Vets:

    Enforcers  in Plymouth Toilet FC  in Sutton FC Mahou in Chester

    Winners in Walking Football:

    Norwich City A in Norwich Port Vale in Stoke Abbeymead Rovers in Bristol North Colchester Utd in Ipswich Amlwch Town (Anglesea) in Chester (pictured - shame about the rugby, fellas!)

    Keep those results coming to #PeoplesCup !

    Amlwch Town
  17. Ones to watch... Boston United


    How has Dave Scotney and his Boston United walking football teams got on this afternoon? 

    They're coming into the People's Cup off the back of a first tournament win in Grantham last week, where one of their teams won all six matches.

    Have they managed to take that form into their group in Peterborough today? Let us know, Dave!


    Boston United
  18. 'Friendships formed and a family born'

    This is Jan Milner who runs the fantastic Retro Rovers teams - both of which have reached the Walking Football final in Doncaster today!

    She's written a brilliant poem about how the sport has turned her life around, we think you'll enjoy it...

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    Video caption: "Football is the people's game"

    Mike Bushell went to meet Jan recently to find out more about how she returned to football after health problems seemed to mean the end of her playing days.

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Walking football rekindled Jan's dreams
  19. Get Involved


    It's not all about the winners.

    The FA People's Cup wouldn't be the nations biggest five-a-side tournament without teams like yours.

    See you next year!

  20. Cup winners!

    Big congratulations to Rotherham United Community Sports Trust U16 Disability team , winners in the first round of the FA People's Cup in Sheffield.

    Keep it going, lads, and good luck in the semi-finals!

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