Belfast Interface Games culminate in flagship event
Young people from sectarian interface areas across Belfast will come together for the main event of the city's Interface Games.
Cross-community sports camps have been running over the past three weeks in the north, west and east of the city for children aged between nine and 13.
Its flagship event is being staged at Crusaders FC's ground on Friday.
Organiser Joanne Fitzpatrick said it was about "coming together as a team and presenting a united front".
She added: "It doesn't matter where we come from or what religion we are, we are here to play sport and have fun."
The initiative has been organised by the Belfast Interface Project, which represents 45 community organisations from nationalist and unionist areas, along with the Peace Players International charity.
The governing bodies for football, rugby and gaelic have all backed the games, and organisers hope it can be repeated in the future, in parallel with the forthcoming World Police and Fire Games and Commonwealth Games.
Children have taken part in events such as "a game of three halves", which mixed soccer, rugby and gaelic football.