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Summary

  1. Kingston Select/Sproatley win U14s Girls/Boys categories
  2. Cedarsfield/Aston Villa win Youth and Female Disability categories
  3. Wokingham/Liberties Vets win Walking Football and Male Veterans categories
  4. Wockey/Filthy Fellas win Female and Male Higher Education categories
  5. More than 40,000 players registered for the competition
  6. 96 teams made it through to the final
  7. 16 categories this year
  8. Free five-a-side competition's third year

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry, Georgina Burkoff and Andy Donley

All times stated are UK

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  1. See you tomorrow

    Wowser.

    What a day.

    There have been a whole load of brilliant matches today and eight very worthy winners.

    Everyone who has competed today has done themselves proud. They were all part of the final 96 out of the massive 6,000 teams that entered.

    We'll be right back here tomorrow for more of the same from 11:30 BST. 48 teams in eight more categories battling it out in the nation's biggest five-a-side competition.

    See you then!

    People's Cup
  2. What's coming up tomorrow...

    #PeoplesCup

    So we're about to wrap up here on day one of the FA People's Cup final, BUT don't despair, because we'll be right back in just 15 hours (gosh!)

    And here's what's on offer tomorrow:

    AM

    Under-16 Boys

    Under-16 Girls

    Adult Disability League

    Adult Disability Championship

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    Adult Disability Premiership

    Female Vets

    Adult Male

    Adult Female

    Disability female team
  3. CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

    #PeoplesCup

    At the end of an excellent day, let's take a look back at today's winners. 

    Under-14 Boys: Sproatley Juniors (pictured)

    Under-14 Girls: Kingston Select

    Youth Disability: Cedarsfield

    Female Disability: Aston Villa

    Walking Football: Wokingham UB50

    Men's Veterans: Liberties Vets

    Female Higher Education: Wockey FC

    Male Higher Education: Filthy Fellas

    Sproatley Juniors
  4. HIGHLIGHTS - Filthy Fellas turn it around

    Higher Education Male final

    It may have been the last final of the day, but there wasn't any sign of tiredness from the players in this match.

    The Filthy Fellas took on Pathetico and you can watch the highlights now!

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup 2017: Filthy Fellas fight back to win Higher Education category
  5. Thanks to the volunteers!

    #PeoplesCup

    The FA People's Cup wouldn't be possible without the help of amazing volunteers.

    Just like this wonderful group from a local club who have volunteered their time to help out at the finals today.

    Excellent work guys!

    volunteers at the FA People's Cup
  6. 'Football's football at the end of the day'

    #PeoplesCup

    Nick Pennington

    BBC Get Inspired reporter in Birmingham

    Referee Rob Parker tells us what it's like switching from playing to refereeing.

    I get the impression he'd rather be kicking balls than blowing his whistle!  

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    Video caption: Rob the ref interview
  7. Get Involved

    #PeoplesCup

    Congrats to Aston Villa indeed. They were brilliant all day and very worthy winners.

    Enjoy Wembley!

  8. HIGHLIGHTS - Wockey win in shootout

    Higher Education Female final

    It was all even between the Wockey FC girls and Nottingham Medics in the final of the Higher Education Female category.

    So, for the second time today we witnessed a penalty shoot out.

    Watch the highlights now!

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup 2017: Wockey wins the Female Higher Education category on penalties
  9. Get Involved

    #PeoplesCup

    Mr Sinclair himself was impressed with the play in the Walking Football category earlier.

    Tempted to join in, Trev?!

  10. Wokingham walk through to the final!

    #PeoplesCup

    Wokingham needed a penalty shoot-out to even reach the Walking Football final before beating Leeds Titans in the final.

    Watch that dramatic moment below.

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    Video caption: When Wokingham made it through to the walking football final
  11. Joy for Wokingham

    #PeoplesCup

    Wokingham UB50

    Wokingham won through in one of the most fiercely contested finals of the day, in a Walking Football final that saw the day's only sin bin and plenty of passion. 

    And they certainly celebrated with passion afterwards as well. Well-deserved mind.

    Enjoy you success lads!

  12. HIGHLIGHTS - Liberties defend title

    Male Veterans final

    Liberties Vets and Harraby took centre stage on the finals pitch for the final of the Male Vets category.

    After a tight match, the Liberties defended their 2016 title and will join the other champions on the trip to Wembley. 

    Congrats! 🥇

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    Video caption: Male Vets final highlights
  13. A day to remember for the Kingston queens!

    #PeoplesCup

    Kingston were the first winners of the day, beating Elita 5's in the Under-14 Girls final.

    tweet from David Fox
    Kingston girls split pic
  14. MATCH HIGHLIGHTS - Wokingham win

    Walking Football final

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup 2017: Wokingham beat Leeds Titan in Walking Football final in Birmingham

    So earlier on this afternoonWokingham UB50 took on Leeds Titans in the final of the Walking Football category.

    With a trip to Wembley up for grabs, it's all got very competitive.

    Watch out for the ref reaching for his pocket to pull out a... blue card!? (We've checked the official rules, and this means a 2-minute time-out).

    Wokingham came from behind to win it. Watch all of the goals in the video above.

  15. Post update

    Well that's it! All eight of today's finals have been completed.

    Don't go anywhere though. We have got the highlights from the last four finals of the day coming right up.

  16. Post update

    Also on the Filthy Fellas roster was a gent called Abdi, who was sporting an Arsenal shirt. 

    He's never seen his club live. Now he'll have tickets to see them in the FA Cup final at Wembley.

    You couldn't write it.

  17. CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

    Pathetico 1-3 Filthy Fellas

    It is!

    Filthy Fellas are led to victory by a goal and an assist by a man who has the audacity to call himself Messi.

    Messi, Filthy - they'll have to brush up smart in May because they'll be taking a trip to Wembley in May.

  18. GOAL - All over?

    Pathetico 1-3 Filthy Fellas

    What a tasty little finish this is!

    Messi with the assist, then another Filthy Fella - who isn't conveniently wearing a football shirt for me to dub him with a nickname - dribbles past his man and scores.

    Is that the final act?

  19. GOAL - MESSI

    Pathetico 1-2 Filthy Fellas

    Did I dare to question the powers of Messi?

    You can't keep players like that quiet for long. He beats his man and slots Thierry Henry-like across the goal.

  20. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Pathetico 1-1 Filthy Fellas

    It seems like Messi is actually being called Messi by his teammates... Anyway, Messi's touch lets him down in front of goal. Not often you can type that.

    It's all Filthy Fellas now though, and the Pathetico 'keeper is forced to tip brilliantly onto his bar.