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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. Sherwood's lucky charm

    #PeoplesCup

    Genny Cotroneo

    BBC Get Inspired reporter in Birmingham

    Sherwood Colliery

    Sherwood Colliery brought their good luck charm with them today - mascot, Robin. 

    Just a little bit of fun before they get down to business and get ready to start their knockout rounds. 

  2. Under-14 Boys

    Who's playing today?

    And here are those Under-14 Boys teams. Who will win and take the prize of a trip to Wembley?

    • Finesse Academy
    • CS Colts
    • Peterborough RTC
    • Rovers FC
    • Sproatley Juniors AFC
    • Summertown Stars
  3. Under-14 Girls

    Who's playing today?

    So we've seen action from the Under-14 Girls and Under-14 Boys this morning. There are the teams who have reached the finals and are playing today.

    • AFC Leicester 
    • Elita 5s
    • Westway
    • Kingston Select
    • QPR Girls FC
    • St Ives Rangers
  4. CS Colts turn on the style

    #PeoplesCup

    Nick Pennington

    BBC Get Inspired reporter in Birmingham

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    Video caption: Sproatley Juniors bag a neat breakaway goal in the FA People's Cup Finals

    Local boys CS Colts score a slick breakaway goal but suffered a 4-2 loss at the hands of Sproatley Juniors who were the deserved winners in this round-robin Under-14 Boys match.

    A classy drag back from number four, David Silva-esque through ball to split open the defence and Harry Kane accuracy with the finish. 

    CS Colts, top work. 

  5. Get Involved

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    Let's hope the players bring their best game-faces today - on and off the pitch!

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  6. Get Involved

    #PeoplesCup

    PeoplesCup

    We are going to be doing our best to keep you covered with all of the action today but we can't do it all on our own.

    We need the help of all of you - the players, team managers, supporters and those of you following at home.

    Send us in your pre-match selfies, good luck messages, team line-ups, celebrations (and faces of disappointment), scores, goal videos, results - pretty much whatever you like!

    We'll feature the best of them right here on this page.

    Get involved on Twitter at #PeoplesCup or on the Get Inspired Facebook page.  

  7. Post update

    What a hit that is. A goal worthy of any competition. 

    Elita 5's have started strongly this morning, we'll have more on them later. Could they be the first FA People's Cup champions of 2017?

  8. What a goal

    Elita 5's 4-1 AFC Leicester

    Annika McDonald

    BBC Get Inspired reporter in Birmingham

    What a goal from Alyssa of Elita 5's to give her team a 4-1 lead against AFC Leicester. 

    This one ended 5-1. A good start for Elita 5's in the Under-14 Girls category.

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    Video caption: What a goal! Elita 5s score a screamer in the FAPC finals
  9. Post update

    In fact here are the Under-14 Girls arriving at the venue earlier on in Birmingham and getting warmed up (don't forget to warm up people).

    There have been plenty of goals flying in already so let's get straight to it...

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    Video caption: The Under-14 girls teams start their preparations ahead of the FA People's Cup Finals
  10. What's happening when?

    So, as you'll see below, the group stages in a couple of categories have already begun. All groups will be played in a round-robin format with the top four progressing to the semi-finals and final later this afternoon.

    Here's who is playing when.

    10:00 BST

    • Under-14 Boys
    • Under-14 Girls 

    11:45 

    • Youth Disability
    • Female Disability

    13:45 

    • Male Veterans
    • Walking Football

    15:30

    • Higher Education Male 
    • Higher Education Female

    The finals will be played following the competition of the group stages and we'll keep you posted on those throughout the day.

  11. Post update

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    We'll be right here throughout the day to keep you up to date with everything that goes on today in Birmingham.

    We'll have the goals, saves, highlights, results and all the other moments that make the People's Cup so special.

    Six teams qualified for today's finals in each of the 16 categories with eight playing today and eight on Monday.

    Don't go anywhere.

  12. Wembley awaits

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup Finals 2017 in Birmingham

    Hello there! 

    How are the nerves? Excited? We are and we're just writing about it.

    The nation's biggest five-a-side competition started back in February, then we had the regional semi-finals last month where 96 teams qualified for the grand final.

    Over the next two days those teams head to Birmingham, battling it out for two things money can't buy - eternal FA People's Cup glory and the chance to lift the trophy at Wembley Stadium.

    That's right, the winners will lift their trophy at half-time during the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal in May.

    Now get why we're excited?

  13. Post update

    Over 6,000 teams started the competition.

    Now we're left with the 96 teams who have qualified for the finals.

    The winners of each category will lift their trophy at Wembley.

    Who will it be? Let's find out.

    It's time* for the FA People's Cup Finals 2017.

    *Said in a dramatic voice like the XFactor guy. 

    Bobby Moore