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Summary

  1. Over 500 teams taking part in semi-finals
  2. 15 different categories at over 20 different venues
  3. All bidding to reach finals on 27-28 April at St George’s Park
  4. Sunday AM – Male Championship Disability / League Disability / Premiership Disability
  5. Sunday PM – Adult Male

Live Reporting

By Kal Sajad, Genny Cotroneo and Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Post update

    We have Get Inspired reporters across the country today and they will be bringing us goals, celebrations and showcasing what fun can be had in five-a-side football.

    So if you see one of them, say hello.

    Let's hear from one now ...

  2. Congratulations!

    Congratulations to those who have already made it through to the finals ...

    • Tranmere Victoria in the Male Veterans category in Leeds.
    • Watford Hornets n the Mixed Walking Football category in Wimbledon.
    • Liberties Vets in the Male Veterans category, also in Wimbledon.

    You can see what it means to them...

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    Video caption: Liberties Vets through to finals
  3. Celeb of the weekend?

    Think you can beat this celebration from Football FC?

    Send them in using #FAPeoplesCup...

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    Video caption: Football FC lawn mower training celebration
  4. Post update

    Phil Reynolds

    BBC Get Inspired reporter at the venues

    We're under way in Kempston.

    Basildon Soccability watch on before their game against Cheshunt FC in the Adult Male Disability category.

    Basildon Soccability watch on before their game against Cheshunt FC in the FA People's Cup
  5. Post update

    There are also University Male and University Female categories, as well as Futsal, an indoor game, which is played by colleges.

    Who said students are lazy eh? Let's see how some of them are getting on ...

  6. What's in it for the winners?

    So, you get to play for fun, with your mates, and get fit. But if that's not enough, winners from today will go on to the finals weekend on April 27/28 at St George's Park - training base for the England national teams.

    Still not satisfied? Well, each winning team in the 15 categories will lift their trophy at the FA Cup final at Wembley in May.

    Like this lot did last year ...

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: The winners' 'outstanding' day at Wembley
  7. Hands up if you are ready?

    #FAPeoplesCup

    View more on twitter

    (we make that about an hour and a quarter - Sutton to Havant - of very excited people in a van down there!)

    screen grab of a tweet of a team about to play in the FA People's Cup with a team photo
  8. Get Involved

    #FAPeoplesCup

    Are you playing today? Or maybe you've popped along to one of the venues to cheers on your pals. Either way, we want to hear from you. Tell us how you're getting on, send us your good luck messages, pictures, and videos on social media using #FAPeoplesCup.

  9. The magic of the FA People's Cup

    The FA People's Cup is the nation's biggest, and most inclusive, five-a-side tournament. There are 15 categories, from Walking Football to several Disability competitions. In the first round we started with 4,500 teams in 240 venues. We then went down to 500 teams at 24 venues. By the end of today there will be 98 teams left.

    Sounds like serious business, but it's all about having fun and enjoying the beautiful game, no matter what level you're playing at.

    Here's a taster of what you can expect ...

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Great goals & original celebs from the first round
  10. Morning!

    Good morning and welcome to the FA People's Cup semi-finals. Just like it was during the first round in February, the sun is beaming on us again here at BBC Get Inspired HQ in Salford.

    We hope it's the same wherever you are today.

    But ... what is the FA People's Cup? ...

    FA People's Cup