THE Albion Foundation has hosted The FA People’s Cup – a national competition that continues to change lives.
The free to enter football tournament welcomes male, female and disability players.
110 players took to the field for the disability section of the competition in an effort to reach the national final.
One of the participants, Terry Moore, has detached retinas, leaving him blind in the right eye and with 6/60 to 3/60 vision in the left, but that's not stopping him from continuing to play the sport he loves.
"The last thing I want to do is go through life and regret it," said Terry.
"I believe everyone here is doing the same thing with their conditions.
"It's not finding out about what they can't do, it's what exactly they can do.
"You don't realise it until you're actually kicking a ball what exactly you can do."
To get involved with the Foundation's pan-disability football sessions, please email email@example.com.