To mark the end of Dundee's first six-week Tesco Bank Football Challenge programme, over 300 Primary 3 children braved the elements to take part in a fun festival.
Blackness, St Joseph's, Park Place, Craigowl, Downfield and St Andrew's Primary schools participated in small sided games at Eliot Road playing fields.
The first Tesco Bank Football Challenge Programme in Dundee has been welcomed by all of the schools involved.
The programme aims to get Primary 2 and 3 children involved in a variety of football activities and encourage healthy lifestyles.
The programme also creates links with the local Quality Mark football clubs to help get more young people involved in football.
Dundee City Council Football Co-ordinator Niall Nicolson said: "The Tesco Bank Football Challenge is a fantastic new programme. Not only does it offer young children a chance to learn basic football, social and physical skills, it also aims to encourage lifelong participation in physical activity. I would like to thank all schools for their support throughout the programme."
Scottish FA Football Development officer for Dundee, Gavin Tinley, said: "The programme has had a very positive impact within schools, with teachers being given a six-week coaching resource to continue teaching their pupils and share amongst other age groups. Ultimately the response from the children involved has been fantastic."
Well done to all the players who took part on the day.