Players from special educational needs schools in East and West Dunbartonshire enjoyed a trip to Hampden Park and Toryglen Regional Football Centre last week.
The young players are part of the Young People’s Fund programme, which provides fortnightly coaching sessions with Scottish FA coaches, plus day trips and outings.
After a stadium tour and visit to the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park, the pupils from Merkland (East Dunbartonshire) and Kilpatrick (West Dunbartonshire) headed over to Toryglen for a football festival, where they were joined by pupils from Abercorn and Parkhill secondary schools in Glasgow.
Watch some of the action from the day, and find out more about the Young People’s Fund in our exclusive video - right.
The Young People’s Fund programme is a partnership between The Big Lottery Fund and East and West Dunbartonshire councils.
The Big Lottery Fund is a key Scottish FA partner, contributing £6m to the delivery of the Scottish FA Youth Action Plan.