— BBC Get Inspired (@bbcgetinspired) January 18, 2019
Bristol City Women played a 5-a-side match in fancy dress in order to publicise the FA People’s Cup, a small-sided competition for grassroots teams.
Costumes included a clown, a pirate, a domino, Where’s Wally and Nintendo character Luigi as the players staged a lighthearted game for BBC Get Inspired.
Are you up for the cup? #FAPeoplesCup
— Middlesex FA ⚽️ (@middxfa) January 14, 2019
The FA People’s Cup is “completely free to enter and welcomes male, female and disability players across 18 categories – ranging from 16+ through to veterans (over-35s)”.
After 12 fixtures, Bristol City lie 6th in the FA Women’s Super League with five wins, three draws and four defeats.
Manchester City top the table, closely followed by Arsenal, Chelsea and Birmingham City.