Fleetwood Town Community Trust Study Programme students took part in an uninterrupted 12-hour football marathon on Friday to raise funds for Sport Relief.
The event was solely organised by the learners, who arranged logistics, teams, performed health and safety checks, with games taking place simultaneously between 8am and 8pm at Poolfoot Farm.
They also set up a GoFundMe page, which you can donate to by clicking here.
In addition to the student matches, activities throughout the day also included a penalty shootout and crossbar challenge for spectators and supporters to take part in.
Sport Relief encourages the nation to get active and raises huge amounts of money for those who need it most, fighting inequality and poverty.
The students have set a fundraising target of £1,000 and are closing in on their goal.