A pub in London is celebrating after winning the BT Sport Pub Cup in a thrilling match at the home of Leicester City.
The Gun from Hackney beat the defending champions, Liverpool's Liver Vaults, 5-3 on penalties after the match had ended in a 1-1 draw.
As a result The Gun wins free BT Sport for a year and £5,000 to spend on the pub.
Licensee Nick Stephens said: "It was a great game and could have gone either way. We are thrilled to be here and to win it is just brilliant."
This year 64 teams took part in the tournament that was held at a number of top football grounds across the UK. The Gun and Liver Vaults qualified after winning regional heats in London and Liverpool respectively before winning their sections at the semi-finals at the National Football Centre at St George's Park.
At the final at the King Power stadium, the teams were led by celebrity managers Robbie Savage (The Gun) and John Hartson (Liver Vaults).