Footballers waded via water as a part of an annual sporting custom in a Cotswolds village.
Monday noticed the return of the annual conventional River Windrush football match in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire.
The long-standing custom sees goalposts positioned into the shallow waters of the river, with the 2 sides – who’re each a part of Bourton Rovers Football Membership – enjoying a 30-minute recreation.
Proper from the beginning of the match, the footballers battled it out to achieve possession of the ball and appeared to make a splash with crowds, who seemed on excitedly.
One staff wore shiny orange tops with yellow shorts whereas the opposite donned a royal blue equipment.
Gamers bought caught into the motion rapidly, with many working via the river to assist team-mates and others making an attempt to deal with their opponents to inch nearer to the aim.
One participant was seen pushing two opponents out of the way in which as he tried to make a beeline for the web.
In a single significantly grizzly second, a gaggle of gamers had been seen making an attempt to get their foot on the ball together with the unconventional pitch as some took footage and others stared with anticipation.
A person carrying a costume and wig additionally made an look on the moist “pitch”, pointing in direction of one thing in the gap as one participant checked out him with confusion and one other hung his head in his palms.