A key part of the Premier League Kicks programme is the pan-disability sessions it provides for young people to enjoy football.
The sessions cover a variety of disciplines, such as autistic, visually impaired and cerebral palsy football, and gives participants the opportunity to develop their skills and confidence.
Recently, this year-round work was celebrated at the inaugural PL Kicks Cup pan-disability tournament, which featured more than 150 young people from 19 Premier League, EFL and National League clubs.
"It's great that the Premier League are giving us opportunities to play football and represent [our clubs] in a PL competition," said one Derby County participant.
"It just shows that anyone can play football and get better."
PL Kicks is the Premier League's longest-running community programme, celebrating its 15th anniversary earlier this year.
It is delivered across England and Wales by 90 Premier League, EFL and National League clubs. Through football, workshops and mentoring, it provides opportunities to young people who may face barriers in their everyday lives.
To date, more than 440,000 young people have participated in PL Kicks.
Part 1: 'Premier League Kicks is bringing people together'
Part 2: How PL Kicks Cup gives young people the chance to shine
Part 3: PL Kicks inspiring girls to play the game they love
Part 4: 'PL Kicks Cup is life-changing for young people'