BRADFORD Disability Football Club is holding its third annual tournament on Sunday at Southfield Grange School.

Teams from all over the UK and one from Hamm in Germany will be competing in the five-a-side tournament.

Last year the tournament attracted 50 teams, but such was the success that this year over 60 teams have registered to play which has delighted the Bradford club.

The event kicks off at 10am when each team will be graded and judged on its ability.

Once grading is complete teams will be entertained by local bands, tombolas will be held and other forms of entertainment provided. Caterers will provide much needed food for those attending the tournament.

At 1pm the serious business of the group stages will kick off, with each team playing in its own ability range league.

Every team will pit their wits against other clubs in their group and at the end of the day a winner will emerge.

Teams range from the youngest juniors (under 12's) to open age level 1 teams and competitive games are guaranteed at all levels.

Following completion of the games trophies will be awarded by Bradford City legend Wayne Jacobs and former City player and Leeds United manager Paul Heckinbottom.

Established in 2001, the club enables access to football for anyone of any age, both male and female, with any disability whether it be learning or physical. It provides professional coaching to players of all ages, with varying disability levels.