Why football can be such a touching and beautiful game

It was an interview that stole the hearts of people around the world on social media.

The father and daughter overcome with joy and emotion as Coventry City reached their first Wembley final in 30 years.

I came across Adam and Lily Sloman as they were leaving the Ricoh Arena after the Sky Blues beat Wycombe Wanderers 2-1 in February in the Checkatrade semi-final.

But little did we know that our post-match chat would be watched by hundreds of thousands on social media across the globe.

Adam and his dad at a Coventry City match

With Sunday's Checkatrade final against Oxford United well and truly on the horizon, I have this week been back to meet Adam and Lily at their home in Gloucestershire.

They explained to me just how much it meant to them to see their beloved team in the final.

Adam, who is 34, has been a Coventry supporter all his life. I was amazed by the sheer amount of Sky Blue memorabilia he has. As we were filming he unzipped a large suitcase - and inside - 60 Coventry City shirts! He has programmes, badges, newspaper cutouts, flags - anything Coventry City related - Adam surely has it!

Football is a game loved by millions. It can provide memories like no other. Adam has an extremely strong bond with his daughter, Lily, and it was lovely to see how football provides the two of them with so much happiness.

Sunday will be a special day for thousands of Coventry City supporters. And if Lily's prediction is correct it will be a memorable day for Sky Blues fans.