A football team in Dorset is proving that being down on your luck is no obstacle to success.
The Bournemouth Churches Housing Association team - also known as BCHC - is made up of players who have experienced homelessness, or battled with addictions to drink or drugs.
This year they made it to a tournament cup final and won every single game on their way to the Sway Church's League title.
A few of their players have overcome personal battles as well.
Among them is 27-year-old David Coney who now has somewhere to live after being homeless earlier this year.
He says playing in the team alongside "good friends" gave him the motivation he needed to improve his life.
22-year-old Harry Walsh has been playing in the side since he was 17.
A few years he ago he represented England in the Homeless World Cup.
Harry, who was homeless for approximately two years, now has a home and a job.
He says being part of the team has helped his confidence and mental health.
The cup final will be last game of the season for the team.
It kicks off at 7:45pm this evening (24th April) at the county ground in Poole.
- Watch Richard Slee's report below