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Two fathers from the south have set up a football team for dads who've lost their children.
More than 40 people have joined Sands United Solent Football Club in the six months since it was set up.
The grieving fathers play together, raise money for charity and also help break the silence around baby loss.
The team is part of a national network of fourteen squads, including one in Brighton.
They're supported by Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity that works nationally to support grieving parents.
Nick Lang was inspired by the success of the original Sands United team set up in Southampton.
Now fathers, uncles and grandfathers from as far afield as Chichester and Salisbury have joined the Solent team.
The founders hope it will give people the chance to talk about their experiences and help each other deal with grief.