Pictures: International FC win the Wharf Cup at Powerleague
International FC won the inaugural Wharf Cup five-a-side tournament in style.
They brushed aside Revolution Karting 6-1 in the final and were deserved winners at the event at Crossharbour's Powerleague centre.
Kurtice Herbert fired them to victory, picking up the top scorer prize along the way.
But, in a host of competitive encounters, Revolution, made up of staff from the go-karting centre in Mile End, also impressed, as did the team from Canary Wharf's Reebok Sports Club.
Revolution's Carlos Rubio and Reebok's Alfie Wren won joint best players of the tournament.
In all, 10 teams took part in Friday evening's tournament with eight progressing to the knock-out stage.
After International's win, there were presentations, followed by networking over beers and barbecue.
Dan Silver, who works in digital advertising sales for the Daily Mirror, helped to bring a splash of colour to players' kit on the big night, with rainbow laces adorning football boots.
He said the fashion statement - organised by Paddy Power and charity Stonewall - was promoting the Right Behind Gay Footballers campaign.
He said: "It's a good cause and hopefully we will see all the footballers playing with them to represent kicking homophobia out of football."
See below for our photos from the event