Two cultures collided in North Wales as Brickfield Rangers hosted a Chinese team as part of a global soccer exchange.
For two weeks the BR in the Community coaches Andy Ruscoe and James Dimmick have welcomed a Chinese soccer exchange, designed to use football to learn about different cultures, in partnership with Coleg Cambria.
The Chinese youth exchange group, lead by Jin Li, took part in several training sessions and fun based, non-contact games during their stay in North Wales, which proved very successful.
Brickfield Rangers community director Andy Ruscoe said: "I would like to thank Natalie Roberts of Coleg Cambria for giving us this opportunity to deliver this project to such a brilliant group of children who were amazing from day one.
"I would like to thank Jin Li, who is an inspirational man, who believes in creating cultural partnerships, which we hope to continue.
"Hopefully this exchange will have once again put Welsh football on the map.
"Well done to everybody involved."