Fair Oak Junior School's football team are celebrating after becoming the second best in the country at their level.

The finished runners-up in the English leg of the world's biggest youth tournament - the ESFA Danone Nations Cup finals - at the finals at Stoke City's Britannia Stadium.

Having triumphed earlier in the year in the county knockout rounds and the resulting South West regional finals, Fair Oak won through their qualifying group in the Potteries en route to losing 3-0 in the final to Victoria College.

Jon Stredwick, from Fair Oak Junior, said: "We're very proud of our team. They've worked so hard for many months to get this far.

"It's been an incredible experience for them to play at a Premier League stadium and being runners-up in a national tournament is such a fantastic achievement.

"It goes to show how far you can go if you work hard as a team and believe in yourself."