A LIFE-SIZE table football game will be played at a Huddersfield pub on Sunday - Yorkshire Day - to raise charity cash.
Landlord Barry Dodsley, of The Yorkshire Victoria, on Lockwood Road, Lockwood, is installing a 40ft by 20 ft inflatable football pitch in its grounds.
Twenty five-a-side teams have signed up to play in the tournament.
Players will be strapped to rods which will span the `pitch'.
Barry said: "It's similar to a plastic table-top game - but with real people."
The attraction is being brought by Publico, who run a chain of pubs including the Yorkshire Victoria.
The match will form part of a family fun day at the pub, starting at noon.
Barry and wife Karen have been sponsored for £100 to slug it out in a sumo wrestling contest, clad in inflatable suits.
Local groups will entertain and a barbecue will offer tasty fare.
All proceeds will go to the Myasthenia Gravis Association, which helps people who have the `rag doll' auto- immune disease.