A café has helped young footballers look the part on the pitch by buying them new tracksuits.
The Nosherey, in London Road, Isleworth, shelled out £425 on new gear for Junior Bees FC.
The eatery's owner Mustapha Us agreed to help out after being approached by Markia Fogden, whose son Harrison plays for the club's under-eights.
She and her son are regulars at the café, often heading there after matches in Mervyn Road, Hanwell, for a celebratory or consolatory drink or bite to eat.
"They're all really excited about their new tracksuits and we're so grateful to The Nosherey for helping out," she said.
The Junior Bees are run by volunteers and enjoy a close relationship with Brentford FC. Former players have gone on to represent AFC Wimbledon, among other clubs.
Mr Us said: "It's great to see young people enjoying sport and I was delighted to be able to do my bit for the local team."