Just a week before the kick of of the world's most famous sporting events - the football World Cup in Germany - the final of an unofficial "World Cup" football tournament called FIFI took place in Hamburg.
Tibet, Greenland and Zanzibar were just some of the teams taking part in the unofficial "World Cup" event staged by FIFI (The Independent Football Association).
Other participants included teams from Gibraltar, Tibet and Greenland.
Not officially recognised by FIFA and therefore unable to access the official world championship event they set-up their own "World Cup".
Teams representing Turkish Northern Cyprus and Zanzibar qualified for the final.
With footballers arriving by parachute, the tournament showed the humorous side of the game.
But for the teams taking part in the final, it was a serious match.
"For me it's great fun here, everybody should have fun in this place but the players and especially the coaches are very nervous and they want to show their best so the fun is a bit off side," said Elton, FIFI tournament director.
After 90 minutes of play, Turkish Northern Cyprus won 4-1 on a penalty shoot-out.
This was FIFI's first World Cup tournament but organisers are hoping there will be more in the years to come.
The final coincided with Hamburg's love parade taking place just outside around the stadium with music and dancing expected to go on late into the night.