FREE Friday night football is continuing in Helensburgh to keep teenage feet busy during the summer.

The Midnight League football sessions at Hermitage Academy is designed for anyone aged 12 to 18-years-old.

Live Argyll teamed up with Police Scotland and the Ministry of Defence Police to get youngsters on the pitch and have fun while they're at it.

Constable Drew Omand, defence community police officer, told the Advertiser: "The midnight league has also been created to reduce anti social behaviour in the area through breaking barriers between the police and youngsters.

"If you are between 12 and 18-years-old and have a passion for football, then this is the perfect opportunity to show your skills.

"The Midnight League will also help you meet fellow young people with similar interests and make new friends along the way.

Helensburgh Advertiser:

"There will be a variety of challenging that take place including penalty shootouts, cross bar challenges and seven-a-side matches so plenty of fun and enjoyment to be had throughout. So bring your boots and come along."

A spokesperson for LiveArgyll added: "We believe it is a great initiative to give young people a safe place to take part in a Health and Wellbeing project on Friday nights.

"Not only are they getting to play football but are also building positive relationships with local youth workers, police and coaches."

The sessions will run throughout the summer on Fridays between 8.30pm and 10pm.

Young people can sign up by clicking on the link for the sessions.

The first football league was on June 23 and will continue until August 11.