On Sunday 17 April Peterborough United's Amputee team is playing two England Amputee Football Association (EAFA) National League fixtures at Huntingdonshire District Council’s One Leisure Outdoor Centre in St Ives.
Amputee football follows similar rules to football but allows teams to participate while using crutches or prosthetics.
The opposition for the day are the Portsmouth and Arsenal Amputee teams, who will also play each other at the Outdoor Centre on the same day.
Cllr Robin Howe, whose executive responsibilities include One Leisure, said: "It is fantastic that the One Leisure Outdoor Centre is used for National League games such as this. Good luck to all!"
Peterborough United's Amputee team will be playing the first game, which starts at 11am.