Scotland has won the final of the Homeless World Cup in Paris.
The team, who were were ranked ninth going into the tournament, secured a 4-3 victory over first-time finalists Mexico at the Stade de Liberte.
The atmosphere at the match was described as "electric" on the Homeless World Cup website.
The event brings together players from a range of social projects across the world, including Street Soccer Scotland.
First Minister Alex Salmond said: "My heartfelt congratulations go to the Scotland team. This is a fantastic achievement and one that all those involved in the squad should be immensely proud of."
It is the second time Scotland has won the competition after lifting the trophy in 2007.
More than 60 national football teams comprising homeless and socially marginalised players took part in this year's tournament.
Mel Young, president and co-founder of the competition, said: "The impact of this competition is profound. It has engaged over 100,000 homeless people since it started with participants changing their lives for the better.
"The Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup is an opportunity for homeless people to move from being invisible to stand proud on a global stage, and to be true ambassadors for their country."