Three Birmingham men have been charged with the manslaughter of an amateur footballer who died after being beaten up at a match.
Thomas Slattery, from Stockland Green, Birmingham, suffered fatal head injuries in the incident on April 3.
It was the 39-year-old married father-of-six's first game for his brother Edward's team St Joseph's. The side had just played Lozells AMG at a community centre in Kingstanding, Birmingham.
Mr Slattery, who was known as Tommy to his friends and had children aged between six and 21, was taken to Good Hope Hospital where he died shortly afterwards.
A forensic post mortem revealed that the Manchester United fan, who worked at Birmingham Halal Abattoir Ltd, in Digbeth, collapsed and died of head injuries.
A spokeswoman for West Midlands Police said: "Three men have been charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of Tommy Slattery."
The three men from Birmingham, aged 25, 27 and 29, have been bailed to appear before Sutton Coldfield Magistrates ' Court next Wednesday.