Polish Side Surround Ball, Walk It Towards The Goal And Celebrate In Style
From all 22 players kicking lumps out of each other in the centre circle to a celebration involving a moving car, a team in Poland are changing the game as we know it.
KS Cracovia, who are the oldest club in Poland, host an annual training game between the first and second team for fans to enjoy.
This tradition is almost 100 years old and in these games, things get a little out of hand.
And when I say out of hand, I mean both sides celebrate in really bizarre fashion while having a massive laugh among one another. Just check out some of these clips.
In other news involving a Polish legend, Jakub Błaszczykowski has left the Bundesliga for his boyhood club Wisla Krakow, effectively saving them from bankruptcy in the process.
With Wisla experiencing some serious financial difficulties the Polish winger is assisting the club financially, contributing around 1.3 million zloty (£300,000) of his own money to his former team so that outstanding wages can be paid.
Wisla were able to get their league licence back as a result of his gesture.
It was initially thought that the 33-year old would not be given a wage but now that he's officially signed a six-month contract, it's emerged that instead he will be on five hundred zlotys (around £100) - the absolute minimum salary for a professional footballer.
He captained the side in a friendly against Garbarnia Kraków at the club's training base on a home pitch that looked more like something me or you would play on in Sunday League.