Hosted by Soho Warriors, this year's adidas FANATIC event took place in London, and as per usual, it was a celebration of football, fashion and all things creative. The tournament brought industry standouts from a number of style and cultural institutions such as Complex, Ace Hotel, Footpatrol, VICE, i-D, BBC, Sneakersnstuff and more. The six-man teams competed in group stages during the day, as the evening welcomed the playoffs and eventual final between adidas Clubhouse and Sneakersnstuff. Fittingly, the match went into penalty kicks, with adidas taking home the trophy, winning 2-1.

Onlookers not only enjoyed the soccer action, but snacks and drinks as well as music and other means of entertainment were all provided during the social gathering and sporting soiree. Thankfully, Neil Bedford, the photographer behind the cover story of our latest magazine, was there to capture the event for those who couldn't make it. To get but a touch of what went down at adidas FANATIC London 2015, scroll through the imagery above.

Also, adidas Soccer is looking to outfit footballers with their new and impressive "No Dye" pack.

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