If you love playing football but are over a BMI of 30 and are worried about getting burned for pace by whippet-thin wingers, we may have a solution for you.A five-a-side league has been set up for men who are considered 'obese' by the World Health Organisation.The league, organised by ManvFat, will run for 14 weeks and is free to play due to part-funding by Solihull Council.It is only open to those with a BMI over 30 - any lower and you will have to organise your own league.Andy Allsop, 23 stone, told BBC's Radio 5 Live that it was far more enjoyable than conventional weight loss programmes: We\u2019ve all been to weight watchers and slimming world and all sorts of stuff where you go, you pay your money, you get weighed and then you talk about how you\u2019re going to do better next week. This way you go and weigh yourself but you don\u2019t go and talk about it, you play on a football pitch. Weight is everybody\u2019s Everest that goes there, we\u2019re all trying our hardest. It\u2019s one of the few places you can back yourself for pace in the game! Listen to the full clip below:Andy plays for FC EGCO in the league, and put away a tidy backheel finish in a league match on 19 January.Watch the full clip, below:[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvLmxFRIFF4 expand=1]Nice work Andy, keep it up.If you live in the Solihull area and want to give the league a try, you can sign up at ManvFat.com. More: When this man was targeted by fat-shaming bullies, his girlfriend had the perfect responseMore: Quiz: Can we guess which Premier League football team you support?