July 3 (UPI) -- A soccer game on the sidelines of the FIFA Women's World Cup in France this week lasted for 69 hours and broke a Guinness World Record.
Equal Playing Field, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women in sports, organized the game in Lyon -- which featured 807 players, including numerous professional athletes.
The game ended with a score of 404-369.
The nonprofit said it was successful in breaking the Guinness record for the largest number of players to appear continuously in a five-per-side match. Guinness required each player to spend at least 10 minutes on the field and touch the ball at least once.