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Last Updated: Thursday, 6 September 2007, 16:32 GMT 17:32 UK
Pictures as Your Game visits the PM

Security asking the All Stars for their autographs

The Your Game All-Stars arrive at Downing Street. Eight young people have been chosen to travel to Namibia to learn how sport is being used to address social issues.

The All Stars stand out in the crowd in their orange shirts

The All-Stars were invited to the State Room at number 11 for a reception to meet the PM before their trip to the Next Step conference in Africa.

Alistair Darling meets the All Stars

Chancellor Alistair Darling arrives to greet them. "This conference will be a fantastic opportunity to exchange views with people doing similar work right across the world," he said.

The newly appointed World Cup ambassador joins in the conversation

Former Sports Minister Richard Caborn spent the entire evening chatting with the young people.

Alistair Darling and the Your Game All Stars

"I can't wait to get out to Namibia and represent Liverpool, " said Zanyab Ahmed (left) who works hard in her beloved city to increase the participation of young Muslim girls in sport.

The All Stars joined by Tessa Jowell (left) and Sue Campbell (right)

The chosen ones posing with the Chancellor: David Connis, Terence Wallen, Karl Hall, Zaynab Ahmed, Kyle Stewart, Kate Wilson, Graham Lupepe and Jamal Othman.

The Prime Minister meeting the All Stars

The moment the All-Stars were waiting for as Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives with smiles all round.

The All Stars chat with the Prime Minister

Brown took plenty of stick for supporting Raith Rovers, a team some of the All-Stars had never heard of.

Terence Wallen, Kyle Stewartand Zaynab Ahmed with Gordon Brown

"He supports a Scottish team in the second divison; I told him I wasn't impressed," says Terence Wallen (left).

Your Game is a partnership between the BBC and the Football Foundation, supported by Barclays Spaces for Sports

The All-Stars were selected for the contributions they made to Your Game and work in their local communities.

The Prime Minister eyeing up the shirt

Brown receives his replica shirt while dreaming of being an All-Star, but isn't sure orange is his colour.

The new All Stars line up

The chancellor and Prime Minister sign for the All-Stars.

Sir Trevor Brooking is on hand to show his support

It was a great opportunity for the All-Stars to meet influential figures in politics and football including FA Director of Development Sir Trevor Brooking.

Terence Wallen and Kyle Stewart

And the visit wouldn't be complete without a snap outside the most famous door in London.



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11 Sep 07 |  Your Game


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