On a soccer pitch in a central London park, Sisterhood Football Club - a Muslim women's team - is making a substitution.
"Your hijab, tuck it in. It can't get in the way," a teammate calls out as the replacement player runs on.
For Abdullahi, Sisterhood's founder, the most important achievement of the club is the sense of togetherness among its members many of whom have become friends.
"I think the thing that honestly brings tears to my eyes is the fact that we've actually built our little community," Abdullahi said. "The name Sisterhood FC, it's not by accident like we have literally built a sisterhood."
(Photography and reporting by Hannah McKay; Additional reporting by Natalie Thomas; Writing by William Schomberg; Picture editing by Gabrielle Fonseca Johnson; Text editing by Alexandra Hudson; Layout by Marta Montana Gomez)