Two teams from Surrey County Council ran around Collingwood College's indoor pitch, in Camberley, for an exhausting 27 hours and 15 minutes (final score of 536 - 362) to raise cash for charity-setting the new world record for the Longest 5-a-side football game.
The players raised more than £1,000 for the Esher hospice, a portion of which will also go to the NSPCC.
Aaron Guiver, 19, who works in the council’s contact centre said: “It was a lot of fun although the players resembled the living dead as the hours passed.
"It really was a case of willing minds and failing bodies by the end but we made it and broke the record.
Denise Saliagopoulos, Surrey County Council cabinet member for community services and the 2012 games, said: "There must have been some sore legs and feet by the end but it was a terrific result.
"Both teams should be congratulated for their fantastic efforts in raising money for two such good causes. Well done to everyone involved."
The previous Guinness world record holders, 16 members of a central London church, played for 26 hours.