SOCCER AID FOR UNICEF MATCH BACK BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
The biggest charity football match is officially back and will take place this September at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United. We’ve pulled out all the stops to make sure the match can go ahead because we know it will stop coronavirus making life even tougher for vulnerable children and families everywhere. But this year, to maintain social distancing and keep everyone involved as safe as possible, you can watch the game from the comfort of your sofa on ITV and STV, instead of in the stadium.
Celebrities and former footballers will once again take to the pitch in an 11-a-side game between England and the Soccer Aid World XI FC. It’ll be just as competitive, just as entertaining and just as unforgettable. Jam-packed with celebrities and footballing legends, this is not a game you want to miss. We will be announcing who is taking part soon.
In a normal year, inspirational Soccer Aid supporters across the UK would be running incredible fundraising events too. We know that’s not so easy at the moment either – but you can still change kids’ lives by donating as you watch all the action at home.
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SAVE GENERATION COVID
Soccer Aid for Unicef is the world’s biggest celebrity football match, raising money to give kids the best start in life. But around the world, coronavirus is disrupting everything- it’s closing schools, stopping babies getting vital vaccines and making life in disaster zones even tougher. A whole generation of children are in danger.
Together we can help stop the spread of coronavirus and limit the impact on children’s lives. Every £1 you donate becomes £3 – up to £3 million – until 6 Oct 2020, thanks to the UK government and Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance.