England wins first ever eSoccer Aid
On Saturday 27th June 2020 England were victorious in the first ever eSoccer Aid for Unicef, beating the Soccer Aid World XI FC by a final score of 25-16. Throughout the evening the two teams competed in a series of 1v1 matchups on EA SPORTS FIFA20 all leading to a final Captain’s match-up where Usain Bolt held his nerve to record a 2-1 victory over Robbie Williams. Despite a personal victory for Usain he wasn’t quite able to score enough goals to overturn the deficit and Robbie was able to celebrate the victory for England.
How you can play as your own dream match
- To create and play with your own team you need to have access to FIFA 20 either on PC, PlayStation or Xbox
- Head into kick-off mode, and pick Team Soccer Aid World XI FC. With over 30 FIFA ICONS to choose from in our debut squad, who will be your first choice strike pairing? Who will be bossing the midfield?
- Why not tell your friends and play an online friendly!
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 will be matched by the UK government – up to £3 million – until 6th Oct 2020.