We’re here to give you the Soccer Aid for Unicef Latest Line Up. However, we’re doing things a little differently this year and despite holding the game behind closed doors, we can promise you two star-studded teams who will take to the pitch to play 90 unmissable minutes and raise vital funds to stop coronavirus making life even tougher for vulnerable children.
Check out the latest Soccer Aid for Unicef line up…
Plus ITV family favourite Dermot O’Leary will present the live show with Kirsty Gallacher returning as pitch-side reporter.
Joe Wicks can't turn down Soccer Aid
When you get the call up to play for the England side at the Soccer Aid for Unicef match, it’s impossible to say no! It’s an amazing experience to play with some of football’s biggest legends and this years’ game is going to be particularly special. We know we are playing to help Unicef’s vital work to help stop coronavirus making life even tougher for vulnerable children around the world. You can play your part too by watching the match and donating.”