Soccer Aid for Unicef 2019

A new location for 2019

This year, for the first time, Soccer Aid is coming to London and will be hosted at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge.

What happened at Soccer Aid 2018?

Soccer Aid kicked off at 8pm on Sunday 10 June at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium. A star-studded England team, captained by Olly Murs, went head to head with Usain Bolt’s sparkling World XI.

After 90 minutes, the score was 3-3, so went to a nail-biting penalty shoot-out. England eventually lifted the trophy, beating the World XI 7-6 in a sudden-death contest, with actor Blake Harrison scoring the winning penalty.

Re-live Soccer Aid for Unicef 2018

From Eric Cantona’s return to Old Trafford to an unforgettable penalty shoot out – check out all the match highlights playlist below.

Thanks to your support Soccer Aid 2018 raised £6,746,557. Here's to another incredible match in 2019 - at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge.

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