How to watch Soccer Aid

When did the match take place?

Soccer Aid for Unicef kicked off at 8pm on Sunday 10 June at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium.

How can I watch the game now?

The full match with all the buildup is available to watch in the UK on the ITV Hub.

You can also relive the action and get behind the scenes at Soccer Aid for Unicef on our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Who played in Soccer Aid 2018?

A star-studded England team, captained on the night 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.

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England's Sir Mo Farah takes on Yaya Touré of the World XI at Soccer Aid for Unicef 2018. Photo: Unicef/Ian Horrocks

England's Sir Mo Farah takes on Yaya Touré of the World XI at Soccer Aid for Unicef 2018.
Photo: Unicef/Ian Horrocks

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