England v Rest of World XI – Soccer Aid 2018 – Live TV Coverage on ITV

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ITV will broadcast the biennial British charity event Soccer Aid this evening.

Kirsty Gallacher and Dermot O’Leary host live coverage of the biennial football match between teams of celebrities and professional athletes to raise money for children’s charity Unicef.

The game will take place at Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium, with England captain Robbie Williams taking on a team led by Usain Bolt.

The England team of Sir Mo Farah, Olly Murs, Paddy McGuinness, Joe Wicks, Michael Owen, Mark Wright, Wes Brown, Lee Mack, Andrew Flintoff, Myles Stephenson, Bradley Walsh, Phil Neville, Danny Murphy, Damian Lewis and David Seaman takes on the Rest of the World team of Gordon Ramsay, Clarence Seedorf, Robert Pires, Yaya Toure, Brendan Cole, Edwin Van Der Sar, Patrick Kluivert, Kevin Petersen, Dan Carter, Eric Cantona, Ashley Fongho, Jaap Stam and Martin Compston.

This will be the seventh Soccer Aid event, where England hold a 4-2 winning record over the Rest of The World.

Kick-off 8.00pm

There will also be live music from Jessie Ware.

You can donate to Soccer Aid via this link: mydonatetelethonsappeals.bt.com/donate/sa18

Posted on Sunday 10 June 2018
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