SOCCER AID is back again this year with another huge match-up between England and the Rest of the World.
And for the first time there will be a female captain as Queen of the Jungle Jill Scott leads out England.
Scott said: “The Euros, The Jungle and now Soccer Aid for UNICEF – it’s the holy trinity!
“I’ve won two of them, so just need Soccer Aid now to complete ‘The Treble’!
“I think of all three, this might be the one I’m most nervous about, though – just look at the names involved!”
“Buy a ticket, support this amazing cause and cheer us on!”
While fellow Soccer Aid debutant Jack Wilshere said: “I can’t tell you how good these legends are and I’m told a few of the celebrities are quite handy too!”
Soccer Aid for UNICEF has raised over £75m to help children all over the world.
Last year’s match raised a record-breaking £15m.
Old Trafford is playing host for the first time since 2018 – which was also the last time the Three Lions won the big charity match.
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When is Soccer Aid 2023?
Soccer Aid 2023 is taking place on Sunday, June 11.
74,000 fans are expected to attend at Old Trafford.
The match will be broadcast live on ITV 1, and streamed on ITVX.
A kick-off time has yet to be announced.
Who is playing at Soccer Aid 2023?
An array of debuting stars will be appearing at Soccer Aid this year.
They are Jack Wilshere, Jill Scott, Joel Corry, Bugzy Malone, Karen Carney and Gary Cahill.
While Usain Bolt, Sir Mo Farah, Paddy McGuinness, Jermain Defoe, Vicky McClure, Emma Hayes, Eni Aluko, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, David James, Tom Grennan, Lee Mack, Steven Bartlett, Alex Brooker, Kem Cetinay, Chunkz and Robbie Keane are all returning in June.
Dermot O’Leary and Alex Scott will again be presenting the match on ITV.
How can I buy tickets for Soccer Aid?
Tickets are available at socceraid.org.uk/tickets/
A family of four (two adults, two children) can attend for £60.