JD Sports | September 3, 2020

Soccer Aid is Back for 2020!

Soccer Aid 2020 is back! Giving us an unforgettable game last year packed with goals, drama, celebs and some of the most iconic names in football, Soccer Aid is raising HUGE amounts of money for Unicef to make a difference for children and families all over the world.

Soccer Aid for Unicef is THE biggest charity football match and will take place at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United. Doing things a bit differently this year, the squads will hit the pitch for 90 minutes of unmissable play to raise vital funds to fight Coronavirus. This year you can kick back and watch the match from the comf’ of your sofa. This is not a game you want to miss!

Bringing together some of football’s finest legends mixed with celebrities, the former England manager, Sam Allardyce returns after taking charge of the England side in last year’s game, while King of the Jungle Harry Rednapp will pick up the baton to captain the reigning champs of the World XI side.

From actors to comedians, from Love Island icons to Brazilian football legends, expect a surreal encounter between England and World XIs.

All For Soccer Aid

While not a professional football match, the annual Soccer Aid game brings some fun to the sport! With the money raised each year, the funds are put towards the stop to coronavirus that is making life even tougher for families and vulnerable children all over the world.

Unicef is working to provide essential support, vaccinations and fun experiences for more than 80,000 children in Africa.

With the UK government matching every pound raised, Soccer Aid and Unicef are making a difference. Head over to the Soccer Aid website where you can continue to donate and show your support for fun!

JD Takeover!

With the stars and celebs shining on the pitch, JD is giving you the inside scoop with a LIVE Q&A tonight over on insta at 7:30pm! Featuring Love Island’s Josh Denzel (@joshdenzel) and everyone’s fave P.E teacher Joe Wicks (@thebodycoach), the guys will be chattin’ all things football with opinions and thoughts on this years game.

World XI team stole the show last year on penalties, will they win again? Stay locked to @jdofficial for the lowdown on the line up, LIVE interviews and more!




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