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Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2023: the ultimate charity football event returns to Old Trafford

Soccer Aid for UNICEF is set to return to Old Trafford stadium on Sunday, 11th June, with an impressive lineup and an unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on children's lives worldwide.
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This year’s event promises to be the biggest and best Soccer Aid yet, combining thrilling football action with unforgettable entertainment, all in the name of supporting UNICEF’s vital work.

With a star-studded roster of players and an electrifying halftime performance, Soccer Aid 2023 is an event not to be missed.

Soccer Aid 2023

You can get your tickets to this amazing event by clicking here.

Unprecedented lineup

Soccer Aid 2023 boasts an exceptional lineup that brings together a blend of football legends, current stars, and prominent celebrities, all united by their passion for the beautiful game and their dedication to the cause.

England’s team will be led by the inspiring Jill Scott, a Euro 2022 winner and popular figure who also conquered the jungle as Queen of The Jungle.

Joining her on the pitch are notable newcomers such as the charismatic Tom Hiddleston, the renowned actor Danny Dyer, the boxing sensation Tommy Fury, the chart-topping Stormzy, and the talented footballer Jack Wilshere, among others.

This year’s lineup also features returning Soccer Aid favourites, including the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt, the talented musician Liam Payne, the soulful Tom Grennan, the long-distance running legend Mo Farah, and the influential entrepreneur Steven Bartlett.

Not to be forgotten are the football expertise of Gary Neville, Karen Carney, Gary Cahill, and the acting prowess of Vicky McClure, all of whom add to the star power of this incredible event.

Emma Hayes, Assistant Manager of England, David Beckham, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and Vicky McClure, Celebrity Coach of England
Photographed by Ian Walton for UNICEF UK and Soccer Aid Productions.

A worthy cause

Soccer Aid for UNICEF is more than just a football match; it is a platform for change and hope.

The event’s primary objective is to raise funds and awareness for UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, to support their life-saving work for vulnerable children worldwide.

The funds raised through ticket sales, corporate sponsorships, and viewer contributions will be instrumental in providing crucial resources such as healthcare, clean water, nutrition, and education to children in need.

By attending or supporting Soccer Aid 2023, fans can actively contribute to creating a brighter future for children facing challenging circumstances globally.

Usain Bolt of World XI after winning Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2022
Photographed by Stuart Garneys for UNICEF UK and Soccer Aid Productions.

Unforgettable entertainment

Soccer Aid goes beyond the football pitch, delivering a captivating experience for fans both on and off the field.

In addition to witnessing the exhilarating match, spectators will be treated to an array of pre-match and halftime entertainment.

This year, Tom Grennan will make history as the first player in Soccer Aid’s history to also perform during halftime, enchanting the crowd with a magical rendition of his hit song “Here.”

The combination of pulsating football action and extraordinary live performances ensures that attendees will be thoroughly entertained throughout the night.

Martin Compston of World XI celebrates victory with a winners medal during Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2022
Photographed by Ian Walton for UNICEF UK and Soccer Aid Productions.

Join the Soccer Aid family

Soccer Aid 2023 offers an opportunity for fans and supporters to become part of the Soccer Aid family and contribute to a tremendous cause.

By purchasing tickets and attending the event, fans can witness the passion and talent of renowned footballers, celebrities, and musicians while making a meaningful difference in the lives of vulnerable children.

You can get your tickets by clicking here.

The electrifying atmosphere of Old Trafford, combined with the knowledge that each cheer and donation supports UNICEF’s efforts, creates a sense of unity and purpose that is truly inspiring.

Get involved and change lives

As Soccer Aid for UNICEF prepares to return to Old Trafford, the anticipation and excitement surrounding this remarkable event are palpable.

With a star-studded lineup, unforgettable entertainment, and a steadfast commitment to helping children in need, Soccer Aid 2023 promises to be the biggest and best charity football match in the world.

By attending or supporting this extraordinary event, fans can play their part in changing lives and creating a brighter future for vulnerable children.

Join thousands of fans on Sunday, 11th June, and be a part of something truly remarkable at Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2023.

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