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Niall Horan, James McAvoy, Usain Bolt And More Played To Raise Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019

The World’s biggest charity football event came to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge in London last Sunday, June 16th. And for the initiative, UNICEF enlisted a star-studded line-up of football legends and various other celebrities to battle out on the pitch. The objective of Soccer Aid for UNICEF was to raise maximum funds so that health, happiness, and education can be ensured for more and more children. Over the years, the philanthropic project has helped millions of children across the globe through its defending play. And with its 2019 instalment, Soccer Aid for UNICEF will only furthered its commitment to its noble social cause. Niall Horan Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019 Didier Drogba Usain Bolt Winner

Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019: Stellar Teams Face Off In Battle To Raise Money For Children

The athletic showdown involved England facing off against World XI, a team crammed with high star-wattage celebrity icons. While big names including John Terry, Robbie Williams and Mo Farah were touted as the main faces for England, World XI. campaigned through its stellar line-up of international stars including, Niall Horan, Usain Bolt, and Didier Drogba. Fans could tune into the game for free on ITV. Additionally, the game was also available for live streaming on the ITV Hub.  Furthermore

Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019 Venue, Date, Time, Tickets

Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2019 importantly took place at. the Chelsea Stamford Bridge instead of the Old Trafford in Manchester this year. Interestingly, the venue wasn’t the only exclusive highlight of the upcoming game. Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2019 was the first match to be played in consecutive. years, along with being the first match to feature female players. Tickets for the charity match were available on the Soccer Aid website. Or people ordered them on the phone by calling 020 7386 2019. The typical cost of tickets were £10 for under-16s and £20 for adults. Niall Horan Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019 Didier Drogba Usain Bolt Winner

Who Won?

The energetic face-off between England and World XI did not conclusively subside as the whistles blew out. For England, Britain’s Got Talent’s Jeremy scored two goals in the first half. Shortly before half-time, Usain Bolt scored a goal for World XI. While England was unable to score a point through the entire second half, Kem scored another point for World XI; thus, equalising the scores by the end of the match.

World XI and England then participated in penalty shootouts to find a winner. Which ultimately resulted in World XI winning 3-1.

Soccer Aid Teams: Every Celebrity Playing

Each team will involved celebrities from every walk of the industry. These celebrities rallied together to elevate the living standards for children living in abject poverty across the globe. Every enlistment on each team, whether it be a player or a manager, carried an unsurmountable star power. And this ultimately empowered the cause by attracting several eyeballs towards the initiative.

World XI Squad

  • Didier Drogba – Chelsea legend in addition to
  • Usain Bolt – Former sprinter thus
  • Kem Cetinay – Love Island star moreover
  • Robbie Keane – Former Tottenham and Republic of Ireland striker hence
  • Michael Essien – Former Chelsea and Ghana midfielder furthermore
  • Niall Horan – One Direction singer Robbie Williams Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019
  • Ricardo Carvalho – Former Chelsea and Portugal defender
  • Martin Compston – Line of Duty actor
  • Danny O’Carroll – Mrs Brown’s Boys actor
  • Jack Savoretti – Singer Niall Horan Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019 Didier Drogba Usain Bolt 
  • Eric Cantona – Former Man Utd and France striker
  • Robert Pires – Former Arsenal and France midfielder
  • DJ Locksmith – Rudimental star
  • Billy Wingrove – Freestyle footballer
  • Nicky Byrne – Westlife singer
  • Roman Kemp – Capital FM presenter during
  • Rosana Dos Santos Augusto – Former Brazil footballer
  • Francielle ‘Franzinha’ Manelo – Former Brazil footballer
  • Roberto Carlos – Former Real Madrid and Brazil defender
  • James McAvoy – His Dark Materials Actor in fact

England squad

  • Robbie Williams – Soccer Aid co-founder
  • John Terry – Former Chelsea captain Hence
  • Mo Farah – Olympian
  • Jamie Redknapp – Former footballer so
  • Mark Wright – TOWIE star hence
  • David Seaman – Former Arsenal and England goalkeeper
  • Ben Shephard – TV presenter Hence
  • Michael Owen – Former Liverpool and England striker
  • Joe Wicks – Fitness coach  thus
  • Jamie Carragher – Former Liverpool and England defender
  • Jeremy Lynch – Freestyle footballer subsequently
  • Glen Johnson – Former Chelsea and England defender
  • Joe Cole – Former Chelsea and England midfielder moreover
  • Marvin Humes – JLS star turned TV presenter
  • Rachel Yankey – Former England and Arsenal winger
  • Katie Chapman – Former England and Chelsea midfielder
  • Danny Jones – McFly singer furthermore

Soccer Aid Team Managers

World XI and England each boasted a starry management team.  Former England manager Sam Allardyce reprised his role in the upcoming match, while Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid joined him as the first female manager of Soccer Aid for Unicef. So

World X1 saw I’m A Celebrity winner and former pro Harry Redknapp and Reid’s co-presenter Piers Morgan as its managers.  In fact Niall Horan Soccer Aid For UNICEF 2019 Didier Drogba Usain Bolt Winner