Soccer Aid 2023 was held at Old Trafford, Manchester, England, on Sunday, 11 June 2023. The match was broadcast live on ITV and raised a total of £14,619,005 for UNICEF.
Old Trafford is the home stadium of Manchester United Football Club and has a capacity of 75,635. It is one of the most famous stadiums in the world and has hosted many important matches, including FA Cup finals, Champions League finals, and England internationals.
The Soccer Aid match is an annual charity football match founded by Robbie Williams in 2006. The game features a team of England celebrities and former footballers against World XI celebrities and former footballers. The proceeds from the match go to UNICEF, a United Nations organization that promotes children’s rights.
The Soccer Aid match is always famous and attracts a large crowd. The 2023 match was no exception, with over 70,000 fans in attendance. The match was also financially successful, raising over £14 million for UNICEF.
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On ITV1 and ITVX, you can watch live coverage of the match. The Soccer Aid 2023 line-ups have all been confirmed, with the likes of Danny Dyer, Tom Hiddleston and Paddy McGuinness just some of the familiar faces on the England Soccer Aid team line-up.
But when does the charity football match kick-off? RadioTimes.com brings you all the details you need to know about when Soccer Aid 2023 will go ahead, including the date, kick-off time and stadium.
When is Soccer Aid 2023?
Soccer Aid 2023 returns tonight, Sunday, 11 June 2023, traditionally the same weekend as it is regularly held.
Two encounters between England and the World XI during the height of the COVID pandemic took place in September, but now the world has opened up again, and timings have reverted back to normal.
What is the Soccer Aid kick-off time?
The Soccer Aid 2023 kick-off time is expected to be 7:30 pm. TV coverage starts earlier to showcase plenty of build-up to the big match.
We’ve got all the TV details below so you won’t miss a moment of the action.
How to watch Soccer Aid 2023 in the UK on TV
You can watch Soccer Aid 2023 live on ITV1 from 6:30 pm.
Fans can watch the game on ITV Hub via various devices, including phones, tablets and laptops.
There will be plenty of pre-game hype with an all-star cast of presenters, pundits, experts and celebrity guests to keep you entertained until kick-off.
Grennan and comedian Russell Howard missed their penalties in the shoot-out, and Lee Mack struck the winning spot-kick for the World XI.
England used to be the overall leaders of the series with five wins to the World XI’s two, but the World XI have now won four in a row, taking the scores to 6-5 in their favour across the event’s history.