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WeShop are proud to have supported Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2023. 

WeShop were principal partners for the world’s biggest celebrity football match. Once a year, England take on their opponents, the Soccer Aid World XI FC to raise money for children across the world and give them the best start in life. Soccer Aid for UNICEF returns to Manchester on Sunday 11 June, with a legendary line-up of footballers, music artists, sportsmen, boxers, businessmen & many more entertainment icons. 

Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2023 Line Up

 Jill Scott (C) (Ex-footballer)

Paddy McGuiness (TV presenter)

Jermain Defoe (Ex-footballer)

Karen Carney (Ex-footballer)

Gary Cahill (Ex-footballer)

Jack Wilshere (Ex-footballer)

Bugzy Malone (Musician)

Tom Grennan (Musician)

Sir Mo Farah (Olympian)

Alex Brooker (Comedian)

Gary Neville (Ex-footballer)

Paul Scholes (Ex-footballer)

Chunkz (YouTuber)

Joel Corry (DJ)

Eni Alunko (Ex-footballer)

David James (Ex-footballer)

Scarlette Douglas (TV presenter)

Nicky Butt (Ex-footballer)

Liam Payne (Musician)

Danny Dyer (Actor)

Asa Butterfield (Actor)

Tom Hiddleston (Actor)

Management & Coaches

Stormzy (Musician)

Emma Hayes (Football club manager)

Vicky McClure (Actor)

David Seaman (Ex-footballer)

Harry Redknapp (Ex-football manager)

Soccer Aid World XI FC Badge

Usain Bolt (C) (Olympian)

Lee Mack (Comedian)

Steven Bartlett (Entrepeneur)

Kem Cetinay (Reality TV star)

Mo Gilligan (Comedian)

Maisie Adam (Comedian)

Tommy Fury (Boxer)

Heather O’Reilly (Ex-footballer)

Kalyn Kyle (Ex-footballer)

Noah Beck (Social media star)

Ben Foster (Footballer)

Roberto Carlos (Ex-footballer)

Nani (Ex-footballer)

Francesco Totti (Ex-footballer)

Gabriel Batistuta (Ex-footballer)

Leon Edwards (MMA star)

Sam Claflin (Actor)

Herman Crespo (Ex-footballer)

Patrice Evra (Ex-footballer)

Niko (YouTuber)


Management & Coaches

Robbie Keane (Ex-footballer)

Martin Compston (Actor)

Mauricio Pochettino (Football club manager)

Mel C (Musician)


What is Soccer Aid for UNICEF?

Created by Robbie Williams in 2006, Soccer Aid for UNICEF is the world’s biggest celebrity football match, raising money to help UNICEF’s work for children worldwide. Once a year, England take on their opponents, the Soccer Aid World XI FC. Supported by passionate fans in an iconic stadium and broadcast live on ITV and STV, the event harnesses the power of football to help make sure that children can have the best possible start in life.

The impact of your support.

Supporting children around the world

The money raised from this year’s game could help UNICEF fight malnutrition, keep children safe in times of crisis, and get them back to school. It could also help provide vaccines against preventable diseases such as polio, so all children can grow up happy, healthy and able to play. Together we’re protecting play for every child.

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