Soccer Aid 2024 LIVE: date, latest team information and how to follow footballers and celebrities flocking to Stamford Bridge for charity match

Soccer Aid is the world’s biggest charity soccer match, and it will be back this weekend.

As usual, an England XI made up of former players and celebrities will take on a World XI in the name of raising funds for UNICEF.

Soccer Aid is always a lot of fun


Soccer Aid is always a lot of funCredit: Rex

The game is hugely popular and attracts millions of viewers each year, as people get to watch some of the biggest names from years past compete against each other.

Last year, an incredible £14million was also raised with ex-pros and celebrities turning out for a night of fun.

There are also expected to be plenty of returns to Stamford Bridge, with Eden Hazard, Frank Lampard and Michael Essien all taking part in one way or another.

However, the most intriguing return is that of Mauricio Pochettino, who managed Chelsea until May 2024 before leaving after just one season.

Soccer Aid 2024: Date and how to follow

This year’s Soccer Aid will take place on Sunday June 9.

Kick-off at Stamford Bridge has not yet been confirmed, but is usually set for 7:30 p.m.

The match will be broadcast on ITV in England and STV in Scotland.

talkSPORT will have all the week’s build-up and regular updates from west London.

To tune into talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 via the website, click HERE for the live stream. You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, via your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.

Eden Hazard set to return to Stamford Bridge


Eden Hazard set to return to Stamford BridgeCredit: Twitter @socceraid

Soccer Aid 2024: How to buy tickets and donate

Tickets for the match are now sold out.

Prices started at £10 for children and went up to £50. For adults it was between £20 and £60. Premium tickets are also available at £80.

To donate money to Soccer Aid, simply click here to donate.

£100 could help UNICEF help 20 malnourished children get healthy with life-saving therapeutic food.

Former England cricketer Stuart Broad set to swap bowling for some football


Former England cricketer Stuart Broad set to swap bowling for some footballCredit: Getty

Football aid 2024: teams

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  • Jill Scott
  • Stuart Broad
  • Bobby Braiser
  • Sam Thompson
  • Paddy McGuinness
  • David James
  • Jermain Defoe
  • Karen Carney
  • Gary Cahill
  • Tom Grennan
  • Jack Wilshere
  • Joe Cole
  • Mr Mo Farah
  • Alex Brooker
  • Erin Doherty
  • Steven Bartlett
  • Danny Dyer
  • Theo Walcott
  • Ellen White
  • Minimize
  • Sam Quek
  • Eddie Hearn

England management and coaches

  • Frank Lampard
  • Harry Redknapp
  • Robbie Williams
  • David Marin
  • Vicky McClure
Lampard to return to Chelsea as England manager


Lampard to return to Chelsea as England managerCredit: Getty
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn announces he will star in Soccer Aid 2024 for England at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge alongside boxer Tony Bellew.
Pochettino will also be back immediately


Pochettino will also be back immediatelyCredit: Getty

11th World

  • Usain Boulon
  • edenic danger
  • Tommy Fury
  • Maisie Adams
  • diamond
  • Roberto Carlos
  • Martin Compton
  • Romain Kemp
  • Lee Mack
  • Theo Baker
  • Kaylyn Kyle
  • John Obi Mikel
  • Jason Manford
  • Petr Cech
  • Patrice Évra
  • Michel Essien
  • Alessandro Del Piero
  • Wayne Wayne
  • Michael Ward
  • Emmet Scanlan
  • Tony Bellew

World XI management and coaches

  • Mauricio Pochettino
  • Jesus Pérez
Bolt loves this event


Bolt loves this eventCredit: Getty
England have a real mix of stars on display


England have a real mix of stars on display

Soccer Aid 2024: What was said?

Former Chelsea and England midfielder Joe Cole spoke to talkSPORT’s Olly Clink about this year’s Soccer Aid.

He said: “It’s a lot of fun.

“It’s a win-win for everyone. You’re raising money for a fantastic cause, one that helps people around the world, and the fans love it.

“People connect as a family and sit and watch, and we all enjoy doing that.

“When you’re on the pitch it’s surreal. You look out and you’ve got Clarence Seedorf, then Max & Paddy, and then there’s Usain Bolt, it’s a surreal experience.”


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