Soccer Aid 2023: celebrities and ex-professionals taking part in Old Trafford charity match- including Jill Scott

Soccer Aid 2023 will involve the likes of England Lioness Jill Scott as well as Jack Wilshere and Danny Dyer 

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Many names of the celebrity world will be taking to the pitch at Old Trafford this weekend for Soccer Aid 2023. The match will once again be raising funds for children’s charity UNICEF. 

Amongst those taking to the hallowed turf will be former lioness Jill Scott and ex-Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere. Actor Danny Dyer will also be making an appearance. 

Rapper Stormzy will manage England, alongside Harry Redknapp, Emma Hayes, and Vicky McClure, who will face off against Line of Duty co-star and Rest of the World coach Martin Compston. The Scottish actor will be joined in the dugout by former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino and footballing legend Robbie Keane.

Full Soccer Aid 2023 line-up

The full player lineup for Soccer Aid 2023 has been released. Both the England and Rest of the World squads are below. 

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Soccer Aid line-up

Electrical suppliers AO have been announced as one of the principal partners of this year's Soccer Aid match. The charity fixture will once again take place at Manchester United’s home of Old Trafford. 

AO will be giving away branded thundersticks outside the stadium to help fans bring the noise throughout the showcase match. The official AO mascot – Bear – will be there to meet everyone as they arrive and fans will also be able to take part in a fun football challenge, getting the chance to try and beat a high score set by Soccer Aid stars.

Vicky Monk, group marketing director at AO, said: “We are proud to be the UK’s most trusted major electrical retailer and this sponsorship represents another fantastic investment for our brand, as well as a chance to support a great cause.”

 Soccer Aid 2023 will be broadcast live and exclusively on ITV and STV. Tickets are still available at £20 for adults and £10 for children through See Tickets.