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How to watch Soccer Aid 2022 England vs World XI: kick-off, US TV channel, teams news

Soccer Aid 2022 is here! This year the cause is Aid for displaced children in Ukraine. Since Robbie Williams co-founded this charity event in 2006 Soccer Aid for Unicef has raised $16 Million by bringing celebrities and soccer legends together. This year’s event will feature celebrity players like Usain Bolt, Martin Compston, and Chelcee Grimes. Gary Neville, Liam Payne, and Chunkz will be among those representing England in the match. Dermot O’Leary will host the event with Alex Scott as the pitch side reporter and Maya Jama will be a pundit. This is a great event and it will be for a worthy cause. You can support the event by buying a ticket or donating to UNICEF directly.

Match Details:

Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

Time: 18:30 GMT and  2:30 PM EST

Location: Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

TV Channel: ITV and ITV Hub (UK)

Live Stream anywhere: Gamepass

Make sure you tune in and support this cause as it is a fundraiser for displaced children in Ukraine. All the coverage for the match begins at 6:30 PM BST or 1:30 PM EST this Sunday from the Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The match will air on ITV and ITV HUB in England. If you don’t have ITV or are out of the country you can stream the event on Gamepass

Players and Management

Line Up: England

The Three Lions will be captained by One Direction Liam Payne, who will make his Soccer Aid debut in London. “It doesn’t get much better than captaining England in Soccer Aid while fundraising for UNICEF,” said the X Factor graduate as the news broke.

Liam Payne (captain) Lucien Laviscount, Tom Grennan, Chunkz, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Joe Cole, Alex Brooker, Damian Lewis, Aitch, David James, Mark Noble, Mark Wright

Harry Redknapp (management) David Seaman (management) Emma Hayes (management)

Line up:  World XI

England’s rivals will be captained by Olympic legend Usain Bolt for the fourth time. Bolt famously won three gold medals at the London Olympics in 2012 – held at the London Stadium before it was converted into West Ham’s home.

Usain Bolt (captain) Martin Compston, Mo Gilligan, Chelcee Grimes, Patrice Evra, Steven Bartlett, Kem Cetinay, Andriy Shevchenko, Cafu, Carli Lloyd

Arsene Wenger (management) Robbie Keane (management)

This should be a fun match with a wide range of footballers and celebrities for fans around the world. If you can not attend the event directly you should strongly consider making a direct donation to Unicef. It is estimated that 7.5 million children have been affected by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, proceeds from this event will go to help them. You won’t want to miss your favorite popstar or olympic gold medalist scoring a goal! Make sure you tune in on Sunday and catch all the action live, Tickets can be booked directly via SEE Tickets

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