England XI vs World XI: Soccer Aid 2019 Live TV channel, live stream, watch online, game time

England XI vs World XI: Soccer Aid 2019 Live TV channel, live stream, watch online, game time

Football’s back at Stamford Bridge tonight because the stars and celebrities of soccer Aid 2019 make preparations to play 

before a sold-out construction and lift cash for an honest cause in support of UNICEF.

England can battle it out against a global team as celebrities and former soccer stars desire the pitch for an honest cause – however, who can start victorious?

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This will the eighth edition of Soccer Aid, and also the 1st command at the Bridge. traditionally, 

Old Trafford has been its home, that sometimes meant a large contingent of former Manchester United stars turning up similarly. 

Accordingly, this year’s game means an oversized contingent of former Chelsea legends and players square measure showing.

Barring any unpunctual changes, it’s just like the event won’t frustrate.

 John Terry, Didier Drogba, archangel Essien, Joe Cole, economist Carvalho, valley Johnson, and Katie Chapman can all be concerned. 

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split between the Britain XI (officially captained by Mo Farrah) and also the World XI (officially captained by Usain Bolt).

Soccer Aid returns on Sunday for its eighth edition, with AN England team comprised of legends and celebrities set to require on a World XI captained by Usain Bolt at Stamford Bridge.

Should be fun!

Date / Time: Sunday, June 16, 2019, 19:30 BST; 2:30pm EDT; 12am IST (next day)

Venue: Stamford Bridge, SW6

On TV: ITV 1 (UK); 

Streaming online: ITV Hub (UK) — free to stream, but you do need a UK IP address

England XI managers: Sam Allardyce, Susanna Reid

England XI captain: Mo Farah
England XI Chelsea players: John Terry, Joe Cole, Glen Johnson, Katie Chapman
England XI non-Chelsea players: David Seaman, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp, Michael Owen, Rachel Yankey
England XI celebrities: Jeremy Lynch (F2 Freestylers), Mark Wright (TV actor), Joe Wicks (“The Body Coach” celebrity trainer), Ben Shephard (TV presenter), David Harewood (actor), Marvin Humes (singer, producer, DJ), Danny Jones (musician), Ant Middleton (TV personality), Lee Mack (comedian), Sam Claflin (actor)




 

World XI managers: Harry Redknapp, Piers Morgan

World XI captain: Usain Bolt
World XI Chelsea players: Didier Drogba, Michael Essien, Ricardo Carvalho
World XI non-Chelsea players: Julio Cesar, Roberto Carlos, Robert Pires, Robbie Keane, Eric Cantona, Rosanna, Francielle
World XI celebrities: Billy Wingrove (F2 Freestylers), Kem Cetinay (TV personality), Niall Horan (singer, songwriter), Martin Compston (actor), Danny O’Caroll (actor), Jack Savoretti (singer, songwriter), Roman Kemp (radio presenter), Locksmith (musician), Nicky Byrne (musician), James McAvoy (actor)

Source: Reuters

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