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Soccer Aid 2016 – Live TV Coverage on ITV

Soccer Aid 2016 – Live TV Coverage on ITV

Soccer Aid 2016 will take place later today live at Old Trafford, as footballing heroes team up with celebrities for an England v Rest of the World match.

Kirsty Gallacher and Dermot O’Leary will present live coverage of the big game in aid of Unicef on ITV from 6pm.

Robbie Williams takes a step back from the pitch this time around, instead choosing to be assistant manager to Sunderland gaffer Sam Allardyce and coach Bradley Walsh.

Their England team features former professionals such as David Seaman, Jamie Carragher and Robbie Fowler, plus stars including Jack Whitehall, Olly Murs, Paddy McGuinness and John Bishop.

Leicester City’s triumphant coach Claudio Ranieri manages the opposing side, which calls upon the talents of Ronaldinho, Dimitar Berbatov and other pros, lining up with captain Michael Sheen and a squad featuring Gordon Ramsay, Nicky Byrne, Serge Pizzorno and AP McCoy.

The match kicks-off at 8pm.

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Updated: Sunday 5 June 2016
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