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Soccer Aid is a British charity event that has raised over £38 million in aid of UNICEF UK, through ticket sales and donations from the public. The event is a friendly-style football match between two teams, England and the Soccer Aid World XI (formerly Rest of the World (ROW) until 2018), composed of celebrities and former professional players representing their countries.

Soccer Aid
GenreCharity event
Created byRobbie Williams
Jonathan Wilkes
Presented byAnt & Dec (2006–08)
Dermot O'Leary (2010–present)
Kirsty Gallacher (2010–present)
Backstage:
Cat Deeley (2012–14)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series7
No. of episodes14
Production
Production location(s)Old Trafford, Greater Manchester (2006, 2010–18)
Wembley stadium, London (2008)
Stamford Bridge, Fulham, London (2019)
Production company(s)Initial
DistributorEndemol Shine Sport
Release
Original networkITV
TV3 Ireland (until 2018)
Virgin Media Sport Ireland
Original release22 May 2006 (2006-05-22) –
present
External links
Website
Soccer Aid
Founded2006
Number of teams2
Current championsRest of the World (3rd title)
Most successful club(s)England (5 titles)
Television broadcastersITV
Virgin Media Sport Ireland

Soccer Aid was initiated by Robbie Williams and Jonathan Wilkes, it initially took place every two years however from the 2018 edition is now held annually and is produced by Initial and distributed by a Dutch company that distribute the Dutch Eredivisie matches, Endemol Shine Sport.[1]

Television coverage began on ITV on 22 May 2006 in a show presented by Ant & Dec. Dermot O'Leary took over as main presenter in 2010. The event returned on 7 September 2008, won by England for a second time and again on 6 June 2010, won by the Rest of the World after a penalty shoot-out. England beat the RoW a third time on 27 May 2012 and RoW won for a second time in June 2014. England won for the fourth time on 5 June 2016 and a fifth time on 10 June 2018. On 16 June 2019, the title was won by a newly named World XI team. This fixture was the first to include female players as part of the squads.

Event detailsEdit

Year Winners Score Runners–up Venue Attendance
2006 England 2–1 Rest of The World Old Trafford, Manchester 71,960
2008 England (2) 4–3 Rest of The World Wembley Stadium, London 45,000
2010 Rest of The World 2–2
(7–6 p)
England Old Trafford, Manchester 65,493
2012 England (3) 3–1 Rest of The World 67,346
2014 Rest of The World (2) 4–2 England 65,574
2016 England (4) 3–2 Rest of The World 70,000
2018 England (5) 3–3
(4–3 p)
World XI 71,965
2019 World XI (3) 2–2
(3–1 p)
England Stamford Bridge, London TBC

Soccer Aid 2006Edit

2006 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
Dates22 May – 27 May
Venue(s)2
Final positions
Champions  England (1st title)
Runners-upRest of the World
Tournament statistics
Matches played4
Goals scored14 (3.5 per match)
Attendance71,960 (17,990 per match)
2008

ITV, 22–27 May 2006

Event scheduleEdit

  • 22 May 2006 – Start of the television coverage, presented by Ant and Dec. Rest of the World defeats England in a penalty shoot-out
  • 23 May 2006 – Practice match: England 1–0 England Legends (Craven Cottage, London)
  • 24 May 2006 – Practice match: Rest of the World 3–7 Scotland Legends (Craven Cottage, London)
  • 25 May 2006 – Rest of the World defeats England in a Football Quiz
  • 26 May 2006 – Coaches name starting line-ups for the match
  • 27 May 2006 – Soccer Aid Match: England 2–1 Rest of the World (Old Trafford, Manchester), attendance 71,960

The practice matches were over 60 minutes, with the Soccer Aid match over 90 minutes.

The competition was organised on behalf of UNICEF UK, with profits from the matches along with donations and sponsorship donated to UNICEF programs in Africa, Asia and the Americas.

England beat the Rest Of The World 2–1 with the goals coming from Les Ferdinand and Jonathan Wilkes, which put England into a two-goal lead but a handball inside the area from David Gray resulted in a penalty converted by Diego Maradona. Wilkes won the Man of the Match award.

England squadEdit

The England squad was managed by former England national football team manager Terry Venables, assisted by David Geddis and Ted Buxton. The original squad comprised 16 players, with Bryan Robson added later. A handful of the players, notably Angus Deayton, had previous celebrity international experience from the previous month's England v Germany: The Legends match in Reading, which Germany won 4–2. The England squad went into the match with no major injury worries. Their victory over a squad of ex-England internationals from the 1960s to 1990s on Tuesday morning was tempered with defeats to the Rest of the World in a penalty shootout and football quiz.

Celebrities

Legends

Rest of the World squadEdit

The Rest of the World squad was managed by Ruud Gullit, with Gus Poyet as his assistant. Captain Gordon Ramsay injured his leg in the early training sessions and was considered doubtful for the match. The original squad of 16 players, which later saw 2 changes, was supplemented by the addition of Diego Maradona during the buildup to the competition. Lothar Matthäus had appeared in the England v Germany: The Legends match the previous month.

The Rest of the World squad was wracked by injuries and withdrawals, and suffered from a lack of players. Desailly, Matthäus, Schmeichel and Ginola all arrived with only 2 or 3 days to spare before the match; Ginola arrived during half time of their warm-up defeat to the Scotland Legends on Wednesday afternoon, and Diego Maradona only joined the squad on the day before the match.

Also, Craig Doyle and Brian McFadden went into the match carrying knocks, which led to management members Ruud Gullit and Gus Poyet coming on as substitutes on Wednesday and in the match itself.

Celebrities

Legends

Other notable participants
The match was refereed by Pierluigi Collina, the Italian referee considered by many fans as the best referee of all time.[2]

The matchEdit

England2–1Rest of the World
Ferdinand   14'
Wilkes   20'
Maradona   75' (pen.)
Attendance: 71,960
GK David Seaman   45'
David Gray
Tony Adams
Ben Shephard
Robbie Williams (c)   85'
Damian Lewis
Paul Gascoigne   55'
Jonathan Wilkes
Bradley Walsh   55'
Les Ferdinand   52'
Dean Lennox Kelly   64'
Substitutes:
GK Jamie Theakston   45'
John Barnes   85'
Graeme Le Saux   55'
Jamie Redknapp   55'
Angus Deayton   52'
Bryan Robson   62'
Manager:
  Terry Venables
GK   Peter Schmeichel   45'
  Craig Doyle   45'
  Marcel Desailly
  Lothar Matthäus   45'
  Michael Greco
  Bryan McFadden   8'
  Alastair Campbell   45'
  Alessandro Nivola
  Sergei Fedorov
  Gordon Ramsay   11'
  Diego Maradona
Substitutes:
GK   Patrick Kielty   45'
  Ben Johnson   45'
  Dunga   45'   73'
  Gareth Thomas   8'
  David Ginola   45'   55'
  Ruud Gullit   55'
  Gianfranco Zola   11'
  Gus Poyet   73'
Manager:
  Ruud Gullit

Soccer Aid 2008Edit

2008 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
Dates7 September
Venue(s)1
Final positions
Champions  England (2nd title)
Runners-upRest of the World
Tournament statistics
Matches played1
Goals scored7 (7 per match)
Attendance45,000 (45,000 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Alan Shearer (2 goals)
  Paolo Di Canio (2 goals)
2006
2010

Event scheduleEdit

England v Rest of the World, at 19:30 just before kick-off Jonathan Ansell sang the footballing anthem "Nessun Dorma" whilst the players were introduced to Sir Geoff Hurst.

England squadEdit

The England squad was coached by Harry Redknapp, with Bryan Robson as his assistant manager.

Celebrities

Legends

Rest of the World squadEdit

The Rest Of The World squad was coached by Kenny Dalglish, with Ian Rush as player-assistant manager.

Celebrities

Legends

Other notable participantsEdit

The referee at the start of the match was Pierluigi Collina, who also refereed the previous match in 2006 and is regarded as the best referee of all time.[2] However, after Collina was injured in the first half he was replaced by Scottish referee Hugh Dallas. The process of two professional referees overseeing one half of the match each has since been maintained in subsequent series.

The matchEdit

19:30 BST
England4–3Rest of the World
Sheringham   9'
Shearer   45+1' (pen.)62'
Wilkes   81'
Di Canio   14'47'
Marini   43'
Attendance: 45,000
GK David Seaman   45'
DF Angus Deayton   43'
DF Des Walker   15'
DF Ben Shephard
DF Chris Fountain   45'
MF Danny Jones
MF Jonathan Wilkes
MF Jamie Redknapp
MF Craig David   45'   74'
FW Alan Shearer
FW Teddy Sheringham
Substitutes:
GK Jamie Theakston   45'
DF Graeme Le Saux   15'
Kyran Bracken   43'
Gareth Gates   45'   81'
Hugo Speer   45'   74'
Tom Felton   81'
Manager:
  Harry Redknapp
GK   Cláudio Taffarel   45'
DF   Gethin Jones
DF   Jaap Stam
DF   Gordon Ramsay   9'
DF   Santiago Cabrera
MF   Paolo Di Canio
MF   Luís Figo   45'
MF   Kenny Logan   65'
MF   Nicky Byrne
FW   Gilles Marini   60'
FW   Romário   81'
Substitutes:
GK   Patrick Kielty   45'
  Brian Lara   9'
  Franco Baresi   45'   81'
  Bryan McFadden   65'
  Rodrigo Santoro   60'
  Ian Rush   81'
  Alastair Campbell   81'
Manager:
  Kenny Dalglish

Soccer Aid 2010Edit

2010 Soccer Aid
 
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
Dates6 June
Teams2
Venue(s)1
Final positions
ChampionsRest of the World (1st title)
Runners-up  England
Tournament statistics
Matches played1
Goals scored4 (4 per match)
Attendance65,493 (65,493 per match)
Top scorer(s)  Jamie Redknapp (1 goal)
2008
2012

Soccer Aid 2010 was played on 6 June 2010. It was broadcast in the United Kingdom on ITV and presented by Dermot O'Leary.

England squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends

Rest of the World squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends

The matchEdit

England2–2Rest of the World
Redknapp   45+1'
Sheringham   61'
Calzaghe   64'
Hyypiä   78'
Penalties
Wilkes  
Little  
McGuinness  
Shephard  
Williams  
Lewis  
Murs  
Hatton  
Walsh  
Cooper  
Theakston  
6–7   Lara
  Byrne
  Filan
  Ramsay
  Jones
  Calzaghe
  Sheen
  Kielty
  Myers
  Baker
  Harrelson
GK 1 David Seaman   45'
RB 2 Ben Shephard   84'
CB 5 Martin Keown   45'
CB 4 Jonathan Wilkes
LB 3 Robbie Williams (c)   65'
RM 11 Olly Murs   65'
CM 6 Jamie Redknapp
CM 8 Damian Lewis   73'
LM 14 Ralf Little
CF 9 Alan Shearer
CF 10 Teddy Sheringham
Substitutes:
GK 13 Jamie Theakston   45'
DF 12 Patrick McGuinness   65'
MF 7 Nicky Butt   45'
MF 16 Dominic Cooper   84'
FW 17 Ricky Hatton   65'
FW 50 Bradley Walsh   73'
Manager:
  Harry Redknapp
GK 1   Jens Lehmann   45'
RB 2   Gethin Jones
CB 9   Henrik Larsson
CB 4   Sami Hyypiä
LB 3   Gordon Ramsay   78'
RM 16   Nicky Byrne   75'
CM 10   Michael Sheen (c)   45'
CM 11   Ryan Giggs   45'
LM 6   Joe Calzaghe   75'
SS 5   Zinedine Zidane
CF 8   Mike Myers   45'
Substitutes:
GK 20   Patrick Kielty   45'
DF 17   Brian Lara   45'
DF 18   Woody Harrelson   78'
MF 7   Luís Figo   45'
MF 12   Shane Filan   45'
MF 14   Simon Baker   75'
MF 15   James Kyson Lee   75'
Manager:
  Kenny Dalglish

Soccer Aid 2012Edit

2012 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
CityManchester
Dates27 May
Teams2
Venue(s)1
Final positions
Champions  England (3rd title)
Tournament statistics
Matches played1
Goals scored4 (4 per match)
Attendance67,346 (67,346 per match)
2010
2014

Soccer Aid 2012 was played on 27 May 2012, as something of a precursor to UEFA Euro 2012 and the 2012 Summer Olympics. It was broadcast in the United Kingdom on ITV and presented by Dermot O'Leary. Cat Deeley presented the backstage build up show before the main event.

England squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

Rest of the World squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

The matchEdit

England3–1Rest of the World
Sheringham   69'
Wilkes   72'
Phillips   89'
Report Pizzorno   22'
Attendance: 67,346
GK 1 David Seaman   45'
RB 2 Ben Shephard
CB 5 Martin Keown   45'
CB 4 Des Walker
LB 12 Paddy McGuinness   55'   63'
RM 7 Olly Murs   33'
CM 6 John Bishop
CM 8 Jonathan Wilkes (c)
LM 11 Aston Merrygold   76'
CF 9 Kevin Phillips
CF 10 Teddy Sheringham
Substitutes:
GK 13 Jamie Theakston   45'
DF 14 Graeme Le Saux   45'
MF 15 Marvin Humes   33'   89'
MF 16 Mark Owen   76'
DF 3 Robbie Williams   63'
MF 17 Jason Isaacs   89'
Manager:
  Sam Allardyce
GK 1   Edwin van der Sar   45'
RB 2   Michael Sheen (c)
CB 5   Jaap Stam
CB 16   Roy Keane   23'
LB 3   Gordon Ramsay   66'
RM 12   Gerard Butler   82'
CM 10   Clarence Seedorf
CM 8   Freddie Ljungberg
LM 7   Serge Pizzorno
SS 4   Will Ferrell   74'
CF 11   Mike Myers   52'
Substitutes:
GK 20   Patrick Kielty   45'
CF 9   Hernán Crespo   23'
LM 14   Joe Calzaghe   52'
MF 6   Woody Harrelson   82'
MF 15   Edward Norton   74'
DF 17   James McAvoy   66'
Manager:
  Kenny Dalglish

Soccer Aid 2014Edit

2014 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
CityManchester
Dates8 June
Teams2
Venue(s)1
Final positions
ChampionsRest of the World (2nd title)
Runners-up  England
Tournament statistics
Matches played1
Goals scored6 (6 per match)
Attendance65,574 (65,574 per match)
2012
2016

The 2014 match was played at Old Trafford on 8 June 2014.[3]

The main match was hosted by Dermot O'Leary with Kirsty Gallagher, and Cat Deeley presented the backstage build-up show before the main event. Caroline Flack presented from the BT Tower in London.[4] Match commentators were Sam Matterface and Graham Taylor, and Sol Campbell was a studio guest.

By full-time, the total raised for UNICEF was £4,233,019.[5]

England squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

Rest of the World squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

The matchEdit

England2–4Rest of the World
Redknapp   75'
Phillips   82' (pen.)
Report Seedorf   47'86'90+1'
Byrne   69'
Attendance: 65,574
Referee: Phil Dowd (Anthony Taylor 45')
GK 1 David Seaman   45'
RB 2 Marvin Humes   87'
CB 4 Jamie Carragher
CB 5 Des Walker   38'
LB 3 Paddy McGuinness   45'
CM 14 John Bishop
CM 15 Ben Shephard
RM 10 Olly Murs   72'
AM 8 Jonathan Wilkes (c)
LM 11 Danny Jones
CF 9 Kevin Phillips
Substitutes:
GK 13 Jamie Theakston   45'
CM 6 Jamie Redknapp   50'
AM 7 Matt Le Tissier   38'   50'
LB 12 Jack Whitehall   45'   87'
RM 16 Mark Owen   72'
LB 17 Stephen Moyer   87'
RB 18 Dominic Cooper   87'
Manager:
  Sam Allardyce
GK 1   Edwin van der Sar   45'
RB 2   Michael Sheen (c)   10'
CB 4   Sam Worthington  
CB 5   Jaap Stam
LB 3   Gordon Ramsay (vc)
CM 8   Edgar Davids  
CM 10   Clarence Seedorf
RM 11   James McAvoy   45'   83'   90'
SS 10   Alessandro Del Piero   45'
LM 16   Nicky Byrne
CF 9   Santiago Cabrera
Substitutes:
GK 20   Patrick Kielty   45'
RM 6   Mark Salling   73'   78'
CF 7   Andriy Shevchenko   45'
RB 14   Martin Compston   10'
RM 15   Jeremy Renner   45'   66'   90'
RM 17   Kevin Bridges   66'   73'
RM 18   Adam Richman   78'   83'
Manager:
  José Mourinho

Man of the match:

Match officials:

Soccer Aid 2016Edit

2016 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
CityManchester
Dates5 June 2016
Teams2
Venue(s)1
Final positions
Champions  England (4th title)
Runners-upRest of the World
2014
2018

The 2016 match was played at Old Trafford on Sunday, 5 June.[11] The main match was hosted by Dermot O'Leary and Kirsty Gallacher, with commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Chris Kamara.[12]

England squadEdit

Celebrities[13]
Legends
Coaching Staff

Rest of the World squadEdit

Celebrities[13]
Legends
Coaching Staff

The matchEdit

England3–2Rest of the World
Wright   50'
Defoe   65'77'
Report Berbatov   54'59' (pen.)
GK 1 David Seaman   46'
RB 7 John Bishop   56'
CB 6 Sol Campbell   46'
CB 23 Jamie Carragher
LB 5 Mark Wright   83'
RM 2 Ben Shephard   31'   52'
CM 4 Phil Neville   46'
LM 8 Jonathan Wilkes (c)
RF 11 Olly Murs   66'
CF 9 Robbie Fowler   46'
LF 10 Marvin Humes   46'
Substitutes:
GK 13 Jamie Theakston   46'
MF 17 Danny Murphy   46'
MF 14 Jack Whitehall   46'
MF 19 Kieron Dyer   46'
FW 18 Jermain Defoe   46'
DF 12 Paddy McGuinness   56'   83'
MF 15 Damian Lewis   66'
DF 16 Louis Tomlinson   83'
DF 3 Robbie Williams   83'
Managers:
  Sam Allardyce
  José Mourinho
GK 1   Dida   46'
RB 4   Matthew Morrison   73'
CB 2   Cafu   46'
CB 6   Jaap Stam   37'
LB 3   Michael Sheen (c)   25'
RM 11   Thom Evans   77'
CM 16   Nicky Byrne   81'
CM 8   Edgar Davids
LM 7   Serge Pizzorno   46'
SS 10   Ronaldinho
CF 15   Shayne Ward   76'
Substitutes:
GK 20   Patrick Kielty   46'
DF 19   Sean Fletcher   25'
DF 5   Fabio Cannavaro   49'   37'
DF 21   Gareth Thomas   46'
FW 9   Dimitar Berbatov   46'
DF 18   Rickie Haywood Williams   73'
FW 14   Niall Horan   76'
MF 17   AP McCoy   77'
MF 12   Iwan Rheon   81'
Manager:
  Claudio Ranieri

Man of the match:

Match officials:

Soccer Aid 2018Edit

The 2018 match was played at Old Trafford on Sunday 10 June.[14] The main match was hosted by Dermot O'Leary and Kirsty Gallacher, with commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Robbie Savage.

2018 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
CityManchester
Dates10 June 2018
Teams2
Venue(s)1
Final positions
Champions  England (5th title)
Runners-upSoccer Aid World XI
2016
2019

England squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

Soccer Aid World XI squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

The MatchEdit

England3–3Soccer Aid World XI
Bent   13'
Lynch   17'
Owen   82'
Report Keane   26'
Verón   43'
Seedorf   57'
Penalties
Flintoff  
Wicks  
Wright  
McGuinness  
Mack  
Harrison  
4–3   Bolt
  Fongho
  Pietersen
  Byrne
  Cole
  Christensen
Attendance: 71,965
GK 1 David Seaman   46'
RB 4 Mo Farah   46'
CB 12 Phil Neville   81'
CB 6 Wes Brown
LB 5 Mark Wright
RM 14 Myles Stephenson   54'
CM 13 Danny Murphy   46'
LM 8 Damian Lewis   42'
RF 7 Jeremy Lynch   66'
CF 9 Darren Bent   56'
LF 11 Olly Murs (c)   75'
Substitutes:
GK 20 David Harewood   46'
LM 18 Jack O'Connell   42'   70'
MF 23 Jamie Redknapp   46'
RF 16 Darius Vassell   46'
LB 22 Paddy McGuinness   54'
CF 10 Michael Owen   56'
RB 17 Blake Harrison   66'
CB 19 Andrew Flintoff   70'
DF 15 Joe Wicks   75'
CF 21 Lee Mack   81'
Manager:
  Sam Allardyce
GK 1   Edwin van der Sar   46'
CB 2   Ashley Fongho
CB 6   Jaap Stam   46'
CB 5   Kevin Pietersen
RWB 12   Danny O'Carroll   46'
LWB 14   Dan Carter   46'
CM 18   Juan Sebastián Verón   46'
CM 67   Martin Compston   77'
CM 42   Yaya Touré   73'
SS 7   Robbie Keane   46'   81'
CF 9.58   Usain Bolt (c)
Substitutes:
GK 16   Nicky Byrne   46'
DF 4   Claude Makélélé   46'
CM 8   Robert Pires   46'
SS 9   Patrick Kluivert   46'
CM 10   Clarence Seedorf   46'   81'
CM 20   Brendan Cole   46'
CF 7   Eric Cantona   73'
LWB 11   Hayden Christensen   77'
CB 3   Gordon Ramsay
MF 15   Ioan Gruffudd
Managers:
  Harry Redknapp

Man of the match:

Match officials:

Soccer Aid 2019Edit

The 2019 match was played at Stamford Bridge.[17] The main match is hosted by Dermot O'Leary and Kirsty Gallacher, with commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Graeme Le Saux. The game was opened by poet Hussain Manawer with his poem Game of Hearts.[18] The 2019 edition was the first to feature female players.[19] As in 2018, the referee was Mark Clattenburg. At half-time British singer and actress Rita Ora performed new song "Ritual" with British DJ Jonas Blue and Dutch DJ Tiësto, the first time a musician has performed at Soccer Aid. American actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks kicked-off this year's Soccer Aid.

2019 Soccer Aid
Tournament details
Host countryEngland
CityLondon
Dates16 June 2019
Teams2
Venue(s)1
Final positions
ChampionsSoccer Aid World XI (3rd title)
Runners-upEngland
2018
2020

England squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

Soccer Aid World XI squadEdit

Celebrities
Legends
Coaching Staff

The MatchEdit

England2–2Soccer Aid World XI
Lynch   19'37' [1] Bolt   43'
Cetinay   83'
Penalties
Shephard  
Wicks  
Wright  
Mack  
1–3   Wingrove
  Locksmith
  Cetinay
Attendance: TBC
GK 1 David Seaman   46'
RB 4 Mo Farah (c)   46'
CB 26 John Terry
CB 23 Jamie Carragher   82'
LB 5 Mark Wright
CM 17 Katie Chapman   57'
CM 2 Glen Johnson   62'   82'
CM 6 Sam Claflin   31'
RF 9 Jeremy Lynch   72'
CF 7 Danny Jones   57'
LF 11 Rachel Yankey   46'
Substitutes:
GK 20 David Harewood   46'
RF 14 Marvin Humes   31'   62'
CM 33 Ant Middleton   46'   87'
CM 11 Joe Cole   46'
CF 10 Michael Owen   57'
RB 3 Ben Shephard   57'
CM 8 Jamie Redknapp   62'
RF 15 Joe Wicks   62'
CF 95.80 Lee Mack   72'
CM 19 Alan Sexton   87'
Manager:
  Sam Allardyce
GK 12   Júlio César   46'
RB 4   Roman Kemp   31'
CB 14   Locksmith
CB 6   Ricardo Carvalho   46'
LB 8   Francielle   46'
RM 77   Rosana   46'
CM 5   Michael Essien   80'
CM 67   Martin Compston   43'
LM 8   Niall Horan   39'
CF 11   Didier Drogba
CF 9.58   Usain Bolt (c)   80'
Substitutes:
GK 16   Nicky Byrne   46'
CM 9   Billy Wingrove   31'   64'   80'
LM 17   James McAvoy   39'   60'
RB 12   Danny O'Carroll   43'
LB 3   Roberto Carlos   46'
CM 7   Robert Pires   46'
CF 10   Robbie Keane   46'
CF 9   Kem Cetinay   60'
CM 21   Jack Savoretti   64'
RW 7   Eric Cantona   80'
Managers:
  Harry Redknapp

Man of the match:

Match officials:

StatisticsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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