The charity football match has raised an incredible £4.2million through ticket sales and donations.
Two teams, England and Rest of the World, are made up of celebrities and professionals where they play a game of football to raise money for UNICEF.
— Soccer Aid (@socceraid) June 8, 2014
Airing live on ITV1 tonight, after the match, presenter Dermot O’Leary revealed the sum on money raised so far and to everyone’s surprise and pride, they all cheered.
This year saw the likes of Robbie Williams, Olly Murs, Marvin Humes, Jack Whitehall, Danny Jones and more play for England, managed by Sam Allardyce. While ROW saw Jose Mourinho managing, with players such as Nicky Byrne, Gordon Ramsey, Michael Sheen and others.
The result went to the Rest of the World after finishing with England 2-4 ROW seeing goals from both teams from Seedorf, Byrne, Phillips and Redknapp.
Congratulations to Soccer Aid for another extremely successful football match at Old Trafford to raise an amazing sum of money for charity!