Usain Bolt and Mo Farah to feature in Soccer Aid vs England charity football game

MANCHESTER (June 10) — Olympic champion Usain Bolt and Mo Farah are among the standout names that will feature for the Soccer Aid World XI FC team that will take on England in the world’s biggest charity football match on Sunday (11).

Soccer Aid for UNICEF returns to the Theatre of Dreams in Manchester, and the fans can’t wait to see one of our best-ever line-ups that will be bringing celebrities from the sporting world and beyond together. – Read more: Highlights: World record holder Usain Bolt featured in charity football game for World XI

Where To Watch Soccer Aid World vs England Live?

Viewers in the United Kingdom will be able to watch the charity match on ITV 1, with coverage beginning at 6.30 p.m. local time. Game time is 7:30 p.m. in the UK Soccer Aid will also be available to view on STV, or via ITVX online. Meanwhile, fans in the United States the action from Old Trafford in Manchester at 2:30 p.m. ET. Follow live results and updates

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt, the world record holder over the 100m and 200m, an eight-time Olympic champion, plus an 11-time world champion, and a massive fan of Manchester United will be among the familiar face of Soccer Aid when he captains the team.

Joining him is four-time Olympic champion and six-time world champion Mo Farah from Great Britain, who can’t wait to show his skills on the football field as he continues to prepare for his competitive running career.

The Soccer Aid World XI FC will be led by Bolt, who will be hoping to build on the role after leading his side to victory last year. Lee Mack, Roberto Carlos, Nani, and Tommy Fury are also in the team that will be coached by new coach manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Meanwhile, Lionesses’ Euro 2022 winner and “Queen of The Jungle” Jill Scott will captain England as she makes her debut alongside fellow newcomers Tom Hiddleston, and Danny Dyer. The team also includes Jermain Defoe, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Francesco Totti, Gabriel Batistuta, Hernan Crespo, Patrice Evra, Gary Cahill, and Jack Wilshere.

Emma Hayes and Harry Redknapp are among those coaching the side.

England XI: Jill Scott (captain), Paddy McGuinness, Jermain Defoe, Karen Carney, Gary Cahill, Jack Wilshere, Bugzy Malone Tom Grennan Sir Mo Farah Alex Brooker Gary Neville Paul Scholes Chunkz Joel Corry Eni Aluko David, James Scarlette, Douglas, Nicky Butt, Liam Payne, Danny Dyer, Asa Butterfield, Tom Hiddleston.

Coaches: Stormzy Emma Hayes Vicky McClure Harry Redknapp David Seaman

Soccer Aid World XI FC Usain Bolt (captain), Lee Mack, Steven Bartlett, Kem Cetinay, Mo Gilligan, Maisie Adam, Tommy Fury, Heather O’Reilly, Kalyn Kyle, Noah Beck, Ben Foster, Roberto Carlos, Nani Francesco Totti, Gabriel Batistuta, Leon Edwards, Sam Claflin, Hernan Crespo, Patrice Evra, Niko

Coaches: Mauricio Pochettino Robbie Keane Martin Compston Mel C

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