On Sunday 27 May, two teams of footballing legends and celebrities will meet at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium to help change the lives of children around the world, in a match to be broadcast live on ITV1.
The brains behind Soccer Aid, UNICEF Ambassador Robbie Williams, will once again lead England out against a Rest of the World team captained by actor Michael Sheen.
Joining them on the pitch will be Marvin Humes and Aston Merrygold from Britain’s biggest boy band JLS, world-famous chef Gordon Ramsay, presenter and DJ Jamie Theakston and footballing heroes Teddy Sheringham and Edwin van der Sar.
We'll be announcing more famous faces on our Soccer Aid page and on Twitter and Facebook soon.
"This is a remarkable event that can help vulnerable children all around the world”, said Robbie Williams, who'll be hoping to steer England to victory after the Rest of World lifted the Soccer Aid trophy in 2010.
Tickets for what is sure to be another fantastic match are available now from Manchester United's website and start at £5 for children. All profits from Soccer Aid go towards UNICEF’s work with children around the world.
To make a change for children today please donate online to Soccer Aid.