The result

Michael Sheen's Rest of the World side won back the Soccer Aid trophy in spectacular style on 8 June with a drama-packed 4-2 win over England. Read the match report.

A huge Thank You to everyone who donated, raised money, and helped spread the word. So far, Soccer Aid has raised £5.3 million and counting for UNICEF's work with children around the world. That's amazing!

Meet the children

During Soccer Aid, UNICEF supporters and ambassadors including Lewis Hamilton, Dame Judi Dench and David Beckham shared stories of children's lives around the world, from Haiti to the Philippines.

Meet the children behind Soccer Aid 2014

Donate to Soccer Aid

The match may be over but you can still donate to Soccer Aid and help the world's most vulnerable children get life-saving food, medicine and clean water.

Every pound donated to Soccer Aid 2014 will be doubled by the UK government, up to a total of £5 million, so together we can reach even more children.

£5 could provide 75 children with safe drinking water for a month.

£25 could protect 93 children against deadly polio.

£50 could provide enough mosquito nets to protect 13 families from malaria, which kills a child in Africa every 30 seconds.

£100 could provide 238 packets of high energy biscuits to give children the nutrients they need in an emergency.

Donate now

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Michael Sheen's Rest of the World team celebrate a 4-2 win over England to regain the Soccer Aid trophy on 8 June. © Soccer Aid
Michael Sheen's Rest of the World team celebrate a 4-2 win over England to regain the Soccer Aid trophy on 8 June.© Soccer Aid