Soccer Aid 2020: Olly Murs, Robbie Williams and Usain Bolt launch 8th charity match

3 March 2020, 00:01 | Updated: 3 March 2020, 08:15

By Tom Eames

Soccer Aid is back for 2020, and here's all the celebrity lineups, date and ticket details we know so far.

Robbie Williams, Olly Murs and Usain Bolt have launched the eighth charity football match in aid of Unicef, and it will return this summer at Old Trafford.

The match takes place at the Manchester United stadium on Saturday, June 6 - the first time the match will take place on a Saturday night.

Soccer Aid for Unicef co-founder and Unicef UK Ambassador Robbie Williams said: “It is a privilege to be a part of this game. I’ve been to parts of the world where this money goes and seen how desperately the assistance is needed by children – it brought me to tears.

"We can all help play a small part in making things better with Soccer Aid on Saturday 6th June at Old Trafford.”

Can I get tickets?

Tickets for the match are on sale today (March 3) and are priced at £20 each. A family of four (two adults and two children) can attend for £60.

Tickets can be found via

Olly Murs for Soccer Aid
Olly Murs for Soccer Aid. Picture: Soccer Aid/ITV

Who is playing?

So far, the teams are:

England XI:

- Olly Murs (captain)

- Tom Davis

- Joel Dommett

- Russell Howard

- Lee Mack

- Casey Stoney

- Kelly Smith

- Danny Jones

Manager: Sam Allardyce

Assistant: Robbie Williams

World XI:

- Usain Bolt (Captain)

- Patrice Evra

- Kem Cetinay

- Mo Gilligan

- Jaap Stam

- Roberto Carlos

Manager: Harry Redknapp

Soccer Aid 2020
Soccer Aid 2020. Picture: ITV

When will it be shown on ITV?

Dermot O’Leary will present the live show, with Kirsty Gallagher returning as pitch side reporter.

The show will be broadcast live on Saturday, June 6 on ITV and STV.

What happened last time?

Old Trafford last hosted the match in 2018, when Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison scored the winning penalty for England in a final shoot-out.

Last year, the match was staged at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge, with penalties again deciding the result – this time England losing out.

Since 2006, Soccer Aid for Unicef has raised over £38m to help give children a childhood full of play.

Last year, Soccer Aid raised a record breaking £7.9m. 100% of all public donations go towards supporting the vital work helping children grow up happy, healthy and able to play.