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England legend Jill Scott, ex-Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere and former Chelsea defender Gary Cahill are among the distinguished footballers who will be taking part in Soccer Aid 2023 when the hugely popular charity match takes place at a sold-out Old Trafford on Sunday.

A galaxy of high-profile athletes and celebrities are also playing, from legendary runners Usain Bolt and Mo Farah to former One Direction singer Liam Payne and award-winning actor Tom Hiddleston.

The event has raised more than £75 million ($94.3m) for UNICEF since 2006, providing vital funding to protect and support children around the world.

Soccer Aid 2023 is sure to attract a vast TV audience. Here’s how to tune in and when, as well as how to donate to the cause.

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How to watch Soccer Aid: Live stream, TV channel

Soccer Aid 2023 will be available to watch on TV and stream live in the UK. Fans can catch the action on channels ITV 1 and STV, or stream the event on ITV’s streaming platform, ITVX.

UNICEF UK Ambassador Dermot O’Leary will be joined by former Arsenal and England player Alex Scott to present the coverage.

Sadly for US audiences there are no TV or streaming services available but they will be able to follow live updates on the Soccer Aid social channels.

  TV channel Streaming
USA
UK ITV 1, STV ITVX

What time is Soccer Aid?

The event at Manchester United’s home begins at 5.30 p.m. local time, with TV and online coverage starting at 6.30 p.m. and kick-off at 7.30 p.m.

That means Soccer Aid kick-off is at 2.30 p.m ET in the US.

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How to donate to Soccer Aid

Donations can be made on Soccer Aid’s official website. Encouraging the public to show their support again this year, Soccer Aid co-founder and chart-topping pop star Robbie Williams said he was “so proud” of its development since it began 17 years ago.

“It’s an incredible achievement that will help UNICEF ensure children around the world get the best start in life,” Williams added of the fundraising total so far.



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