Soccer Aid is back for 2021 with a whole host of new and returning professional footballers and celebrities ready to take on an 11-a-side match to raise money for children’s charity UNICEF.
Wayne Rooney , Mark Wright and Paddy McGuinness are among the stars representing the Three Lions as they face off against World XI FC, with Usain Bolt, Kem Cetinay and Ore Oduba playing for the rest of the world.
This year’s event will mark Soccer Aid’s 10th charity football match, and all the money raised will once again go towards supporting UNICEF’s mission to support children around the world.
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But how do you buy tickets for Soccer Aid 2021 and how much do they cost? Here’s everything you need to know.
How do I get Soccer Aid 2021 tickets?
The England and World XI teams are already shaping up nicely, with James Arthur, Tom Grennan and Fara Williams among the Soccer Aid newcomers for this year’s match.
David Seaman, Micah Richards and Sven-Göran Eriksson are set to manage the England side, with Harry Redknapp at the helm of World XI FC.
If you’re wanting to see the match in person, tickets for Soccer Aid 2021 are available for purchase on the official website , but be sure to book your tickets sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.
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How much do Soccer Aid 2021 tickets cost?
Ticket prices range from £10.50 for an under 16s seat to £78.75 for a premium seat including a choice of pie and an alcoholic or soft drink and access to a VIP Concourse. If you fancy splashing out, you can also book hospitality packages from £199pp.
Here are all the different ticket types on offer, as well as how much they cost to book online:
Premium seats: £78.75
Category 1 seats: £63 for an adult or £31.50 for under 16s
Category 2 seats: £52.50 for an adult or £26.25 for under 16s
Category 3 seats: £42 for an adult or £21 for under 16s
Category 4 seats: £31.50 for an adult or £15.75 for under 16s
Category 5 seats: £21 for an adult or £10.50 for under 16s
When is Soccer Aid 2021?
Soccer Aid 2021 will kick off at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 4.
Don’t worry if you don’t manage to get tickets in time, as the event will also be broadcast live from Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on ITV and STV.
Joining presenter Dermot O’Leary is Alex Scott, who is making her Soccer Aid debut as pitch-side reporter. Returning pundit Maya Jama will also be on hand to give her take on the action.