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Sam Thompson and Bobby Brazier to make Soccer Aid debuts

OHMYGOSSIP — Sam Thompson, Bobby Brazier and Erin Doherty are to make their ‘Soccer Aid’ debuts in this year’s match.
The ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ winner, ‘EastEnders’ actor, and ‘The Crown’ actress will turn out for the England team against a World XI at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge stadium on Sunday 9th June.
‘Made in Chelsea’ star Sam said: “From watching Chelsea in the stands throughout my life, to walking out at Stamford Bridge and playing in front of thousands of fans!
“As pretty much everyone knows, I am a massive Chelsea fan, so I can’t quite believe this is actually happening.
“I know everyone must say this – but this is my actual dream coming true!
“I live around the corner from Stamford Bridge and have been to so many Chelsea games over the years, watching my heroes – I can’t quite believe I’m about to play with some of them.”
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard will return to Stamford Bridge to make his ‘Soccer Aid’ debut when he manages England alongside his uncle and fellow footballer manager Harry Redknapp.
Current Blues boss Mauricio Pochettino will take charge of the Soccer Aid World XI for the second year running.
Former Chelsea star Eden Hazard, ex-England cricketer Stuart Broad and ‘Gladiators’ star Diamond will also make their ‘Soccer Aid’ debuts, and returning stars will include Robbie Williams, Roman Kemp, Martin Compston, Lee Mack, Steven Bartlett, Paddy McGuinness, Alex Brooker, Tom Grennan and Maisie Adam.
Sports stars Usain Bolt, Jill Scott, Karen Carney, Jermain Defoe, Sir Mo Farah, David James, Tommy Fury, Gary Cahill, David Seaman, Roberto Carlos, Joe Cole and Jack Wilshere will also return to for the charity game.
‘Soccer Aid’ will air live on ITV1, co-hosted by Alex Scott and Dermot O’Leary, while Sam Matterface and Iain Stirling will provide match commentary.
Robbie Williams, who co-created the annual charity event alongside his pal Jonathan Wilkes, said: “Soccer Aid for UNICEF is one of the biggest sources of joy in my life.
“It is an amazing event. When we launched this nearly two decades ago, I would never have dreamed it would raise as much money as it has.
“The main reason the match continues to be such a success, is because the great British public continue to be so generous in supporting UNICEF’s work helping children around the world have happy, healthy, play-filled childhoods.
“Once again, I am kindly asking you to buy a ticket to the game on Sunday 9th June at Stamford Bridge – the line-up is as star-studded as ever! Thank you for all of your continued support.”
Soccer Aid for UNICEF takes place on Sunday 9th June at Stamford Bridge. Tickets are on sale now at

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