Stars of Emmerdale, Hollyoaks and Coronation Street are to take on a team of ex-Sheffield United players in a charity football match.
Actors Jamie Lomas, Anthony Quinlan, Luke Roskell and Nico Mirallegro will be among those taking part in the match at Bramall Lane.
They will face a team of ex-Blades featuring Chris Morgan, Curtis Woodhouse, Craig Short and Keith Curle.
Others in the line-up include Chris Wilder, Dave Kitson and Leigh Bromby, with more names due to be confirmed.
Proceeds from the match on May 18 will go to Prostate Cancer UK and the Once Upon A Smile Foundation, which offers financial support and respite breaks to families who have suffered a bereavement.
Emmerdale star Danny Miller, co-founder of Once Upon A Smile, will be on the celebrities' team.
Danny said: "I can't wait to play at Bramall Lane. Sheffield was one of the first places we set out on the journey of charity football and it gives me great pleasure to play there again with me and the boys at Once Upon A Smile. It promises to be a great event."
Former Blades captain Chris Morgan, now a member of Nigel Clough's coaching team, said: "I'm sure all the players are keen to put on a Blades kit once again and the celebs will be looking forward to playing on the Bramall Lane pitch.
"The day, though, is all about raising vital funds for the two worthwhile charities and it would be fantastic to see as many people as possible come down and show their support. We hope it will be a great event to finish off a memorable season."
The match will be refereed by Howard Webb.Tickets cost £6 for adults and £1 for under-16s.
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Over 50s are now the fastest growing group of people living with HIV - with rates expected to double over the next five years.
It's five years since Donna Windsor-Dingle left Emmerdale, but tonight actress Verity Rushworth reprises the role and is set to shake up the Dales.
Daniel Harris has been to meet her:
After five years away, actress Verity Rushworth returns to the dales tonight. here she talks about what's encouraged her to resurrect the role of Donna Windsor-Dingle.
Veteran actor Dudley Sutton is joining the cast of Emmerdale more than 15 years after he first appeared in the rural soap as a down-and-out.
The 80-year-old Lovejoy star will play the ageing father of another new cast member, former Hollyoaks actor James Redmond, with the pair making their debuts next month.
Sutton said: "This will be my second appearance in Emmerdale as I appeared in 1997 as a tramp! It's great to be back in Yorkshire and I have fond memories of filming the Beiderbecke trilogy in the same building as Emmerdale is now filmed."
His character, William, appears when Ruby Haswell, played by Alicya Eyo, applies to work as his carer but does not realise he is the father of her former boyfriend Seb.
Redmond said: "Having taken a five-year break from acting to concentrate on stand up comedy, I am really looking forward to getting back on the horse. It will be great to join the cast of Emmerdale and Seb will be my first time playing a northerner."
Emmerdale's Michelle Hardwick who plays Vanessa Woodfield in the soap has been nominated for the Best Newcomer award at this years National Television Awards. The actress from Leeds spoke to Calendar this week.
Former Emmerdale actress and Dancing on Ice champion, Hayley Tamaddon, says returning to the ice after four years is a daunting experience.
The show returns to our screens on Sunday night.
Former Emmerdale actor Cy Chadwick has appeared before magistrates in Leeds this morning charged with sexually assaulting a child in the 1980s.
The 44-year-old, who played Nick Bates in the soap between 1985 and 1996, denied the charge. He was released on bail and is next due to appear at Leeds Crown Court later this month.
For more than 30 years Richard Thorp was a well-known and well-loved member of the Emmerdale cast , playing former Woolpack landlord Alan Turner.
His death in May came as a sad loss to the soap family and in tonight's episode viewers will see his character's funeral taking place, a fitting tribute to an illustrious career. Sally Simpson has more.
Members of the Emmerdale cast past and present, gathered this afternoon to pay tribute to the late Richard Thorpe, the soap's longest serving actor. who played Alan Turner, and died in May at the age of 81.
This afternoon, a memorial service was held for him at Leeds Minister - after his character officially bowed out of the soap last night. Michael Billington reports.