Manchester United and Everton will make history when they face each other in Wayne Rooney's testimonial on Wednesday, as it will be the first match between two Premier League teams to be streamed live on Facebook.
Rooney has only ever played club football for Manchester United and Everton, with the game marking the forward's 12 years service at Old Trafford.
All money received from the game will be split between four different charities. Claire House, Alder Hey, NSPCC and the Manchester United Foundation will all benefit.
Facebook has a global reach of 1.7billion people, with the game being available on Wayne Rooney's and Manchester United's official pages on the social media site.
I am delighted my testimonial game will be streamed globally, which will hopefully raise awareness and increase donations.
Wayne Rooney says United are ready to mount a challenge for the Premier League title this season.
Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, United have come up short in the league.
But with Jose Mourinho now at the helm Rooney believes this could be their year.
David Chisnall caught up with him at Alder Hey Children's Hospital which is set to benefit from his Testimonial match tomorrow night.
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The new England manager Sam Allardyce has refused to be drawn on Wayne Rooney's future as England captain.
In his first press conference since taking up the job, the former Bolton and Blackburn boss said it was too early to reveal his choice for captain ahead of the World Cup qualifying campaign.
"It's far too early to make any predictions," he said. "I'm going to leave that until we meet all the players and get all the coaching staff together and plan for the internationals in September. It's my first day in, I'm getting my feet under the table and meeting everyone."
The hotly-anticipated reunion between Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola has been delayed after Monday's International Champions Cup game between Manchester United and City was cancelled.
United boss Mourinho and new City manager Guardiola, who were fierce rivals while coaching Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively, were due to face off for the first time in almost three years when the Manchester clubs met in a friendly fixture at Beijing's Bird's Nest Stadium.
But heavy rain in the Chinese capital has rendered the pitch unplayable, with United revealing on Twitter that "tournament organisers and participating clubs have decided to cancel" the encounter.
Due to recent weather events, tournament organisers & participating clubs have decided to cancel tonight's International Champions Cup game.
A former United hero has backed the club's reported world record bid for Juventus star Paul Pogba.
Gary Pallister cost United 2.3 million pounds back in 1989.
27 years on and the Reds are prepared to spend 100 million on the French international.
Could he sign in time for the Community Shield on 7th August?
Pallister has been helping to find mascots for that game at a McDonald's event in Manchester today.
After leaving United on a free in 2012, he thinks Pogba would return as a world class player.
Manchester United have set off on their pre season tour of China.
United take on Borussia Dortmund in Shanghai on Friday and then head to Beijing for a friendly against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City on Monday.
England internationals Wayne Rooney, Marcus Rashford and Chris Smalling are included in the 25-man travelling party, so too David De Gea and Paddy McNair after also exiting Euro 2016 at the last 16.
Travelling squad: De Gea, Romero, Johnstone, Bailly, Blind, Fosu-Mensah, Jones, McNair, Rojo, Shaw, Smalling, Tuanzebe, Valencia, Carrick, Herrera, Januzaj, Lingard, Mata, Memphis, Mkhitaryan, A Pereira, Young, Keane, Rashford, Rooney.
It's a big sporting weekend for Wigan with football fans treated to the return of Premier League glamour.
On Sunday, Jurgen Klopp brings Liverpool to town for a pre-season friendly.
But before that, on Saturday, Wigan will host the small matter of Jose Mourinho's first match in charge of Manchester United.
Latics boss Gary Caldwell says he's looking forward to welcoming two of the world's best managers to the DW Stadium.
However, he admits their visit does mean he needs to get some better wine.