The wait is almost over. On Sunday, Soccer Aid will bring together football legends and celebrities for a very special football match.
Soccer Aid is returning to Manchester!. Football legends and celebrities will compete in a charity tournament to help children’s lives.
ITV reporter Tim Scott went to Africa to see how money raised at Soccer Aid in Old Trafford is being used to the help children in Chad.
Olly Murs and Paddy McGuiness on training for England and walking out onto the pitch at Old Trafford, raising money for UNICEF at Soccer Aid,
Westlife's Nicky Byrne a huge Manchester United fan talking about his training with Jose Mourinho ahead of the big game.
The Chelsea Manager is in charge of the Rest of the World team taking on England for Soccer Aid at Old Trafford tonight
Crowds gather in Manchester as celebrities arrive to play in this year's Soccer Aid at Old Trafford.
Michael Sheen, Gordon Ramsay, Paddy McGuiness just a few of the stars getting ready for the big charity game.
Soccer Aid takes places at Old Trafford this weekend, and a whole heap of celebrities are set to descend on Manchester.
The event is a huge charity football match between two teams of celebrities.
Singer Robbie Williams- who usually captains the England side- has had to step aside this year for reasons beyond his control.
Chelsea manager José Mourinho is to manage the Rest of the World squad as they take on England in Soccer Aid 2014 at Old Trafford.
The sporting event, in aid of UNICEF and the brainchild of Robbie Williams takes place on Sunday 8th June and will broadcast live on ITV.
José Mourinho said,
"I'm looking forward to beating Robbie Williams and Big Sam’s England team and raising money for UNICEF".
UNICEF UK Ambassador Robbie Williams will lead the England team with Welsh movie star Michael Sheen returning to captain The Rest of the World.
England's squad will star Homeland’s Damian Lewis, Olly Murs, John Bishop, Jonathan Wilkes and Doctor Who’s Matt Smith.
Michael Sheen’s Rest of the World squad includes Scottish actor James McAvoy, chef Gordon Ramsay alongside Westlife’s Nicky Byrne, and comedian Patrick Kielty.