WATCH: Charity football match honours memory of Tunisia victim

A charity football match has taken place in memory of Black Country teenager Joel Richards. Credit: Family Handout

A 19-year-old referee from Wednesbury killed in a terrorist attack in Tunisia almost two years ago - along with his uncle and grandfather - was remembered today with a charity football match in his name.

Joel Richards from Wednesbury was a qualified referee and a keen football volunteer.

Two teams of celebrities played at Walsall FC, with money raised going to the Smile for Joel charity, providing help to families who've lost someone to murder.

Speaking on the event, Joel's mother, Suzy, couldn't be happier with it's location.

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