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Soccer Aid's Katie Chapman on why you should get out and play football

Katie Chapman, former Chelsea and England midfielder Photo: Soccer Aid for Unicef

Katie Chapman, former Chelsea and England player is among the first ever female players to take part in this year's Soccer Aid. She is supporting the Great Big Kickabout encouraging thousands of people to come together and play football for Soccer Aid for Unicef. The money raised will help make sure children around the world are happy, healthy and safe to play.

It's fantastic that we are able to inspire people to get out and play and that's why I'm delighted to be supporting the Great Big Kickabout. It's an honour for me to be involved in Soccer Aid for Unicef this year, especially as one of the first female players."

Katie Chapman will play for England in the charity match Soccer Aid Credit: Soccer Aid for Unicef

Goals centres around the UK are donating their pitches for the weekend of the 14-16th June encouraging families to sign up for a kickabout. As part of The Walt Disney Company's wider healthy living commitment to encourage kids and families to get active for every Great Big Kickabout booking they are donating £10 to Soccer Aid.

In the South and South East there are Goals centres in Portsmouth, Southampton, Heathrow, Reading and Dartford.

Former ITV Love Island winner, Kem Cetinay, is also taking part in this year's Soccer Aid, as Matt Price reports:

To find out how your school can take part in The Playground Challenge, visit