Celtic were the first Club to sign up with Football Aid, and with the Scottish giant's support, other Clubs were quick to follow suit. As such, Football Aid's first season was a resounding success with 47 games played in 45 Clubs around the UK involving over 1200 players, 263 goals and 1 red card! Prominent Diabetes campaigner and Scotland legend Danny McGrain is the Club's Ambassador as well as Football Aid's Vice Patron. And over the years, with the support of Danny we have been able to call on a who's who of Celtic Legends, with the likes of Paul Lambert, Neil Lennon, Tom Boyd, Andy Walker, Darren Jackson, Tosh McKinlay, Joe Miller, Bobby Petta, George McCluskey, John Kennedy and Mark Burchill joining the normally ever present Danny on the pitch at Celtic Park, while the likes of Billie McNeill, Bertie Auld and Bobby Lennox have relished their roles as Managers.
2014 POST EVENT UPDATE
This year's matches at Celtic Park were a huge success, with our Hoops fans doing themselves proud in front of their enthusiastic supporters. We were also extremely fortunate to have Celtic Legends John Kennedy, Tom Boyd, Joe Miller and Mark Burchill on hand to demonstrate their expert playing experience and we'd like to say a massive thank you for their excellent support on the day.
2014 MATCH REPORTS
If you're interested in re-living your game there will be a full match report available in our Match Reports section soon. Note: Our team only get time to write reports and make them live after all our events are finished, so it may be late June/early July before they appear on the website.
AVAILABILITY FOR FOOTBALL AID 2015
Buy Now & Sponsored to Play positions are likely to be made available for Football Aid 2015 in late August 2014 and this year's players will receive advance notification by e-mail when positions are 1st made available. If you didn't play in 2014 and would like to be notified when we launch positions for next season, make sure and Register on the website or Contact Us with details of the games you're interested in.