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Match Reports

  • Derby County 2017

    The Football Aid season’s next stop was at the impressive Pride Park in the East Midlands, with the home of Derby County hosting a really competitive game.

  • Blackburn Rovers 2017

    On a sunny Thursday evening in Blackburn, the iconic Ewood Park was host to two sides battling it out in a competitive and entertaining game. With Rovers legend Kevin Gallacher returning to Football Aid 2017 and looking to make it back-to-back wins, it was another Rover legend, Chris Sulley and his Away team who came out on top.

  • Birmingham City 2017

    Tuesday night’s action saw Football Aid players compete under the lights at St Andrew’s Stadium, playing in a tight and closely contested game at Birmingham City’s home ground, with legend Jerry Gill and his Away team grabbing the win in the end against the mighty efforts of legend Darren Carter and his Home side.

  • Wolves 2017

    Friday evening football saw the Football Aid players take to the illustrious Molineux pitch on a sunny dry evening in Wolverhampton. Wolves Legend Adam Proudlock returned to avenge last year’s 4-2 defeat, and his Wolves Away team showed their dominance in the 2nd half, with fantastic displays from Rob Smith and Matt Lewis helping the team in Green to run out 7-2 winners.

  • England Training Day 2017

    The 1st event of the Football Aid 2017 season - the England Training Day at St George’s Park (SGP) - began at 09:30am with the players meeting in the Hilton Reception area.

  • Derby County 2016

    Held on a sun-filled morning on Saturday 18th June, our Derby County game at the club’s Moor Farm Training Ground, was the final game of the Football Aid 2016 season and it was a perfect way to bow out, with an open and entertaining contest which saw the Away team take the honours 1-7 in a game where both teams could be hugely proud of their efforts.

  • Newcastle United 2016

    Bank Holiday Monday saw the Football Aid season continue, bright and early at the home of the Toon Army, St James’ Park. An overcast morning was brightened up by a tense and exciting Football Aid game, which saw the Newcastle United Away side run out 3-5 victors.

  • Man Utd 2016

    One of the most iconic stadiums in world football awaited our Football Aid players on Sunday 29th May as Old Trafford hosted our annual Manchester United event. Played in lovely sunny weather throughout, the hugely entertaining, end-to-end game saw the Home side just hold on for an 8-7 win.

  • Sheffield United 2016

    After major pitch developments meant a break in 2015, Sheffield United welcomed Football Aid back in 2016 to the fantastic Bramall Lane stadium. It was certainly worth the wait though and with the new pitch in fabulous condition the rain didn’t stop the Blades fans serving up a thrilling game which saw the Away side just edge the result 4-5, after a stirring comeback under the floodlights!

  • Arsenal 2016

    Under the watchful eyes of Arsenal legends Liam Brady and Pat Rice, our Football Aid players played out a thrilling game at Arsenal’s state of the art London Colney Training Ground. The Wednesday morning game ended in a 3-5 victory to the Away side in a closely fought battle.