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Match Reports

  • Chelsea Game 1 2006
    Saturday 6th May, Stamford Bridge

    Chelsea (Home) 4 Chelsea (Away) 5

    An outstanding 4 goals from Stephen Preston gave Chelsea Away a hard fought victory over the Home team in a thrilling start to the Chelsea FC leg of the Football Aid Championships.
  • Liverpool Game 1 2006
    Friday 5th May, Anfield, Att 107

    Liverpool (Home) 3 Liverpool (Away) 5

    Despite a late surge from Neal’s men, Liverpool Away held on for victory in an entertaining start to the Liverpool FC leg of the Football Aid Championships.
  • Liverpool Game 2 2006
    Written by By Chris Owen

    Every Liverpool fan dreams about it. A moment shared with so many heroes: that rush of adrenalin as you leave the tunnel behind.
  • Spurs Game 1 2006
    Match Report Tottenham Hotspur 2006

    Football Aid Championship, Game 1, 13:00pm, Tuesday 2nd May, White Hart Lane, att 146

    Spurs (Home) 2 Spurs (Away) 4

    Superb strikes from Gough, Dove and Aksoy and a confident finish from Buzzanca lit up the first game of the Spurs leg of the Football Aid Championships as Scales’ Away squad won in style.
  • Sheffield Wednesday 2006
    Thursday 27th April, Hillsborough, att 210

    Sheffield Wednesday (Home) 1 Sheffield Wednesday (Away) 5

    Striker David Board scored a double as Wednesday Away strolled to a 5-1 victory in the Hillsborough sunshine against John Pearson’s Home side in the Sheffield Wednesday leg of the Football Aid Championships.
  • Hearts 2006
    Football Aid Championship, Sunday 23rd April, Tynecastle, att 150

    Hearts 6 Hearts 4
  • Middlesbrough 2006
    Middlesbrough 1 – Middlesbrough 8

    Glorious sunshine set perfect conditions for the second game of the Football Aid Championships last Saturday. On arriving, the 28 excitable participants were delighted to meet their management teams for the day, Boro legends John Hendrie and Steve Vickers (Home) and Curtis Fleming and Robbie Mustroe (Away).
  • West Brom 2006
    Football Aid Championship, Saturday 22nd April, The Hawthorns, att 150

    WBA 5 WBA 4
  • Hibernian 2006
    Football Aid Championships, Sunday 9th April, Easter Road, att 250

    Hibs 6 Hibs 4

    Reilly’s Home side fought back from two goals down to claim a decisive victory over Preston’s men this weekend.

    1 cracking goal and a penalty from striker Wilson gave Hibs Away an early lead before Hibs Home rallied and levelled the score line before half time.
  • Newcastle United MC 2005

    28 Magpie Mad fans had the chance to perfect their passing, sharpen their shooting and toughen their tackling this summer as Football Aid’s newest venture, Practice, Perfect and Play: the Legends Master Class, made its debut at Newcastle United’s famed Academy on the 24th July.