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Match Reports

  • Liverpool 2005
    28 men set out to Anfield stadium the 29th of May to live their childhood dream and play a full 90 minute game of football on the hallowed turf together with Liverpool legends Phil Neal, David Fairclough and Alan Kennedy by their side to manage and encourage them through out the game. It was a fantastic end-to-end match played in on an immaculate pitch with a highly vocal crowd.
  • Sheffield Wednesday 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Friday 20th May, Hillsborough, Kick off 17.30, att 200

    SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 0 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 6

    It was a busy day for Football Aid with the team split around the UK covering three big matches – Liverpool, West Ham Celebrity and Sheffield Wednesday.
  • Birmingham City 2005

    BIRMINGHAM CITY 0 BIRMINGHAM CITY 1

    After a much needed few days rest, the Football Aid team headed down south for the biggest weekend of the Championship so far. With 6 games organised over 4 days, the schedule was gruelling but as always fulfilling.

  • Man City Game 1 2005
    The 16th of May City of Manchester Stadium was boiling with anticipation and nervousness, when 28 Football Aid players were doing their debut on the hallowed turf in a 90-minute game together with legends Andy Hinchcliffe who managed and played in the Home team and David White who managed and played in the Away game.
  • Man City Game 2 2005
    The 16th of May City of Manchester Stadium was boiling with anticipation and nervousness, when 28 Football Aid players were doing their debut on the hallowed turf in a 90-minute game together with legends Andy Hinchcliffe who managed and played in the Home team and Ian Brightwell who managed and played in the Away game.
  • Celtic Game 1 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Sunday 15th May, Parkhead, Kick off 11.30, att 300

    CELTIC HOME 5 CELTIC AWAY 4
  • Celtic Game 2 2005
    Sunday 15th May, Parkhead, Kick off 16.30, att 175

    CELTIC HOME 3 CELTIC AWAY 11
  • Leeds United Game 2 2005
    In front of a loud cheering crowd the in the 14th of May at Elland Road, Leeds supporters lived their dream when playing a 90-minute game of football on the hallowed turf. By doing so they also contributed significantly to improve life for people with diabetes and other special needs.
  • Leeds United Game 1 2005
    In front of a loud cheering crowd the 14th of May at Elland Road, Leeds supporters lived their dream when playing a 90-minute game of football on the hallowed turf, dressed in a personalised Leeds strip and managed by legend John McClelland. They did not only live their dream, but also contributed significantly to improve life for people with diabetes and other special needs.
  • Arsenal Game 2 2005
    The 14th of May will be a day to remember for our energized players that were eagerly waiting to enter the dressing rooms at Highbury and grace the hallowed turf in a 90-minute game of football, to live their dream.