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Match Reports

  • Arsenal Game 1 2005
    The sun shone and Highbury was full of excited fans of all ages on the 12th of May, the day of the first Arsenal Football Aid game. The excited players were gathered outside the stadium eagerly waiting to enter the dressing rooms and grace the hallowed turf.
  • Crystal Palace 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Wednesday, 11th May, Selhurst Park, att 250

    Crystal Palace 0 Crystal Palace 5

    It was the most hotly anticipated match of the season and for all Crystal Palace fans a ‘dream’ result…
  • Everton Game 1 2005
    The 10th of May, Goodison Park was filled with anticipating football players who had waited for months to live their dream and play in a 90-minute football game dressed in exclusive personalised Everton strips. After a tour around the stadium, the players were shown to the dressing rooms where they shared tactics and changed before the match.
  • Rangers 2005
    RANGERS HOME 3 RANGERS AWAY 1
  • Blackburn Rovers 2005
    It was a mixture of nerves and anticipation in the air at Ewood Park the 9th of May when 28 football Aid players over took the stadium for their debut on the hallowed turf for a 90-minute game of football in front of friends and family on the stand.
  • Sunderland 2005
    Please Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances parts of the following match report are still tbc at this stage, if you played in this game and would like to help us confirm further details that would be much appreciated.
  • West Brom 2005
    Saturday 7th May, The Hawthorns, Kick off 15.00, att 220

    WEST BROMWICH ALBION 3 WEST BROMWICH ALBION 2
  • QPR 2005
    Thursday 5th May, Loftus Road, Kick off 18.00, att 130

    QPR 4 QPR 3

    Revitalised and refreshed after a day of rest from the eventful Spurs and West Ham games, the Football Aid team sped over to Shepherds Bush for the QPR stage of the Football Aid Championship on Thursday 5th May.
  • Spurs Game 1 2005
    White Hart Lane was filled with anticipating Football Aid players on Tuesday the 3rd of May. The day when they all go the chance to fulfil their child hood dream and run out on the hallowed turf of White Hart Lane and play a 90-minute game of football together with club legend Gary Stevens and fellow White Hart Lane hero Steve Sedgley.
  • Spurs Game 2 2005
    “Thanks for a brilliant time I thoroughly enjoyed it. My second time and I am doing it for my 40th next year too!! As always Football aid organise it so well. Tottenham was brilliant, the officials were top and your guys were great fun and so helpful. Thank you to the professionals too. I never thought being on the end of a 6-1 drubbing could still feel so good.”