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Match Reports

  • 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 2 2005
    Sunday 15th May, Parkhead, Kick off 16.30, att 175

    CELTIC HOME 3 CELTIC AWAY 11
  • Celtic Game 1 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Sunday 15th May, Parkhead, Kick off 11.30, att 300

    CELTIC HOME 5 CELTIC AWAY 4
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.