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Match Reports

  • Norwich City 2005
    Monday 25th April saw the Football Aid team down at Norwich City, fully recovered from the excitement at the weekend in Southampton. In near perfect conditions for football, 28 keyed up Norwich fans arrived at Carrow Road ready for the big day ahead.
  • Southampton 2005
    Football Aid’s Southampton game ended with exhilarating penalties leaving the Away team as the winners, although all players felt like champions on the day at St Mary’s. Both teams played fantastic with Managers John Sydenham and Roy Beasley offering coaching words from the touchline while Saints’ legends Ian Juryeff and Francis Benali were busy leading both of the teams on the pitch.
  • Hearts 2005


    On the 3rd of April Hearts fans played a 90-minute game together with their heroes (Club Legends) Jimmy Sandison, Alan McLaren and Scott Crabbe.It was a fantastic sunny day to remember for all the Football Aid players, their friends and families who cheered them on from the stand.
  • Aston Villa G1 & G2 2005
    The 26th of April will be a day to remember forever for the Villa fans that lived their dream when entering the hallowed turf of Villa Park for the two 90-minute matches.

    In Game 1 the home team won 4-2 and Game 2 ended with the result being 4-3 to the Away team. The successful scorers were:

    Game 1

    Home Team - 4
  • Crystal Palace 2004
    Selhurst Park played host on the 31st of August to the annual Crystal Palace Football Aid match in which almost £6,000 was raised by players' bids and donations on the day.

    Fans bid to play on the hallowed turf for teams managed by Kit Symons and Terry Bullivant.
  • Scotland Game 1 2004
    Saturday the 10th of July was an extra special day for a group of Scotland football fans of all ages. In the first event of it’s type, made possible by main sponsors BT and in association with the SFA, Football Aid was proud to stage it’s first ever International event at the home of Scottish football, Hampden Park.
  • Scotland Game 2 2004
    Even after the morning games, the pitch was still in fantastic condition when the two teams in Game 2 proudly marched out of the tunnel and lined up for the national anthem to be played for the second time that day. When the game kicked off at 2:30 PM the Home team were Captained and Managed by one of Football Aid’s finest ambassadors, Danny McGrain.
  • Hearts 2004
    The Final Score was a 2 -2 draw with Graham Finlay and Ross Donald scoring for the Home side with David Brown scoring twice for the Away side to make honours even at full time.

    Man of the match for the Home side was Grant Knight and the AwayTeam was Andrew Drury.

    The Home team won it on penalties 3 -1.

    HOME TEAM
    Graham Finlay - Saved
  • Aston Villa 2004
    Game 1
    The Away team won 5-4 with the Away Captain John Deehan scoring the winner in the last 5 minutes of play.
    Scorers
    Home
    Stuart Hayton
    Richard Castro
    Brett Davies
    Barnard Hayes (OG)
    AWAY
    (c)John Deehan x2
    Bernard Hayes
    Alan Caldicott
    Paul Martin
    Home MOM - David Melin
  • Southampton 2004
    Football Aid’s Southampton game ended with exhilarating penalties leaving the Away team as the winners, although all players felt like champions on the day at St Mary’s. Both teams played fantastic with Managers John Sydenham and Roy Beasley offering coaching words from the touchline while Saints’ legends Ian Juryeff and Francis Benali were busy leading both of the teams on the pitch.