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Match Reports

  • 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.
  • Norwich City 2004

    BrNorwich City game report.
    The away team won by 5 goals to 2 goals.
    Home
    Scott Whitmore
    Rob Butcher
    Away
    Aaron Crisp
    Jason Armes
    Steven Thompson x 2
    Jon Chatten
    Steven Thompson won man of the match for the away team and
    Ian Fitch won Man of the match for the Home team

  • Celtic Game 1 2003
    It was a sunny day in Glasgow, when 28 excited Celtic fans arrived at Parkhead. There were a mixture of nerves and anticipation, as they were waiting to take part in the Football Aid game, whilst making their debut at Celtic Park.
  • Celtic Game 2 2003
    Celtic Report Game Two
  • FC Barcelona 2003
    Kick Off - 11 am

    The excitement was almost tangible for all those arriving at Camp Nou in the morning of 12 July 2003. Football Aid was about to hold its first ever European event at Barcelona, and there were 30 excited fans waiting to play on one of the most famous pitches in the world.
  • Hearts 2003
    Kick Off 11am

    It was a day of mixed weather, as 28 players arrived at Tynecastle, nervously clutching their kit bags. Despite being nervous, these players were all very excited as they were about to take part in the final game of the Football Aid season.
  • Aberdeen 2003
    Games 1 and 2 Kick Offs 10.45am and 3pm

    This year’s Football Aid event, which witnessed two games being played on the hallowed Pittodrie turf for the first time, raised almost £14,000 for the charity, a fantastic achievement for all those involved.
  • Man Utd G1 & G2 2003
    1st Game Kick Off 10.45 am

    Thirty delighted fans arrived to the sight of Old Trafford still flying the Champions League flags, evidence that the final had been held just 3 days before.