Our 2nd Man City game of the day at the magnificent City Football Academy was every bit as exciting as the 1st had been, providing the watching fans with 13 goals and a lot more entertainment besides.
The Wolves 2015 game at Molineux kicked off in perfect conditions, with the playing surface looking immaculate and the sun shining brightly. The match lived up to the conditions as well, with a high standard match providing chances galore and plenty of great saves from both keepers as well.
There was huge excitement in the DW Stadium on the morning of Sun 10th May, as our Wigan Athletic players prepared to kick off the 1st ever Football Aid game at the stadium. The watching crowd weren't to be disappointed and were provided with 12 fantastic goals to cheer. The Home team ran out 8-4 winners in the end but both sets of players could be hugely proud of their efforts.
Our 2015 Celtic Game 1 was certainly one to remember, with an incredible 21 goals being scored during the 90mins. Unfortunately for the Home team they all came at their end… The Home team battled hard throughout and never gave up, however the Away team’s combination of high energy attacking football and rock solid defence never allowed the Hoops a chance.
Our 2015 event at Hillsborough was certainly one to remember, with the watching Owls fans being treated to a fantastic end to end thriller of a game in glorious sunny conditions. The impressive Away team ran out worthy winners in the end by 5 goals to 3, however the Home team pushed them all the way and both sets of players could be hugely proud of their excellent efforts.
As the Blues fans took to the pitch for the 2015 game at St Andrews there was an air of excitement in the air. The atmosphere was electric under the floodlights and the sizable crowd were looking forward to another great BCFC Football Aid game. They weren’t to be disappointed and enjoyed an end to end cracker of a game that somehow finished with just the 1 goal being scored!
There was huge excitement amongst the Hibs fans on the afternoon of Sun 26th April 2015 as they prepared for the 1st Football Aid game at Easter Road since 2006. Conditions were perfect and their fans were in fine voice as they took to the pitch, and those watching weren’t to be disappointed.
Monday 20th April was a historic day for Football Aid, as we were delighted to be able to present an England International at Wembley Stadium for the 1st time in association with EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company.