It was a bright and sunny morning for the Football Aid 2014 match at the famous Old Trafford ground and conditions were perfect for a good game of football. Both teams came onto the pitch with a sense of awe as they stood where their famous footballing heroes had stood over the years and they had it in their minds to try to the live up to the classic games that the great ground had seen.
The 2014 Football Aid fixture at St. James’ Park was a closely contested affair that saw a narrow win for the Home team. It was a game that featured solid defending from both sides, but this shouldn’t overshadow the attackers as the game also saw some cracking goals in both halves.
The 2014 Football Aid fixture at St James’ Park was a fine game of football that produced three sets of hat-tricks for the Away team. At the break the teams were very closely matched, with the Home defence managing to withstand the Away pressure by demonstrating some fine defending.
Our 2014 game at The King Power Stadium on the evening of the 15th of May proved to be an extremely tight match featuring two well matched sides. The game was a constant struggle for dominance on both sides with no side gaining the upper hand long enough to forge a convincing lead.
The 2nd 2014 Football Aid fixture at Goodison Park had a hard act to follow after the excitement from the morning but it lived up to the billing and kept all those watching on the edge of their seats throughout. The 1st half was the more exciting, as it was very evenly matched, with both teams having great chances to score.
The Football Aid fixture at Goodison Park was a hotly contested, even affair, but ultimately it went the way of the team that took more of their chances on the day. The Home team survived the Away onslaught with some solid defending from Legend David Weir and the rest of his backline, and some cracking saves from Alberto Marchese in goal.
The Football Aid fixture at The Reebok was a wonderful match of football that saw plenty of chances at both ends, particularly in the 1st half. The game started out with the Away team dominating the early phase of play, but it turned into an end-to-end affair and if it weren’t for goalies Jon Worrall and Richard Holloway the score at half time would’ve been a lot different from 1-2.
The weather was bright and clear on the morning of the 14th of May for the Football Aid 2014 fixture at The City Ground. The ground played host to a great game of football as the evenly matched teams battled it out with a surprising result.
The 1st Football Aid fixture at the Valley since 2010 was a closely fought game that saw some wonderful offensive and defensive performances. There were only 2 goals in the 1st half despite the post being hit an unbelievable 5 times, however, it was the tight defences and quality saves from stand-in keeper Tom Markham that kept the Home team out. In the 2nd half it was a different story.
The 1st ever Football Aid International between England and Italy was played at the Boleyn Ground and there was certainly a fantastic atmosphere for those watching. The 1st half was a display of some quality defending by both sides, with the attackers having a frustrating day at the office.