Passion For Football
The concept of Football Aid is simple - to allow fans, who have only been able to dream about it, the chance to experience the thrill of match day: to pull on their team's official shirt in the changing rooms, walk down the tunnel to the sound of a cheering crowd and play a never to be forgotten 90 minutes on the hallowed turf.
Play for your Team in 2020 - Click on a featured shirt below (or choose 'View All Positions') to book your position now!
I just wanted to say a big thank you to all at Football Aid for what was genuinely (engagement, marriage and birth of children aside) the best experience of my life on Friday night.
Playing 90mins under the flood lights with Pat (Nevin) and Lee (McCulloch), scoring a pen and getting MotM trophy with my son Jet there as a mascot was truly epic!Read more
£2.2M+ in total has been paid out or designated as payable to charities in the 19 years since Field of Dreams was established.
The Big Interview with Terry Rickeard
Next up in our series of Meet The Player Interviews we sat down with multiple ‘Goal of the Season’ contender Terry Rickeard (and Newcastle United fan) to chat about his Football Aid experiences so far.
Football Aid 2018 - Goal of the Season Competition
Pick the best 3 goals in our #FootballAid18 Goal of the Season competition for the chance to win a free position in #FootballAid20!
COMPETITION: WIN A SIGNED SUNDERLAND AFC HOME SHIRT 18/19!
Keep your eyes peeled for the launch of our Sunderland vs Newcastle United event and be in with a chance of winning a signed Sunderland 2018/19 1st team shirt.
Football Aid 2019/20 kicks-off in style at Wembley Stadium!
On Sunday, 17th November football fans lined up for an entertaining match on the hallowed turf at Wembley Stadium, while helping to raise valuable funds for the mental health charity initiative ‘Heads Together’.
All Roads Lead to Wembley - An Essential Tool kit
Get ready for the opening match of the new Football Aid Campaign by reading our essential tool kit!
"The ultimate goal is to support those in need as recognised by our partner clubs whether local, national or international charitable causes. It's not only funding that matters here, you just can't monetise the feeling of support when you know your club cares and recognises your contribution. That's the power of football ... that's the end game."