Goodison KICKabout team news and how to watch with Angry Ginge and Ryan Still in action

A general view of Goodison Park before the Premier League match between Everton FC and Sheffield United at Goodison Park on May 11, 2024 in Liverpool, England.

Everton's Goodison Park will play host to a charity match this weekend before the Toffees close out their Premier League campaign against Arsenal. The game, named GoodisonKICKabout, will take place at 5.30pm on Saturday live on the streaming platform KICK, which is backed by, one of Everton's main sponsors.

With the clash set to take place on Saturday, the full squads were released on Friday morning. When announcing the teams, a statement on the club's website read: "Matchday squads for the #GoodisonKickabout charity match are here!

"Everton is teaming up with Everton in the Community and KICK, the Club’s official sleeve and streaming partner, to bring you #GoodisonKickabout, a charity football match to be held at Goodison Park.

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"The event, which is set to take place on Saturday 18 May (5.30pm BST kick-off), will bring together some of the UK's biggest names in streaming and content creation, alongside a few special guests for a full 11-a-side game at the home of the Blues."

Among the social media influencers set to take to the pitch are popular streamers Angry Ginge, Pieface and Danny Aarons. Numerous local but recognised figures will also feature with Ryan Hall, better known as Still Ryan, and UFC fighter 'Meatball' Molly McCann playing in the game.

Announcing his participation in the event, Still Ryan wrote on X (formerly Twitter): "Clean sheet. Hatrick. A win to end the night, brick wall performance incoming! Raising money for @EITC something I love."

On the great cause that money is being raised for, more of the statement read: "Everton in the Community relies on support to continue delivering life-changing programmes and initiatives to those in need.

"With 100 per cent of funds raised from this event, all donations will directly help fund EitC's focus areas such as youth development, mental health, disability sports, and employment and education programmes.

"Fans and viewers can support by making a donation online here, or by donating directly during the live stream. Stay tuned on Everton's channels in the coming days to discover who will be involved in the two teams."