Soccer Aid 2021 live stream: How can I watch charity football match on TV in UK?

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Soccer Aid returns in all its glory this weekend as celebrities and football legends team up once again to raise money for UNICEF.

The 10th edition of the match first held in 2006 takes place at a new venue at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium, having previously been held predominantly at Old Trafford, with games also at Wembley and Stamford Bridge.

An England team managed by Sven-Goran Eriksson, David Seaman, Micah Richards and Robbie Williams will boast Three Lions legends such as Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville, with fellow sport stars such as Mo Farah joining celebrities like Olly Murs, James Arthur, Paddy McGuinness and Mark Wright.

The World XI - coached by Harry Redknapp, with support from Robbie Keane and Judy Murray - features such football luminaries as Roberto Carlos, Clarence Seedorf and Rivaldo, who will play alongside the likes of Usain Bolt and celebs including Roman Kemp, Martin Compston and Dermot Kennedy.

Soccer Aid: Where to watch England v World XI

TV channel: The game is being screened live by ITV, with the build-up starting at 6.30pm BST ahead of a 7:30pm kick-off.

And before that, you can warm up with a Catchphrase special in aid of Soccer Aid at 5.30pm on ITV featuring David James, Chelcee Grimes and Marvin Humes.

Live stream: The match is also available to watch online via the ITV website or ITV Hub.

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