Soccer Aid 2020: Who is in the Soccer Aid 2020 line-up?

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Soccer Aid is back after it was initially delayed earlier this year. But fear not, as the big game will now be on Sunday, September 6, starting from 6.30pm on ITV. As always, teams filled with famous faces will be playing at the Old Trafford stadium in a bid to raise money for Unicef. Here’s a full line-up of who will be in Soccer Aid 2020.

Who is in the Soccer Aid 2020 line-up?

England squad celebrities

Joe Wicks – Fitness coach responsible for PE with Joe during lockdown

Liv Cooke – Football freestyler and BBC Sport presenter

Chunkz – Musician and YouTuber

Joel Dommett – Comedian and presenter of The Masked Singer UK

Olly Murs – Singer

Alife Allen – Actor best known for portraying Theon Greyjoy in Game of Thrones

Marvin Humes – Singer and TV presenter

Yung Filly – Presenter and YouTuber

John Bishop – Comedian

James Bay – Musician best known for song Hold Back The River

Paddy McGuinness – Take Me Out presenter

Tom Davis – Murder in Successville actor

Mark Wright – Former Towie star and radio presenter

Danny Jones – McFly singer and coach on The Voice UK

Lee Mack – Comedian and panelist on Would I Lie To You?

England squad professionals

Andy Cole – Former Man Utd striker

Kelly Smith – Former Arsenal footballer

Joe Cole – Former Chelsea midfielder

Katie Chapman – Former England footballer

Michael Owen – Former Liverpool striker

Ashley Cole – Former Chelsea defender

Casey Stoney – Man Utd Women manager

David James – Former England goalkeeper

Emile Heskey – Former England striker

Wes Brown – Former Man Utd defender

Gareth Barry – Former England midfielder

World squad celebrities

Jason Manford – Comedian

Kem Cetinay – Former Love Island winner and This Morning presenter

DJ Locksmith – Rudimental band member

Ore Oduba – TV, radio presenter and Strictly Come Dancing 2016 winner

Chelcee Grimes – Singer and footballer

Mo Gilligan – Comedian

Iain Stirling – Love Island narrator and presenter

Dermot Kennedy – Musician

Jeremy Lynch – Football freestyler

Roman Kemp – Radio DJ and former I’m A Celebrity contestant

Santan Dave – Rapper

Serge Pizzorno – Kasabian guitarist

Billy Wingrove – Football freestyler

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World squad professionals

Yaya Toure – Former Man City midfielder

Lianne Sanderson – Former England footballer

Julie Fleeting – Former Scotland footballer

Patrice Evra – Former Man Utd defender

Robbie Keane – Former Tottenham striker

Mikael Silvestre – Former Man Utd defender

Shay Given – Former Newcastle goalkeeper

Michael Essien – Former Chelsea midfielder

Darren Fletcher – Former Man Utd midfielder

Claude Makelele – Former Chelsea midfielder

England manager

Sam Allardyce – Former England manager

Wayne Rooney – The Derby County player will be acting as co-manager

Bradley Walsh – Actor and The Chase presenter

World manager

Harry Redknapp – Former Tottenham manager and I’m A Celebrity winner

Bryan Robson – Former Middlesbrough manager

Vic Bettinelli – Goalkeeping coach

Soccer Aid 2020 starts at 6.30pm on Sunday, September 6 on ITV.

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