Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2021 - Play For Every Child. SOCCER AID FOR UNICEF 2021 HAS. RAISED £13,014,769! Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2021 was officially a record-breaker, raising an incredible £13,014,769 – the most in Soccer Aid history! All the money raised will help UNICEF’s work around the world, so that children everywhere can have the childhoods they deserve.
All match tickets for the 2021 Soccer Aid for UNICEF will be Print at Home tickets. Print at Home tickets will be sent approximately a week before the match. We send tickets relatively late in the day to minimise the risk of them falling into the hands of Ticket Touts. All tickets are subject to a 5% booking fee which will be added to each transaction to cover the payment processing and operational costs of the ticketing process.
How can I get tickets for Soccer Aid 2021? Tickets are now on sale from the Soccer Aid website . Adult seats are priced between £20 and £75, while children’s seats run from £10-50.
Soccer Aid for UNICEF are excited to welcome you to the Etihad Stadium tomorrow, Saturday 4 September, doors 5.30pm, kick off 7.30pm. Here’s everything you need to know about coming to the stadium. To help keep everyone safe on matchday, Soccer Aid will be implementing a range of health and hygiene measures.
Our Supporter Care team look forward to answering your questions, hearing your feedback and helping you with your support of Soccer Aid for UNICEF. You can contact us via: Telephone: 0300 034 9996. Text message: 07860 027 540 (UK residents only*. Please note our text service does not receive images.) Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gala Tickets. We would love you to join us for a night of fun, fundraising and football. However, Tickets are not yet on sale for the 2020 Gala. To be the first to know about the gala, to secure your tickets, or make a donation to support the event, please contact SoccerAidGala@unicef.org.uk
The England vs. Soccer Aid World XI FC clash marks the tenth match in its 15-year history. Child tickets start from £10, adults from £20 and a family of four can attend the anniversary game from £60.
The Soccer Aid World XI FC team were led to victory for the second year running as they beat England 3-1 on penalties following a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes. It was another enthralling contest between England, led by Olly Murs and the Soccer Aid World XI FC, captained by Mo Gilligan.
Soccer Aid for UNICEF is the world’s biggest celebrity football match, raising money to give kids the best start in life. On Saturday 4 September 2021, Soccer Aid will be celebrating its 10th ...