The Big Event
The match will be taking place at Mornflake Stadium, home to Crewe Alexandra football club, on Sunday 1st May.
A dazzling array of famous faces will be on the pitch, giving it their all to raise money for one of Europe’s biggest and busiest children’s hospitals. Tickets are on sale now to be a witness to this once-in-a-lifetime line-up.
The Big Names
Some of the names confirmed for the match include Calum Best, hoping to emulate his father’s success on the pitch. Joining him will be Soccer AM presenter Tubes and the stars of The Only Way Is Essex – Dan Osborne and James Argent. Visitors will also get to see Jake Cornish and Luke Trotman from Love Island, as well as a quartet of EastEnders stars.
Yes, if you ever wanted to see Robbie Jackson and Max Branning square off against Anthony Moon and Lee Carter in a game of footie (and who among us hasn’t?) you’ll get your chance at this Sellebrity Soccer match as Dean Gaffney, Jake Wood, Matt Lapinskas, and Danny Hatchard join their respective teams.
There’s some footballing heritage on the pitch as well. Former Crewe Alexandra midfielder Steve Walters will be returning to his home ground. Also in attendance will be Joe Sealey from The Real Housewives of Cheshire, a former West Ham United goalkeeper and son of Les Sealey, who also played in goal for West Ham United, as well as Coventry City, Manchester United and Aston Villa.
With some time to go before kick-off, the organisers have said more celebrity stars will be announced as participating in the game.
Show Your Support
Standard tickets cost £12.00 each, with an additional booking fee. Alternatively, you can upgrade to a VIP package for £30.00 per person.
About Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
This world-famous hospital has been helping sick children from across the region for almost 70 years and was the site of the first neonatal intensive care unit in the UK. It treats more than 333,000 children every year, treating everything from common, everyday illnesses to some of the most complex and specialist conditions.
The hospital and its staff do incredible work for the children of Liverpool and the surrounding area.