Soccer Aid 2024 on TV | How to watch and stream live

The game will take place at Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea, and former Blues superstar Eden Hazard returns to west London to make his World Cup debut.

Frank Lampard will sit alongside his uncle Harry Redknapp on the England dugout and try to lead the home team to triumph.

Ahead of the big game, Soccer Aid's typically diverse line-up has been confirmed, with high-profile names such as Sir Mo Farah, Robbie Williams, Usain Bolt, Martin Compston, Jill Scott and Tommy Fury.

More like this brings you all the details you need to know to watch Soccer Aid 2024, including the date, kick-off time and TV details we know so far.

How to watch Soccer Aid 2024 on TV and live stream

Soccer Aid 2024 will be broadcast on ITV1 starting 18 O 'clock.

Fans can also watch the game on ITV Hub across a range of devices including phones, tablets and laptops.
There will be plenty of excitement before the game, as an all-star cast of presenters, pundits, experts and celebrity guests will provide pre-kick-off entertainment.

When will Soccer Aid 2024 take place?

Soccer Aid 2024 will take place on Sunday, June 9, 2024.

The game will be played at Stamford Bridge Stadium, which is why the major event is best hosted in the summer months when it does not have to be adapted to the national football season.

What is the kick-off time of Soccer Aid?

Soccer Aid 2024 starts on 19:30 o'clock Television coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 10:00 p.m.

What is Soccer Aid?

UNICEF's annual charity football match has grown in importance since it was founded by Robbie Williams in 2006.

England will face a world selection – with both teams consisting of a strange and wonderful mix of celebrities and former players.

The skill level ranges from former professionals to people who have barely ever kicked a ball, which only makes for more entertainment.

After all, it's not often that you see Roberto Carlos deliver a hard punch to Tom Grennan or a gladiator tunnel Bobby Brazier.

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