How much money did Soccer Aid 2023 raise for UNICEF?

Unfortunately, SOCCER AID 2023 has come to an end, but the world eleven will be happy to win against England at Old Trafford.

Tottenham icon Robbie Keane was the star of the show as his brace inspired the visitors to a hard-fought victory.

Robbie Keane inspired the World XI to a big win at Old Trafford


Robbie Keane inspired the World XI to a big win at Old TraffordPhoto credit: Reuters

And it meant the World XI have now beaten England FIVE times in a row.

However, the result wasn’t the most important thing tonight as Soccer Aid is all about raising money for UNICEF.

And SunSport has the final numbers on how much has been donated this year.

How much money did Soccer Aid 2023 raise for UNICEF?

At full-time, Soccer Aid was announced to have raised a staggering £14,619,005 in 2023.

The money raised through the big annual charity game could help UNICEF fight malnutrition, protect children in times of crisis and get them back to school.

UNICEF has also said the funds raised could also help provide vaccines against preventable diseases like polio, so all children can grow up happy and playable.

Who was involved in football aid 2023?

There was a fantastic mix of celebrities and professional footballers in both squads.

England Management: Stormzy, Harry Redknapp, Emma Hayes, Vicky McClure, David Seaman.

England Squad: Jill Scott (Captain), David James (GK), Paddy McGuinness (GK) Gary Neville, Gary Cahill, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Jack Wilshere, Jermain Defoe, Eni Aluko, Karen Carney, Scarlette Douglas, Alex Brooker, Chunkz, Tom Grennan, Sir Mo Farah, Bugzy Malone, Joel Corry, Danny Dyer, Asa Butterfield, Tom Huddlestone and Liam Payne.

World XI Management: Mauricio Pochettino, Martin Compston, Melanie C and Robbie Keane.

World XI Squad: Usain Bolt (Captain), Ben Foster (TW), Patrice Evra, Nani, Kem Cetinay, Roberto Carlos, Francessco Totti, Gabriel Batistuta, Leon Edwards, Sam Claflin, Hernan Crespo, Niko, Maisie Adam, Kaylyn Kyle, Heather O’Reilly , Mo Gilligan, Lee Mack, Steven Bartlett, Noah Beck and Tommy Fury.


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