Soccer Aid 2014: Lineups, Live Stream, TV Channel, Kick Off Time for England vs Rest of the World (+Twitter photos)

Watch an England team and a Rest of the World team filled with celebrities and football legends face-off in Soccer Aid 2014 on Sunday, June 8.

Kick-off time is 8:00 p.m. GMT (3:00 p.m. EDT) at Old Trafford in Manchester.

The game will be broadcast on ITV 1 in the United Kingdom.

Live stream is available on ITV Player for subscribers.

Here’s the information of Soccer Aid 2014 from UNICEF:

“The wait is over. On 8 June, Soccer Aid 2014 will bring together football legends, supporters and celebrities for a football match to help save and change children’s lives around the world.

The two Soccer Aid teams, made up of Hollywood A-listers, football legends and some of the UK’s most famous faces, will battle it out for the prestigious Soccer Aid trophy. 

Tickets for the match at Old Trafford will be available on match day. They cost from just £20 for adults and £5 for children under 16 and over 65s. All profits from ticket sales go to UNICEF.”

Here are the lineups for both teams:



Sam Allardyce (Manager)
Robbie Williams (Assistant Manager)
Peter Reid (Coach)
Bradley Walsh (Coach)


Jamie Carragher
Teddy Sheringham
Jamie Redknapp
David Seaman
Matt Le Tissier
Des Walker


Stephen Moyer
Jack Whitehall
Mark Owen
Olly Murs
Paddy McGuinness
Jonathan Wilkes
Jamie Theakston
Ben Shephard
John Bishop
Marvin Humes
Dominic Cooper
Danny Jones

Rest of the World


José Mourinho (Manager)


Alessandro Del Piero
Andriy Shevchenko
Edgar Davids
Edwin van der Sar
Jaap Stam
Clarence Seedorf


Michael Sheen (Captain)
Gordon Ramsay
Adam Richman
James McAvoy
Patrick Kielty
Nicky Byrne
Santiago Cabrera
Jeremy Renner
Kevin Bridges
Sam Worthington
Mark Salling
Martin Compston

Here are some Twitter photos: