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Who won Soccer Aid 2021 results and line up from this year's match

Soccer Aid 2021 teams of players and full results recap

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The Soccer Aid 2021 results are in - here's a full recap and the line up of celebrities and players from this year match.

The world’s biggest charity football match was broadcast live on ITV and STV on Saturday evening from Manchester City's Etihad Stadium.

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The 2021 Soccer Aid match took place on Sunday, September 6 at 6:30PM on ITV. You can catch up online via the ITV Hub.

Soccer Aid 2021 results - who won?

After 90 minutes, the match ended in a 3-0 win for the World XI team.

Kem Cetinay scored two goals while Lee Mack got the third.

Recap the full line up on the teams from Soccer Aid 2021 below...

Soccer Aid 2021 line up of players

ENGLAND

Olly Murs
Wayne Rooney
James Arthur
Paul Scholes
Gary Neville

Paddy Mcguinness
Jamie Redknapp
Chunkz
Fara Williams
Mark Wright

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Liv Cooke
Kelly Smith
David James
Aitch
Max Whitlock
Jamie Carragher

Joel Dommett
Sir Mo Farah
Lee Mack
Shaun Wright-Phillips
James Bay

MANAGEMENT
Sven-Goran Eriksson
Robbie Williams
Micah Richards
David Seaman

SOCCER AID WORLD XI

Usain Bolt
Tom Grennan
Roman Kemp
Kem Cetinay
Ore Oduba

Roberto Carlos
Patrice Evra
Nigel De Jong
Martin Compston
Pablo Zabaleta

Chelcee Grimes
Shay Given
Rivaldo
Dermot Kennedy
Yungblud
Big Zuu

MANAGEMENT
Harry Redknapp
Judy Murray
Robbie Keane

Meanwhile long-standing host and UNICEF UK Ambassador Dermot O’Leary returned to present the match and was joined by touchline reporter Alex Scott and pundit Maya Jama.

David Beckham, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and sporting icon was also be in attendance and presented the trophy to the winning team on the night.

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Since 2006, Soccer Aid for Unicef has raised over £47m to help give children all over the world a childhood full of play.

Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2020 raised a record breaking £9.3 million and, with the support of the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2021 is hoping to raise more money than ever with every donation and the value of every ticket sale doubled, up to £6.3 million.

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