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UNICEF Soccer Aid 2017 Live Stream – England XI Vs World XI

The 2017 Season of the UNICEF Soccer Aid is the 7th season of the UNICEF Soccer Aid tournament. England is the defending champions who have won the last season of the competition. Also, England (4) has won the tournament most number of times. While their opponent World XI have only 2 times. The tournament will be even more exciting this team due to some of the new players in both the team’s squad. Below all the UNICEF Soccer Aid 2017 Live Stream and other details of the tournament is available.

UNICEF Soccer Aid tournament is a British charity event which has made a charity of £20 million to UNICEF UK. The event covers a football match between England and Rest of the World. The team includes celebrity players along with some former professional football players. The tournament was found in 2016 and has covered 6 seasons since then. Let’s now move on to UNICEF Soccer Aid 2017 Live Stream.UNICEF Soccer Aid 2017 Live Stream

UNICEF Soccer Aid 2017 Live Stream

Live streaming of the match between England XI Vs World XI for the UNICEF Soccer Aid 2017 will be available here.

 

Playing Squad:

England XI Team Squad

Robbie Williams (Skipper), Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, David Beckham, John Bishop (Comedian), Olly Murs (Singer). Mark Wright (Radio & TV Actor), Louis Tomilson (Singer), Jack Whitehall (Comedian), David James (Goalkeeper), Rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen, Marvin Humes (Actor).

World XI Team Squad

Michael Sheen (Skipper – United Kingdom), Will Ferrell (Actor – United States), Clarence Seedorf (Suriname). Gerard Butler (Actor – United Kingdom), Mike Myers (Comedian – Canada) Paolo Di Canio (Italy) Edgar Davids (Suriname), Thierry Henry (France). Diego Maradona (Argentina), Gordon Ramsay (Celebrity – United Kingdom), Luis Figo (Portugal), Patrick Vieira (Senegal), James McAvoy (Actor – United Kingdom).

Tournament History

Here is the list of the winners of the tournament since its inauguration.

Year Winners Score Venue
2006 England 2–1 Old Trafford, Manchester
2008 England (2) 4–3 Wembley Stadium, London
2010 Rest of The World 2–2
(7–6 p)
Old Trafford, Manchester
2012 England (3) 3–1 Old Trafford, Manchester
2014 Rest of The World (2) 4–2 Old Trafford, Manchester
2016 England (4) 3–2 Old Trafford, Manchester

Top Goal Scorers

Below are the top goal scorers of the tournament since its origin.

3 goals

Sheringham, Wilkes, Seedorf

2 goals

Shearer,  Di Canio, Redknapp, Phillips, Berbatov, Defoe

1 goal

Ferdinand, Maradona, Pizzorno, Marini, Calzaghe, Hyypiä, Byrne, Wright

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