Soccer Aid London 2022 at London Stadium: when is it, tickets, teams and line up including Lucien Laviscount

Soccer Aid has been announced for 2022.

Soccer Aid is back for another year, with the chance to see your favourite celebrities play 90 minutes of football for charity.

The event draws in some of the biggest names the UK has to offer, such as Stephen Mulhern, Olly Murs and more.

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The event, usually held in summer has been announced - with a change of venue and some new celebs participating.

When is Soccer Aid 2022?

Soccer Aid in 2022 will take place on Sunday, 12 June 2022. In the past, the game has been held at the Etihad Stadium, Stamford Bridge and Old Trafford but has had a venue change and will now take place at the London Stadium, home of West Ham United.

Kick off is 7:30pm.

How do I get tickets?

Ticket prices vary depending on category for both adults and children. The categories go from category one to category five.

Category one: Adults - £60 - Child - £30

Category two: Adults - £50 - Child - £25

Category three: Adults £40 - Child - £20

Category four: Adults: £30 - Child - £15

Category five: Adults £20 - Child - £10

You can also purchase premium seats which costs £75 for everyone, or hospitality which costs £350 + VAT.

Tickets can be purchased on the official Soccer Aid website.

What are the teams?

Each year, celebrities are mixed with footballing legends, with players such as Ronaldinho, Roberto Carlos and more having previously played in Soccer Aid.

The England team is:

  • Liam Payne

Former One Direction star turned solo singer, with hits such as Bedroom Floor, Strip That Down and more. He shares a child with former Girls Aloud singer Cheryl.

  • Lucien Laviscount 

A Soccer Aid debut for Laviscount, who is part of the hit netflix series Emily in Paris, and plays Emily’s (Lily Collins) love interest in season two.

  • Tom Grennan 

Grennan enjoyed a solid role in Soccer Aid 2021, and put in a good shift. He is known for his famous music, which includes By Your Side and Little Bit of Love.

  • Chunkz

Somewhat of a Soccer Aid veteran, Chunkz has previously missed crucial penalties in the charity game, something the Youtuber will be sure to rectify this time around.

  • Gary Neville

A famous member of the ‘class of ‘92’, Neville has won it all at a professional level, and was a key component of one of the best Manchester United sides of all time.

  • Jamie Carragher

The heartbeat of a Liverpool defence that won the Champions League in 2005, Carragher can now be found on Monday Night Football.

  • Fara Williams

Considered one of the best women’s footballers of all time, Williams was a dead ball specialist and played for multiple clubs, including Liverpool and Arsenal.

  • Joe Cole

A product of the West Ham youth academy, Cole enjoyed his best football under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.

  • Alex Brooker 

Brooker has been the host of The Last Leg since 2012 and has co-presented Channel 4 show The Jump with Davina McCall.

  • Damian Lewis

The 51-year-old actor has an impressive CV including Billions and Homeland and has been nominated for a Golden Globe.

Managers: Harry Redknapp and David Seaman.

The World XI team is:

  • Usain Bolt

Bolt is a retired Jamaican sprinter and is considered the greatest of all time. He holds the world record in the 100 metres, 200 metres and 4 x 100 metre relay.

  • Martin Compston

Compston is a Scottish actor and former professional footballer. He is best known for his portrayal of Inspector Steve Arnott in the BBC show Line of Duty.

  • Mo Gilligan 

Gilligan is a comedian and presenter, and is most known for his role as a panellist on ITV show The Masked Singer, alongside Rita Ora, Jonathan Ross and Davina McCall.

  • Chelcee Grimes

Grimes is an English singer and songwriter, and has worked with Dua Lipa, Tom Walker, Kesha, Kylie Minogue and more.

  • Patrice Evra

Patrice Evra is a former professional football player who used to play for Manchester United, and was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson, a part of the golden era of the club.

  • Steven Bartlett

Bartlett is a businessman and television personality who is most known for being an investor on the BBC One show Dragons Den.

  • Carli Lloyd 

Carli Lloyd is an American footballer, who is a two-time Olympic gold medal winner, two-time World Cup winner and two-time FIFA player of the year.

  • Noah Beck

Fans of TikTok will most likely already know Beck, with the American boasting 33 million followers on the platform.

Managers: Arsene Wenger and Robbie Keane.