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How to watch Soccer Aid 2024: TV channel, kick-off time and live stream details

The 2024 edition of the Soccer Aid for UNICEF charity match is scheduled to take place this weekend at Stamford Bridge, featuring a host of celebrities and football legends.

Since its inaugural edition in 2006, the annual event has raised over £90million. The World XI (formerly the Rest of the World) team have won the previous five editions over England.

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard will manage the England team, alongside his uncle and ex-Premier League manager Harry Redknapp and musician Robbie Williams, who founded Soccer Aid. They will be supported by former Arsenal and England goalkeeper David Seaman and actress Vicky McClure.

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On the other hand, Mauricio Pochettino, the former Chelsea boss, will return to Stamford Bridge just over two weeks after leaving his post. He will manage the World XI team with Jesus Perez and ex-Premier League and Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Keane.

They led the World XI to a 4-2 victory at Old Trafford last year and are aiming for a repeat performance. Eden Hazard will make his first appearance at Chelsea since his transfer to Real Madrid and subsequent retirement five years ago.

He will join Petr Cech, Roberto Carlos, Jill Scott, Gary Cahill, Joe Cole, Patrice Evra, Kaylyn Kyle and Alessandro Del Piero, all of whom are considered 'Legends' of the game.

With that said, MEN Sport brings you all the information on how to follow the match.

The match at Stamford Bridge, is scheduled to kick-off at 7:30pm on Sunday evening.

UK viewers can catch all the action live at 6pm on