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Is Soccer Aid 2024 on TV? Channel, kick-off time and confirmed line ups

Soccer Aid is back this Sunday, as sporting legends and celebrities come together for a match between the World XI and England at Stamford Bridge.

Former Lioness and I'm a Celebrity star Jill Scott will lead an England team hoping to break the World XI's winning streak. She'll be joined by Chelsea greats Joe Cole, Gary Cahill and Karen Carney, along with Lionesses' top scorer Ellen White.

Cricketer Stuart Broad will make his debut on the pitch, alongside entertainment figures Sam Thompson, Danny Dyer and Bobby Brazier. England will face off against Usain Bolt's team, who have claimed five consecutive titles.

The World XI squad includes former Chelsea players Eden Hazard, Michael Essien, Petr Cech and John Obi Mikel. They'll be joined by Gladiators' Diamond, Tommy Fury, Roman Kemp, among others, reports the Mirror.

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Two ex-Chelsea managers will go head-to-head, with Frank Lampard joining Robbie Williams and Harry Redknapp in the England dugout, while Mauricio Pochettino leads the World XI.

The match returns to Stamford Bridge, where it was last held in 2019 when the World XI triumphed on penalties after a 2-2 draw, having previously been played at Manchester United's Old Trafford. An estimated 40,000 fans are expected to fill the stands as stars from the worlds of sport and entertainment compete in aid of UNICEF.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the game.

Soccer Aid 2024 will take place at Stamford Bridge, London on Sunday, June 9, with kick-off scheduled for 7:30pm BST.

The match will be aired live on ITV, ITVX and STV. The coverage