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Who is Tom Walker performing at Soccer Aid 2024 half time show?

Soccer Aid is back for another year as two teams made up of celebs and former footballers take to the pitch for charity.

It is the 13th time the game between England and a World XI has taken place with proceeds from the match going to UNICEF. This year there will be another half-time show with crowds at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge, and those watching at home, entertained by singer-songwriter Tom Walker.

Tom, 32, rose to fame after the release of his single Leave a Light On, which peaked at number 7 in the UK back in 2018. His album What a Time to Be Alive went to number one in the charts a year later.

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He won the Best Breakthrough Act at the 2019 Brit Awards with Leave a Light On also nominated for "Best British Single". Since then he has released a number of other singles including his most recent song Lifeline.

Born in the Scottish town of Kilsyth, Tom moved to Chelford in Cheshire when he was three.

This year's Soccer Aid featured on the England team Sir Mo Farah and Steven Bartlett joining footballing legends Jermain Defoe, Jill Scott (Captain), David James (Professional Goalkeeper), Gary Cahill, Joe Cole and Karen Carney.

New signings for this summer include King of the Jungle Sam Thompson, cricketer Stuart Broad, Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby Brazier and former Chelsea icon Eden Hazard.

You’ll also spot Paddy McGuiness (Celebrity Goalkeeper), David Seaman (Goalkeeping Coach), Tom Grennan, Jack Wilshere, Alex Brooker, Erin Doherty, Steven Bartlett, Danny Dyer, Theo Walcott and Ellen White on the pitch.

The World XI FC line-up features celebs and former pros including returning team favourites Usain Bolt (Captain), Jesus Perez