There is just one day to go until St Mary’s Stadium hosts a mixture of football legends and celebrities in a Sellebrity Soccer charity game that will benefit Saints Foundation.
The Foundation, which carries out vital work in the city and surrounding areas, is one of three local good causes being supported by the event, with proceeds raised also going towards Global Radio’s ‘Make Some Noise’ charity and Just 4 Children – Sonny’s Dream to Walk.
The game, which kicks off at 7.30pm BST on Friday 26th May, will feature a host of star names, including former Saints stars Wayne Bridge, James Beattie and Franny Benali, while former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan is another big name from the sporting world also due to take part.
Kerry Katona and Katie Price are the respective managers of each team, with a host of other well-known names from the world of television and music set to take part.
Sellebrity Soccer matches across the country have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for good causes, and this latest event promises to be another memorable one.
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for children (with a £2.50 booking fee) and are available via tickets.saintsfc.co.uk, the St Mary’s Ticket Office or by calling 02381 780780.